The Animator

manic-metanoiac:

I wish I had more people to play Mechwarrior Online with.Here, have an Atlas punching a Masakari in the cockpit as incentive!My pilot name is Frederikt. PLAY WITH ME, DAMN IT.

I like mechwarrior. I also like seeing an Atlas do something other than shoot at me. We seem to be on similar patterns of thought here.  My pilot name is Vallhemn. Add and go nuts. :) View Larger

manic-metanoiac:

I wish I had more people to play Mechwarrior Online with.

Here, have an Atlas punching a Masakari in the cockpit as incentive!

My pilot name is Frederikt. PLAY WITH ME, DAMN IT.

I like mechwarrior. I also like seeing an Atlas do something other than shoot at me. We seem to be on similar patterns of thought here.  
My pilot name is Vallhemn. Add and go nuts. :)


Huh. I have just been informed that the previous link maaay be spam. Sorry if it is! :(


So Spiderman 2 was awesome

Just saw the Amazing Spiderman 2 last night. 
SO much better than I thought it was gunna be, a lot closer to the comics and really well paced and written. 
I’ve actually got high hopes for where this series is going now. And I’m also glad that when parker cries now its out of pain instead of just looking like a winy bitch like in the previous screen adaptations. 


Distribution methods for PILA

Besides from sending it out to film festivals and showcasing PILA on the web, I’ve also considered creating a collection of DVDs to hand out at some of the events that happen around Derry in Ireland. As it is a very creative community over there, I feel that getting involved and handing out hard copies of the film for others to share and enjoy would be a fantastic step forward towards getting my name more well known. 

I am also going to be building up a bit of an advertising campaign for the internet release and release over multiple websites, so to expand my fanbase further and get the film well known. 


Its coming..I really like this poster design. It utilizes negative space in a really inventive way, and draws you in via a very simple advertising style. Its a style I really like and I think compliments the film very well, especially with the sound design having a hint of french medieval influences. View Larger

Its coming..

I really like this poster design. It utilizes negative space in a really inventive way, and draws you in via a very simple advertising style. Its a style I really like and I think compliments the film very well, especially with the sound design having a hint of french medieval influences.


Social Context of PILA

Its interesting to look at PILA and how it fits into what is now contemporary social events and accepted ‘norms’. 

The message I intend to get across with this film is not to take things at face value, and stop making assumptions on something you have very little knowledge about. The automatic hate and discrimination that is fueled against something new and different is still alive today, but with the large rise in protests and social politics, things that would have been shunned immediately 10 or 20 year ago are slowly but surely becoming accepted into the folds of modern society. 

This is where I connect PILA to contemporary events. 

The Jester is a freak. He has always been labelled a freak, and has been forced into hiding and solitude due to the hateful nature of the society in which he lives. Where ‘different’ is bad, and anything against the norm is feared or hated. 

When the boy comes along, the jester has a chance to show the world his true colours, and the boys acceptance of the music box at the end symbolizes hope and learning for a new generation. Hope that they can learn to understand and love that which is different and that which is alien to them. 

Modern society is changing and has become a lot more accepting due to traits exhibited above. This is what I want PILA to show. Give people a chance. They might just surprise you.