Post-Production begins

Reviewing (super cute) footage for the WindUp edit.

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Winders

This is one unedited clip of behind the scene footage of some of our toy winders in action.
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For more info about WindUp…

… click the “About” link above.

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Shooting this weekend

We will finally be shooting WindUp this weekend. Gear rented (and borrowed), kids scheduled, crew notified and a bunch of toys waiting to be wound up.

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WindUp, movie

Kids, toys, slow motion cameras.

THE FILM

This video project will feature the excited faces of children as they watch the chaotic action of small plastic wind up toys. Three cameras would film in extreme slow motion to capture the magic of both the simple but unpredictable movement of the toys and the enchantment and discovery on the faces of the children watching.

Set to a whimsical and organic musical score the end result will be a video that will entertain children and anyone who wants to recapture the joy of childhood.

THE INSPIRATION

The inspiration for WindUp came from watching my daughter play with wind up toys and this video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zOrV-5vh1A

THE CREW

We have a great production crew lined up for the WindUp movie shoot.

Those scheduled to appear include but are not limited to Stu Vose, Tom Robertson, Tom Sumner, Cody Morrow, Jim Flis, Brian Corbett, Chris Engles, Pete Sutton, Wesley Beattie, James Turner, Cindy Rosner, Kevin Coyne and a cast of dozens (of wind up toys.)

Logo and graphic design will be provided by Carolyn Rosner.  Production design will be provided by Jennifer Coyne.

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Only 24 more hours to contribute, baby

One of the stars of the upcoming short film Wind Up.

You can be a backer at Kickstarter.

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Meow!

One of the stars of the upcoming short film Wind Up.

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