Show 2.28, “Kid Documentaries and Adult Animation”

When watching a feature film you’d be surprised at the amount of CGI is in each scene that you don’t even notice. And that’s how SFX companies like it. Of course, sometimes it’s very obvious. Melbourne based Iloura were the creatives behind the title character of Ted, Seth McFarlane’s first live action feature. Executive Producer of Iloura’s film branch, Simon Rosenthal, spoke to Rebecca on the phone about the creative process and the often ‘living in the shadows’ life of CGI.
Download: Simon Rosenthal
https://behindthescreensradio.files.wordpress.com/2012/08/behind-the-screens-280712-simon-rosenthal.mp3″

Gen Bailey is a woman full of heart. Her documentary, I Am Eleven follows the life of a bunch of 11 year olds all across the globe as they tell us about the dreams, aspirations and their thoughts on the world they’re about to enter into as teenagers. She’s chosen to self distribute the film and it has succeeded all expectations. Jordan caught of with Gen and asked her about her project and her love of the documentary format.
Genevieve Bailey
https://behindthescreensradio.files.wordpress.com/2012/08/behind-the-screens-280712-gen-bailey.mp3″

The Australian crowdfunding platform Pozible is changing the way film is financed and WA government film body ScreenWest is taking advantage of the change. They’ve just announced that they will match any amount that any WA film receives on Pozible. Rebecca spoke to ScreenWest’s Digital Project Manager Michelle Glaser to get the low down on the new initiative.
Michelle Glaser, Screenwest
https://behindthescreensradio.files.wordpress.com/2012/08/behind-the-screens-280712-michelle-glaser-screenwest.mp3″

Download 2.28

Playlist
“Young Folks” – Peter, Bjorn and John
“The Only Place To Be” – Best Coast
“How You Like Me Now” – The Heavy
“Moroccon Boy” – Messrs
“Rocketship” – Console Warriors
“Tank!” – The Seatbelts, from Cowboy Bebop

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