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BROKEN2005
05-27-2005, 03:50 AM
Hey Everyone,

We just finished shooting an action/thriller short film called BROKEN. Shot on the DVX 100a and did all the over 100 VFX in SHAKE.

Click here to check out the trailer: http://www.whatisbroken.com/broken_trailer_enter.html

Also, check out our web docs w/ VFX Breakdowns: http://whatisbroken.com/webdocs.html

I really want to know what you guys think. Thanks for taking a look.

Alex
http://www.whatisbroken.com
http://www.enigmafactory.com
http://www.alexferrari.com

droidoz
05-27-2005, 01:23 PM
This movie looks really great, the trailer contains some really cool visual fx and I really enjoyed the webdocs. Great job! i wish you all the best!

orange360
05-27-2005, 07:59 PM
your trailer looks amazing! i'm new to the forum, so i don't know if this question was posted before...what happens now that you got funding and finally shot your film? do you shop it around to distributors or major 'hollywood' studios? enter it into festivals to get your name out there as a director? what is the goal of your film or you as a director? i ask b/c it would be helpful to aspiring filmmakers here. thanks.

/orange360

BROKEN2005
05-28-2005, 04:14 AM
your trailer looks amazing! i'm new to the forum, so i don't know if this question was posted before...what happens now that you got funding and finally shot your film? do you shop it around to distributors or major 'hollywood' studios? enter it into festivals to get your name out there as a director? what is the goal of your film or you as a director? i ask b/c it would be helpful to aspiring filmmakers here. thanks.

/orange360

Thanks for the kind words! We went to Sundance to shop the short around and we got a few nibbles. We are entering it inti festivals as well. The goal is to make the feature version of BROKEN, which we are in development for right now. Good luck with your project and only advice I can give you is to LEARN AS MUCH AS YOU CAN ABOUT YOUR CRAFT!! Learn every techinical aspect of the storytelling process. Then you become dangerous...be dangerous!!

Good Luck!
Alex
http://www.enigmafactory.com

brant
05-28-2005, 05:27 AM
Looks very good.

Hinkle
05-28-2005, 05:54 AM
looks great ! those Webdocs are very interesting , nice job on the visual fx ;)

BROKEN2005
05-29-2005, 04:42 AM
Thanks for the kind words guys. We just got a few interview posted on Creative Mac.com & Pixel Surgeon.com. It answers a lot of the tech question on how we made BROKEN.

If you interested go here:
http://www.creativemac.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=32706
http://www.pixelsurgeon.com/interviews/interview.php?id=185

Of course if you have any questions, I'll be more than happy to answer them. Thanks for the support.

Alex

PeterPuppet
05-29-2005, 01:07 PM
Cool trailer, I wish you the best with the feature version. Shake it! ;-)
be dangerous!! ;)

Cya


EDIT: Ah, I´ve got a question. You did this with a Panasonic DV-camera, right? May I ask which one and if you were recording it in widescreen-mode or not? Thanks



peace, pete

BROKEN2005
05-29-2005, 03:09 PM
Cool trailer, I wish you the best with the feature version. Shake it! ;-)
;)

Cya


EDIT: Ah, I´ve got a question. You did this with a Panasonic DV-camera, right? May I ask which one and if you were recording it in widescreen-mode or not? Thanks



peace, pete

Thanks! We did not use widescreen mode. By shooting in that mode you limit yourself in post for repositioning the frame if you want to. Shoot your project in 4x3 mode and letterbox it in post, but make sure you frame for the aspect ratio you intend to use. Hope that help!

Alex

Matty2Phatty
05-29-2005, 04:34 PM
Shoot your project in 4x3 mode and letterbox it in post, but make sure you frame for the aspect ratio you intend to use. Hope that help

Not positive about this, but i think there's a pretty big problem doing this, with DV anyway.

Say you were shooting PAL (for arguments sake) widescreen, that's 720x576, with a 1.422 pixel aspect ratio.

However, if you shot PAL standard 4:3, that's still 720x576, you just get less in the picture because of the square pixel aspect ratio.

now, if you shot 4:3 and then cropped the top and bottom, you actually end up with a lower resolution than if you had just shot widescreen to begin with, which isn't so bad if you're only watching it on a 4:3 television set, but if you put it through a widescreen projector you'll know the difference.

The method you're talking about doing is done a lot with HD cameras, but they have the spare pixels to mess around with... with DV you gotta use everything you got.

droidoz
05-29-2005, 05:29 PM
now, if you shot 4:3 and then cropped the top and bottom, you actually end up with a lower resolution than if you had just shot widescreen to begin with, which isn't so bad if you're only watching it on a 4:3 television set, but if you put it through a widescreen projector you'll know the difference.

I don't know if this counts for the DV they're using, I believe widescreenmode means that the camera adds bars the to bottom and top of the screen, the image stays 4:3 only with black bars.. So when editing those bars are already there. If you add the bars after editing you can reposition the image. I think this is the case with the panasonic cameras, please correct me if I'm wrong...

PeterPuppet
05-29-2005, 06:03 PM
droidoz gets the point here. I have a Panasonic DV-cam at home, too and if I shoot in widescreen mode, it´s just bars that are added extra. ;)

The reason why I was asking is, that if you shoot 4X3 with a Panasonic DV, you can´t exactly make out what´s gonna be hidden in the widescreen edition after adding the letterbox on pc. My additional question would be, if you guys did have problems with like a face that´s supposed to be in the picture hang out because of the letterbox?

The reason why I was asking which Panasonic you guys were shooting with was, that mine has a resolution 640x480 only (NV-MX500) and I´m wondering how a film made with a DV-cam of that resolution would look like on the big screen. I mean the visual quality. Are you gonna shoot the feauture with a DV-cam, too?

One more question about you recording setup, to be precise about the REC MODE: Were you shooting in FRAME-mode or NORMAL? Or did you do shots you wanted to use sfx in later in FRAME-mode and simple action NORMAL? Thanks :)



peace, pete

Matty2Phatty
05-30-2005, 03:05 AM
oh true :D my old DV camera adds letterboxes too... in that case, sorry to add all the numbers and facts and figures, which are all now useless heh.

BROKEN2005
05-30-2005, 03:32 AM
No problem guys...I just let you guys fight it out ; ) Thanks for the kind words guys sbout our project. We just got a few interview posted on Creative Mac.com & Pixel Surgeon.com. It answers a lot of the tech question on how we made BROKEN.

If you interested go here:
http://www.creativemac.com/articles/viewarticle.jsp?id=32706
http://www.pixelsurgeon.com/interviews/interview.php?id=185

Of course if you have any questions, I'll be more than happy to answer them. Thanks for the support.

Alex

PeterPuppet
05-30-2005, 01:53 PM
Originaly posted by BROKEN2005
No problem guys...I just let you guys fight it out ; )

Omg, we got Tyler Durdon in the community :eek: :D ;)

Here´s my question: Are you guys gonna shoot the feature with a DV-cam, too? Thanks and good luck again.



Originaly posted by Matty2Phatty
oh true :D my old DV camera adds letterboxes too... in that case, sorry to add all the numbers and facts and figures, which are all now useless heh.


Never say useless, I hate that word. :)



peace, pete

BROKEN2005
05-30-2005, 02:19 PM
Omg, we got Tyler Durdon in the community :eek: :D ;)

Here´s my question: Are you guys gonna shoot the feature with a DV-cam, too? Thanks and good luck again.


Thanks for the complement, I love Fight Club! ; ) No, we will not be shooting BROKEN in MiniDV for the feature. We will probably use an HD 24p format, 1080p or 720p. We'll see what the budget can handle, but we will definitely not be shooting film.

Thanks,
Alex

MadSkillzMan
05-30-2005, 11:26 PM
i thoguht it was really good! Was taht all DV? Did you do a magic bullet? that looks really nice.

My only complaint is the muzzle flashes look kinda fakey. The give away is the major color different between the center of the flame and end. That, and no shells being ejected/slides moving.

However i understand finding a long assault riffle, automatic hand guns, and blanks for them would be costly. Were those airsoft prop guns? thats what we use

EDIT: I love the robot cop guns lol how did you get the light to interact in some of those scenes from the gunshot with the scene?

BROKEN2005
05-31-2005, 11:43 PM
i thoguht it was really good! Was taht all DV? Did you do a magic bullet? that looks really nice.

My only complaint is the muzzle flashes look kinda fakey. The give away is the major color different between the center of the flame and end. That, and no shells being ejected/slides moving.

However i understand finding a long assault riffle, automatic hand guns, and blanks for them would be costly. Were those airsoft prop guns? thats what we use

EDIT: I love the robot cop guns lol how did you get the light to interact in some of those scenes from the gunshot with the scene?

Thanks for the kind words. Don't forget, those muzzle flashes are on screen for 1 frame each so if someone can see the color...God Bless ; ) We used Airsoft guns...we loved them! The "Robo" gun fire interacted with our talent through straight up compositing. All done in SHAKE. Hope that helps!

Peace out!
Alex

MadSkillzMan
06-01-2005, 02:13 AM
Yup, i play airsoft asa sport. ITS FUN!

The Tokyo Mauri guns, all have blowback, well except the spring ones. If you wanna go for real, get classic army. Full metal bodies. The gas guns are nice, you wouldnt need to add SFX, just a good shotgun mic. We had an M3A1 grease gun that sounded near real. Ive never seen how to do muzzle flashes in shake, but im a total newb with it. Any tuts?

BROKEN2005
06-02-2005, 03:27 AM
Yup, i play airsoft asa sport. ITS FUN!

The Tokyo Mauri guns, all have blowback, well except the spring ones. If you wanna go for real, get classic army. Full metal bodies. The gas guns are nice, you wouldnt need to add SFX, just a good shotgun mic. We had an M3A1 grease gun that sounded near real. Ive never seen how to do muzzle flashes in shake, but im a total newb with it. Any tuts?

You'd have to ask my VFX Superviser Sean Falcon (http://www.seanfalcon.com). He could give you a better idea on how he did it.

Alex

MadSkillzMan
06-02-2005, 03:28 AM
oh wow thank you!

Oh, one thing we were going to do...use dubbed in lasers on our guns, but use a weird off color no one else has..like blue or purple..might be cool

BROKEN2005
06-02-2005, 03:35 AM
oh wow thank you!

Oh, one thing we were going to do...use dubbed in lasers on our guns, but use a weird off color no one else has..like blue or purple..might be cool

Good luck man. Would love to see it when it's done!

Alex

opus13
06-02-2005, 06:23 PM
looks pretty sweet, but i have to say that he audo on the trailer is all over the place. ask your sound guy to get the levels in check for the music + speech, as the music totally overpowers all else.

Matty2Phatty
06-03-2005, 02:53 PM
Hey, is it just me or does the trailer not really explain the story at all... i guess this isn't a bad thing, just wondering if i'm too slow to catch it ;)

Sean Falcons reel looks pretty sweet too, i like it. His fake rain was quite impressive i thought.

One problem i do have with your trailer though, is the shot of the girl in her wheelchair after the "I JUST WANT MY LIFE BACK!" just screams 'butterfly effect'... i guess it's one of those things. Nobody can use bullet-time and get away with it after Matrix, and the shaking plates will always look like Butterfly Effect to me.

digikris
06-03-2005, 04:38 PM
DVX100A -->Shake-->FCP5 is a good combination.

CoolDuck
06-04-2005, 11:00 AM
Cool special effects! And I loved the effects breakdown, nice to see how it was done.
The movie looks very nice! When is it out?

BROKEN2005
06-04-2005, 11:02 PM
Cool special effects! And I loved the effects breakdown, nice to see how it was done.
The movie looks very nice! When is it out?

http://www.whatisbroken.com/banners/brokenbanner_dvd1.gif

First off, thank you so much for your kind words about BROKEN. We have been bombarded with requests to buy the full short on DVD. Well, ask and you may receive. We are currently re-mastering BROKEN with a new soundtrack, new VFX shots and tons of DVD extras on the making. We hope to have the DVD for sale on http://www.whatisbroken.com
by the end of this month.

We will be send out an email when the DVD is ready. We truly did not have any intention on selling BROKEN the short but ask and you will definitely receive. Jorge & I are feverishly working on the FULL FEATURE SCREENPLAY and are in talks with producers who want to bring BROKEN to the BIG screen. Wish us luck!!

Thank again for all you support.

Alex
http://www.whatisbroken.com

cementarygate
06-08-2005, 11:59 PM
hey it looks great,

i just wanna ask about promotion, how do you promote, you ask directly, you have to pay , are there certain requirements, or i dont know

BROKEN2005
06-09-2005, 02:54 AM
hey it looks great, i just wanna ask about promotion, how do you promote, you ask directly, you have to pay , are there certain requirements, or i dont know

http://www.whatisbroken.com/banners/brokenbanner_dvd1.gif

Thanks man! First thing you get is a bad ass website. Then make a trailer that gets attention and represents your project well. The key is to protray an image of professionalism. Make yourself stand out from the crowd. Shorts are easier to promoto because you can "whore" them out. Send them to as many festivals as you like. With a feature you have to be more careful with which festivals you send them to.

Get the word out, go to festivals, email critics, just get it seen by as many people as possible. Good Luck!!

Alex
http://www.whatisbroken.com
http://www.enigmafactory.com
http://www.alexferrari.com

BROKEN2005
06-27-2005, 01:20 PM
Cool special effects! And I loved the effects breakdown, nice to see how it was done.
The movie looks very nice! When is it out?

Thanks!!! We are almost done with the DVD which has a CRAZY amount of VFX breakdowns and explanations.
Check out the latest: http://www.whatisbroken.com/dvd.html

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Cheers!
Alex
http://www.whatisbroken.com

BROKEN2005
07-05-2005, 01:47 PM
Hey Guys,

Here is an update on the DVD of BROKEN. Here is just some of the 2 1/2 HOURS of DVD Special Features:

6 Commentary Tracks covering...

Directing
Producing
Visual Effects
Music Score/Sound Design
Cast and Crew
Film Geeks Unite

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Pre-Production

Concept Art / Location Comparison w/ Commentary
Costume Design Gallery w/ Commentary

Storyboards: The ENTIRE Collection for BROKEN ( 9 Edited Sequences )
Storyboards: Comparison with Final Shots


Rehearsals: "Comparison with Final Scene"
Rehearsals: "Marquez Kicks Ass" - Action Blocking
Rehearsals: "Evolution of an Action Sequence" w/ Commentary
Rehearsals: "A Director's Best Friend" - Finding Your Shot

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Production

• "Head go BOOM! - A look in how to make a Guacamole Gun w/ Commentary
• "Mister Tony's Neighborhood: A Technical Advisor's Job" wth Tony Gomez
• Special Effects Make-up Breakdown with Megan Graham
• Anatomy of a Stunt: "Duncan Fall Down, Go BOOM!" w/ Commentary
• Guns, Guns, Guns! - "How to Get Pro Looking Guns with Little or No $$$"

Being There: The On-Set Experience
15 Behind the Scene Vignettes on the set of BROKEN as we shot it !

Producing in Indie Film: with Jorge F. Rodriguez - 10 min

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Post Production

• How to Make DV look like Film! with Alex Ferrari
• Color Correction Lab: The Overview w/ Commentary
• Color Correction Comparison with FINAL FOOTAGE

Visual Effects Breakdowns
w/ Commentary from Sean Falcon & Dan Cregan

VFX Breakdown: "Marquez Explosion" w/ Commentary
VFX Breakdown: "Shaking Things Up" w/ Commentary
VFX Breakdown: "Muzzle Fire" w/ Commentary
VFX Breakdown: "Bonnie's Eyes" w/ Commentary
VFX Breakdown: "Matte Painting/Sky Replacement" w/ Commentary
VFX Breakdown: "Knife Throw" w/ Commentary
VFX Breakdown: "Scoping Things Out" w/ Commentary
VFX Breakdown: "Digital Blood Hits" w/ Commentary
VFX Breakdown: "Digital Spark Hits" w/ Commentary

VFX Breakdown: The Title Sequence w/ Alex Ferrari & Dan Cregan

Visual Effects in Indie Film: with Sean Falcon - 20 min
Cinematography in Indie Film: with Angel Barroeta - 10 min
Sound Design/Composing in Indie Film: with Mark Roumelis - 8 min

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After the Short

The Making of BROKEN: Interviews with Cast & Crew

• Marketing: Poster Gallery
• Marketing a Short Film
• Alternate Ending w/ Commentary
• Art of BROKEN: The Nick Moneco Experience
• Bloopers!

...and much more!

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We should have it for sale on July 15, 2005 at http://www.whatisbroken.com

Thanks for all the support and we hope you like the DVD.

Cheers!
Alex
http://www.whatisbroken.com
http://www.enigmafactory.com
http://www.walexferrari.com

Matty2Phatty
07-06-2005, 06:02 PM
That's a lot of features.

Is this the way it's gotta be to sell shorts on DVD? Not being a smartass, i'm just wondering if this is what it takes to create a market for shorts.

BROKEN2005
07-08-2005, 12:55 PM
That's a lot of features.

Is this the way it's gotta be to sell shorts on DVD? Not being a smartass, i'm just wondering if this is what it takes to create a market for shorts.

ABSOLTELY!! My take on it is, if someone is going to dish out hard earned cash to buy a short on DVD, jam pack it with as much COOL junk as you can. Make it worth not only their time but woth the cash!! :applause:

Alex
http://www.whatisbroken.com

BROKEN2005
08-06-2005, 01:03 PM
Hey Everyone,

First off, thank you all for your amazing patience. After an
overwhelming amount of requests and many death threats, we are now
accepting PRE-ORDERS for the BROKEN: Special Edition DVD.

We are selling it for $19.99 and will be accepting credit cards through
Paypal.com. It is simple, just click on the link below and follow the
easy steps. We estimate shipping the DVDs around August 21-25, 2005 and yes, WE WILL BE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE.

Click here to pre-order the BROKEN: Special Edition DVD:
http://www.whatisbroken.com/dvd.html

BTW, here is a PREVIEW link to the BROKEN DVD: The "BOOTLEG" Preview Trailer:
http://www.whatisbroken.com/broken_dvd.html

Large orders of 20 or more can contact us at: info@enigmafactory.com
for discounted prices.

Also we will be speaking to dvxuser.com about possibly selling the DVD on the site. Thanks again to all your amazing support and good wishes for our little project.

More news on the feature film version will be coming soon.

Sincerely,
Alex & Jorge
The BROKEN TEAM
http://www.enigmafactory.com
http://www.alexferrari.com
http://www.whatisbroken.com

BROKEN2005
08-09-2005, 05:07 AM
DVX100A -->Shake-->FCP5 is a good combination.

I agree :applause:

BROKEN2005
08-23-2005, 03:21 AM
BROKEN on DVD: http://www.whatisbroken.com/dvd.html

THANK GOD! You can stop with the death threats already!!! ; )

Well it is finally here!!! Thank you SOOOOOOO MUCH for your patience! We will be shipping out all the pre-orders for BROKEN the DVD this week. In the US standard First Class mail, International will vary depending on location.

Thank you all again for purchasing our DVD and supporting a couple of indie film guys with a dream....tear. Please drop us a line and tell us what you think of the DVD (tell your family, friends...strangers.....your dog ; )

Also, we will keep you up to date on the feature film version of BROKEN. Some really exciting stuff happening, wish us luck!! Keep checking the BROKEN Press page for the latest on BROKEN: http://www.whatisbroken.com/press.html

Here is the BROKEN trailer: http://www.whatisbroken.com/broken_trailer_enter.html

BTW, here is a link to the BROKEN DVD: The "BOOTLEG" Preview Trailer:
http://www.whatisbroken.com/broken_dvd.html

We hope you enjoy the BROKEN: Special Edition DVD and that is helps you with you future projects.

Cheers!

Alex & Jorge
The B R O K E N Production Team
http://www.whatisbroken.com/dvd.html
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http://www.whatisbroken.com
http://www.enigmafactory.com
http://www.alexferrari.com

SOE digital
08-23-2005, 08:22 AM
Who supplied the small budget for this film?
Was it it just from saving up or what?
Looks interesting

BROKEN2005
08-23-2005, 11:38 AM
Who supplied the small budget for this film?
Was it it just from saving up or what?
Looks interesting

Thanks man! Credit Cards and savings! :bounce:

SOE digital
08-23-2005, 11:54 AM
Well I'm pretty damned impressed, considering it's a small budget.
I liked the trailer very much and damn they are some nice CG muzzle flashes :)

brant
08-30-2005, 02:56 PM
I got my copy of BROKEN and watched the feature last night. I was very impressed. There were a few edits I would have done different but overall I am very impressed. I hope to watch the extra content tonight...GOOD JOB

BROKEN2005
09-18-2005, 05:34 AM
Hey Guys,

We just got back from the Toronto Film Festival and we met Legendary Film Critic Roger Ebert. He did a review of BROKEN on his site (we are still trying to revive Jorge ; )

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A festival like Toronto attracts hopeful filmmakers eager to pitch projects and find financing. Here, for example, are Alex Ferrari and Jorge Rodriguez, the director and producer of “Broken,” a 19-minute, $8,000 horror film containing, by their count, more than 100 visual effects.

“We’re here to talk about a development deal for a feature based on the short,” Rodriguez tells me, before the screening of “Twelve and Holding.” “Who you talking to?” I ask. “We’d better not say,” Ferrari says.

He gives me a DVD of their short: “We’ve already sold 1,000 copies online. It contains six commentary tracks and like three hours of information on how to shoot low-budget digital films and how to do the special effects. It’s like a training course.” They refer me to their web site, www.whatisbroken.com, and back at the hotel I view the film and visit the site.

The film is effective and professional and the ominous sound track works with the images to create the desired effect. Whether the plot quite rises above the level of “it was only a dream” I am not prepared to say. Whether the short will someday grow into a good film we will know only if the development deal goes through.

But that’s not really the point. The point is that gifted and ambitious young filmmakers can, with very little money, use the new digital technology to make a presentation that gets attention from industry pros. Kerry Conran’s “Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow” (2004) was floated the same way, with a home-made demo made on his Mac. Whether this is better than the old-fashioned method of submitting a screenplay is a good question; “Broken” is essentially a demonstration of the mastery of horror imagery and techniques. A screenplay has to also have dimensional characters (one, two or three dimensions, depending on its ambition) and a story. In an industry so impenetrable for newcomers, any way you break in is the right way. Then it depends on what you do. Looking forward to “Broken: The Feature.”

http://rogerebert.suntimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20050915/FILMFESTIVALS03/509150301/1023
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We are truly amazed! We were sooooooo excited that we had to share the news. Thanks again for all the support from everyone!! Good Luck with all your projects.
__________________
Alex
http://www.whatisbroken.com
http://www.enigmafactory.com
http://www.alexferrari.com

tuomasj
10-01-2005, 02:30 PM
Hello Alex,

The dvd came to northern Finland few days ago. I have watched the whole dvd and I like it. The amount of effort and talent you guys put into it is really amazing. I am sure that this dvd will give the extra boost to many filmmakers to go and make their movie.

Now I'm waiting for the feature and I'm really looking forward it. I wish all the best to you and your crew!

--tuomas

ps. The only thing that's missing is finnish subtitles ;)

BROKEN2005
01-09-2006, 12:48 PM
Hello Alex,

The dvd came to northern Finland few days ago. I have watched the whole dvd and I like it. The amount of effort and talent you guys put into it is really amazing. I am sure that this dvd will give the extra boost to many filmmakers to go and make their movie.

Now I'm waiting for the feature and I'm really looking forward it. I wish all the best to you and your crew!

--tuomas

ps. The only thing that's missing is finnish subtitles ;)

Thank you sooooo much for the kind words!

BROKEN2005
01-09-2006, 12:51 PM
Hey guys,

After all the amazing support and attention BROKEN has recieved, we decided to open a visual effects house that would target the independent film community. We found that visual effect is one of the most over looked elements in an indie film and we want to fill the gap. The company is called "Numb Robot!"

Check it out: http://www.numbrobot.com/

We believe that just becasue you have a small budget your project should still look like a million bucks! Our focus will be to bring a high end visual effects to indie features on a budget. We also would do shorts if the project is worthwhile. Let us know what you think of the site and we are currently accepting bids for projects.

Thanks again for all the support and we hope to make you project the best one it can be.
__________________
Keep your eye on the prize
Alex
http://www.whatisbroken.com
http://www.numbrobot.com
http://www.enigmafactory.com

BROKEN2005
08-04-2006, 01:58 PM
"BROKEN" Feature Film CONCEPT PAINTINGS


Hey guys,

We just released to the public for the first time the exclusive concept art for the feature film. Check it out: http://www.whatisbroken.com/bk_feature.html

http://www.whatisbroken.com/images/BK_CONCEPT5.jpg

http://www.whatisbroken.com/images/BK_CONCEPT2.jpg

Let us know what you think.

Keep your eye on the prize :thumbsup:
Alex
http://www.whatisbroken.com
http://www.numbrobot.com
http://www.enigmafactory.com

Official My Space Page - http://www.myspace.com/broken2006

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