Ok guys, gather around…
I will spill the beans here because I need the people doing plates and filming to do to start filming plates ASAP.
Ok here is what I have in mind.
I want to do a Stephen King Tribute.
Imagine a Scene from the DarkTower.
Imagine a [color=darkorange]Desolated NY from the Stand[/color]
Imagine a [color=darkorange]Pytokynetic girl from Firestarter[/color]
Imagine a [color=darkorange]little dead kid floating outside a bedroom from Salems Lot.[/color]
Imagine a Vampire running on ceiling from Salems Lot.
Imagine a [color=darkorange]flying saucer, the size of cruise ship buried in the woods from Tommyknockers[/color]
Imagine an human mutilated into the form of an [color=darkorange]alien monster from Tommyknockers[/color]
[font=Arial]Imagine [color=darkorange]an ancient evil in the shape of a clown living in sewer from IT[/color][/font]
Imagine a topiary coming alive from The Shining .
Imagine a [color=darkorange]were wolf attacking a pack of hunters from Cycle of the Werewolf[/color]
Imagine a eclipse on a bay while a woman throws an abusing husband down a well from Dolores Clairborne
Imagine US state troopers[color=darkorange] guarding a gate to a hellish dimension from a Buick 8[/color]
For a complete biography go here:
[color=darkorange]Keep in mind we are not talking not full scenes, just memorable individual shots.[/color]
The shots could be CG OR life action with FX.
And the filmaker who cannot do FX would not have to do the CG for a shot. They could offer the footage to CG artists in the forum.
The idea is to pick a specific scene from his books and try to make it come to life.
CG, Life action or both
[color=white][font=Arial]And I would strongly suggest to ignore the God awful movie adaptations and try to come up with a fresh take based on what is on the written page.[/font][/color]
For those in film class, this is a perfect topic to do a film project with your classmates.
Note: On an ideal world when the challenge starts filmmaker would have filmed already by the fall.
What do you guys think?