Kanen sits down with Josh Jackson & Brian Tang - they talk about PreBirth, the movie, and the workflow behind writing, shooting and editing the short film.
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- PreBirth: The Eternal War - website
- PreBirth: The Eternal War - Facebook
- Draw Something Movie
- Temple Run Movie
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Kanen is the Creative Director (and troublemaker) behind That Studio, which includes That Post Show, Ruining it for Everyone, Sci-Fi Idols, Not Just a Movie and Hero Punk. He is also the Writer and Director of Jake Forgotten. You can follow him on twitter.
Josh is a motion graphics and VFX artist, living in New Jersey. His passion for storytelling began at seven years old, when he would obsessively draw comics, featuring his own cartoon creations. He now works as an editor for Trendsetter Media and Marketing, where he's done motion graphics work for artists such as Alex Aiono. Follow Josh on Twitter to keep up with him.
Brian has been a storyteller all of his life. Beginning to tell stories with just his hands, he later upgraded to a camera and founded a StopMotionClub in High School – which wasn’t really a stop motion club, since they focused on film and video as well. Now, Brian is attending USC and excelling in cinematography, directing and editing. Brian intends to continue making films wherever the possibility arises. Check out more of Brian’s work on his YouTube page
Show notes for this episode were written by Maciek Kaliski. Follow him on Twitter.