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Rok Predin’s wonderful film Winter Poem is showing at this year’s London Independent film Festival. It’s screening on Friday the 15th of April at the Shortwave Cinema on Bermondsey Square. Hey, that’s just down the road from the studio, how convenient. Rok will be participating in a Q and A session after the screening so why not go there and ask him some tricky questions.
The short films screening is free and you can see more details about the festival here
Here’s the trailer for “Winter Poem”
Director: Layla Atkinson
Illustration: Layla Atkinson
Animation: Leslie Dart, Aaron Lampert
Compositing: Rok Predin, Pete Mellor
Music: Ivan Arnold
Sound Design: Marty O’Brien @ Fonic Final Mix: Barnaby Templer @ Fonic
Narration: Paul Shelley
Producer: Richard Barnett/Miles Donovan
Creative Director: Alan Miller
Here’s this week’s Design Week with an image from Rok Predin’s film “Winter Poem” on the cover. There’s also an interview with Rok inside where he talks about the inspiration behind his film and how he ended up in London. Now get yourself down the newsagents and pick up a copy….oh and could you buy some milk?
Commissioned by Sam Pattinson @ Treatment Studios
Director: Rok Predin
Animation: Layla Atkinson
Compositor: Rok Predin, Rob Ward and Luca Paulli
Artworking: Anita Leung, Yasmeen Fanari, Ginevra Boni and Sara Savelj
Producer: Richard Barnett
Client: Country Music Awards, Nashville
Trunk Animation’s Rok Predin has been working for Take That at this year’s Royal Variety Performance. Take That, who sang two songs from their No1 album Progress, headlined the show. Their song ‘SOS’ was accompanied by some amazing visuals by Trunk Animation’s Rok. The animated backdrop, based on an original idea by Richard Cullen, featured an apocalyptic vision of London with iconic buildings burning behind the pop quintet. The show watched by an estimated 150 million people worldwide was broadcast yesterday. Sam Pattinson at Treatment studios commissioned Trunk Animation who turned the work around in less than a week. Trunk also helped build the visuals behind Take That’s other song ‘The Flood’ using green screen techniques to multiply and animate a dancer.
Here is an intriguing pile of goodies we are preparing for our big trip to the Golden Drum advertising and media festival in Slovenia next week.
If by any chance you are around come and say “hi” or “živjo” and share a frosty beer with us, if you are really lucky you may get to hear Rok’s Iggy Pop story.
Here’s a new piece we’ve just finished in the Studio with Trunk Director Rok Predin. The piece is for SAZAS the Slovenian Musicians Union, SUGU, and DSS (Slovenian Union of Classic Composers) and is for a new campaign raising awareness of a new law that will drastically affect Slovenian musician’s rights. The piece runs with the tag line; ‘Without a Slovenian Song, there is no Slovenian Identity’ and reinforces the idea that countries are defined by their music. As we were working for musicians, we couldn’t let them down, and Ivor Novello winner Daniel Pemberton performed and recorded famous national anthems from all over europe, including Scotland, France, Austria and Croatia. We then worked with the guys at Fonic on the sound design and bringing all the musical elements in the final mix together. Everything was animated and composited in house before we did the final output over with our good friends at Hub.