It’s been a while since we’ve update the site, mainly because we’ve been incredibly busy! So we thought we’d share some of the most recent things that’s been going on around here:
New short film in production
Monday the 9th of May was a grand day out in the wilderness shooting the movie Utur. It is our first snowboard movie ever, and will probably be one of the shortest in the history. Breathtaking scenery in Tydal and spectacular stunts never before performed is the backdrop, but during the shooting something goes terribly wrong. The movie is financed by Midtnorsk Filmsenter, and stars Linn Haug and Stian Hovland Eriksen. Sport Extreme supported us with the right wear and contributed in front of the camera.
New website for Resman
We’ve made a brand new website for Resman, including clickable banners that contain video that shows what Resman does and how they do it. We made this site together with Værsågod.
Erkjenning gets distribution
We’re really excited that our short film Erkjenning recently got distribution from NFI (The Norwegian Film Institute). NFI chooses the best films produced in Norway every year for foreign distribution. In april the film was screened at the Kosmorama International Filmfestival, and will participate in the competition at the Norwegian Short Film Festival in June.
Once a year there’s an award show in Trondheim called Technoport, celebrating the most innovative and ground breaking technology of last year. We were hired to make the opening film and the presentations of the nominees. We thought that Technoport sounded like a name for a city, one thing led to another and before you know it, our CEO is standing with faint smile in his face, building a miniature city from cardboard. The main character in the opening film is ‘the spark of innovation’, flying around and illuminating the existence of the inhabitants of Technoport. Yes it’s quite pretentious, especially with the symphonic score by Sander in addition, but its’ also a bit funny. The production included ping pong balls and a hair dryer, home made camera dolly with skateboard wheels, and long discussions about the pros and cons of using green screen. Note that the film is also produced in a square format because of how it had to be displayed at the ceremony. Enjoy!