This is huge: we’ve just got the news, that Lithuanian Film Centre decided to fund our development needs!
This means a) the movie will happen faster, b) better, c) without product placements for mineral water or tampons!
Much thanks to the crew, which made it all possible, especially to Agnė, Urtė, Džiugas, Ignas, Ramojus, Paolo & Manfredas!
More news - now very soon.
Happy hols, dear followers and heavy finger-crossing for our project. We’ve submited it to be evaluated by Lithuanian Cinema Center (Kino Centras). They will decide if they see potential in development of our story. If we get the money, good things gonna happen in 2014 and it will be our favorite year at least for a year! Final news aroundish Feb-March.
I just cut up a rough animatic of After Death Before Hell and, damn, we still need some drawings, some scenes are way too long and booring and some already (without animation) look bearable.
Chatting with Kinfo journalist about things of great matter: cinema, movies, other.
Read the whole interview here.
Googletranslate it if you struggle with Lith.
There comes a day when you have to justify yourself to the TV audience. What a happy day. This is my first appearance promoting After Death Before Hell on LTV, national TV, so be kind.
Much thanks for the Kinfo crew. Great people.
We are moving at fast pace - in this picture you can spot Elmer and his crime-buddy racing to catch the train full of cashiola.
This means we (by we I mean Džiugas) are already through to 1/4th of a film.
Patience is a virtue, they say. With animation it’s twice that.
And so the work begins. This is officially the first drawing from the film. Tumblr this space for more.
Meet the hero of the movie.
Alive and dead.
His name is Elmer McCurdy. Poor bastard if only he knew that one day he will have a team of madmen working on a film about his miserable yet strangely entertaining life.
Drawings by Džiugas Valančauskas.