Pupsock and Wendell return in this exciting short film that combines live action and puppeteering with traditional animation, 3D animation, and virtual worlds.
The lovely Princess Kathryn has been kidnapped by the Evil Goliath and his band of Sky Pirates. Can Pupsock and Wendell save her from the clutches of this terrible giant? Can Prince Robert afford their fee? Will Wendell get to ride on the Tri-Plane?
This recently finished action packed 5-minute short film collaboration with Poem Pictures is currently doing the film festival circuit. Check back on this page for screening updates!!
Two contestants, John Holmes and Adam Long, were brought to the Smoky Mountains of Western North Carolina and set up at a rural location where they had access to all the equipment and supplies needed to help them in their quest to find the finest wild ingredients.
With the help of co-host Tara Lightfoot, they brave severe rainstorms and mountain terrain to collect ingredients for their meals. Mushroom expert Alan Muscat (Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern) and wild foods expert Natalie Bogwalker also helped us make sure that everything was indeed edible.
This is the official music video of One Eleven Records recording artist The Spill Canvas, off of their album Sunsets and Carcrashes. The video was produced by Blue Juice Films, Inc. and One Eleven Records and directed by Thomas Mumme and Jeremy Schneider. The video currently has just under 1.5 million hits on YouTube.
CHRISTMAS IN VIETNAM is a feature length documentary about a MILPHAP team that provided a very special Christmas to a Vietnamese orphanage in the midst of the Vietnam War. The team arranged for toys to be brought over from the United States for all of the children and they even found an unlikely Sergeant to dress up as Santa Clause on the special day.
While CHRISTMAS IN VIETNAM brings the audience back to 1967 with lots of recently restored Super 8mm footage from Vietnam, the story also follows Capt. Terry Cronin, MD on his journey to reunite with members of his unit 40 plus years later.
Currently in production with a scheduled release in 2013, CHRISTMAS IN VIETNAM is Produced by Blue Juice Films in collaboration with 3 Boys Productions, and directed by Terry Cronin Jr. and Thomas Mumme.
“Drew: The Man Behind The Poster” is a feature-length documentary film highlighting the career of poster artist Drew Struzan, whose most popular works include the Indiana Jones, Back to the Future and Star Wars movie posters. Telling the tale through exclusive interviews withGeorge Lucas, Harrison Ford, Michael J. Fox, Frank Darabont, Guillermo del Toro, Steven Spielberg and many other filmmakers, artists and critics, the journey spans Drew’s early career in commercial and album cover art through his recent retirement as one of the most recognizable and influential movie poster artists of all time.
Greg Boas, Charles Ricciardi, and Erik P. Sharkey have united to bring this film to life, assembling one of the most intriguing film lineups and crafting a comprehensive presentation about the artist, the art, the stories behind Drew’s most recognizable creations, as well as a never-before-seen insider’s examination of the industry and the profession of motion picture advertising.
Blue Juice Films provided gear and crew and Blue Juice’s Thomas Mumme is co-Director Of Photography on the film.
For more information, go to the official Drew: The Man Behind The Poster website: www.drewthemovie.com
Hefty Inc., Torino Pictures, and Sharkey Productions Presents
DREW: THE MAN BEHIND THE POSTER a film by Erik P. Sharkey
Director – ERIK P. SHARKEY, Producer – CHARLES RICCIARDI, Director Of Photography – GREG BOAS and THOMAS MUMME, Supervising Editor – GREG BOAS, Editor – JEFF YORKES
The Accelerators is a high-speed adventure story that imagines a future ruined by time travel.
BERTRAM and ALEXA are the last surviving members of a forgotten 1960s research project. Each of them is armed with a time machine; Bertram uses his to chase Alexa through the decades, trying to destroy any trace of their research, while Alexa uses hers in a desperate attempt to escape him. Time travel is a one way trip for them: their time machines can only move forward in time, never backward. To save herself, Alexa must leap further and further into the future, with Bertram following every time.
Caught up in their cat-and-mouse chase is SPATZ, a good samaritan from the 1990s who wanders into their crossfire and is dragged along with them into the future, a nightmarish dystopia where everyone has their own time machine and the world has fallen into chaos. Here, most people have fled even further into the future to escape their awful present; those who remain distract themselves with gruesome spectacles such as The Time Games, a gladiator-style death match where unwitting warriors from throughout history are pulled forward and forced to fight each other.
Spatz, a stranger in a strange land, finds himself trapped in the Time Games with no way back. As he fights to survive and escape, Spatz learns that he may be more important to the future than anyone could possibly imagine, and that in fact there may be a way home after all.