Guilherme Marcondes: Bunraku Title Sequence

Puppetry meets animation

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Director Guy Moshe picked Guilherme Marcondes to create titles for his martial arts thriller Bunraku after seeing Marcondes' short film, Tyger, which combined puppetry with animation. The result is this stunning title sequence, which uses elements of live action puppetry, 2D and 3D animation to explain the backstory of the universe in which Bunraku takes place.

The titles were shot at the Hornet Workshop in Brooklyn, and you can read more about the process behind on the work on Hornet's website.

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Date
Oct 06, 2011
Client:
Guilherme Marcondes
Director:
Guiherme Marcondes
Studio:
Hornet Workshop
Executive Producer:
Michael Feder
Producer:
Hana Shimizu
Producer:
Jan Wohrle
Lead Compositor:
John Harrison
Compositor:
Yussef Cole
Compositor:
Julien Koetsch
Compositor:
Arthur Hur
Storyboard Artist:
Tom Lintern
Storyboard Artist:
Carlos Ancalmo
Character Design:
Rafael Grampa
Character Design:
Mike Luzzi
Editor:
Joseph Suslak
Live Action Producer:
Joel Kretschman
Assistant Director:
Jeff Lazar
Director of Photography:
Toshiaki Ozawa
Gaffer:
Michael Yetter
Key Grip:
Joe Mandeville
Art Director:
Ryan Heck
Assistant Art Director:
Andy Byers
Set Design:
Andrezza Valentin
Puppet Fabricator:
Adam Parker Smith
Puppet Fabricator:
Carolyn Salas
Puppeteers:
Adam Pagdon
Puppeteers:
Ulysses Jones
Puppeteers:
Megan McNerney
Puppeteers:
Celli Clemmons
Production Assistant:
Matthew Churchill
Production Assistant:
Rick Matera
Production Assistant:
Connie Li Chan

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