We are happy to have collaborated once more with the renowned artist duo Bigert & Bergström on their new feature documentary Klimatexperimentet. Alphaville helped out with graphics, animation and vfx on the 1 hour long film produced for Swedish Television / K-Special.
Our feature length version of Jazzoo has received starred reviews from Swedish press. TV4 gave it 4/5 Suns, showing a long excerpt of the film in the morning show. Daily paper Svenska Dagbladet awarded the film 5/6 points and evening paper Expressen hailed it as “the only Swedish childrens film I want to get up and dance to”.
Read more here (in swedish):
Our film Jazzoo is making the rounds and has recently been selected to screen at a number of festivals around the world – to name a few theprestigious Toronto International Film Festival and New York International Film Festival.
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We just finished a great collaboration with agency Isobar for the new KIA campaign. Shot over two days in studio with extensive CGI work, this mixed media film take a unique approach to presenting a new, eco-friendly hybrid car.
Have a look at the work section.
We are so happy to announce that JAZZOO is becoming a feature film. The Swedish Film Institute has decided to support the film, which will open at Christmas 2017 in cinemas around Sweden. The film will be directed by Adam Marko-Nord, produced by Sara Waldestam and with music the wonderful music of Oddjob, just as the tv-series. We are delighted by this opportunity and are looking forward continue with the Jazzoo project!
Stay tuned for news.
Adam Marko-Nord will participate as a jury-member at ROY, the Swedish awards for commercial films. Adam will participate in the expert jury for the Best Animation-section.
See more info here: roygalan.se
We are happy to share our latest work, a launch film for EA Games initiative SEED – Search for Extraordinary Experiences.
SEED is an innovation lab focused on research in VR, deep learning, virtual humans and more.
For more info visit their official site – https://www.ea.com/seed
See the film in the work section.