We are very excited to congratulate Bruce Alcock for his Canadian Screen Award nomination for his animated short “Impromptu”!Read More »
If there was one area of technology that never seemed to live up to the hype surrounding it, it was the premise of ‘Virtual Reality’, more commonly known as ‘VR’. While it was hot back in the early 90s and culminated in VR installations inside of theme parks and arcades, it never really caught on with the masses. As a result, by the end of the 90’s it was effectively …Read More »
Well our latest purple project (to be released) has come to an end. We would like to send out our thanks and appreciation to director Denny Lu. We wish you all the best on your future endeavours and hope to see you back here again soon.
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In advance of the award ceremony, we were able to catch up with Sousa and ask him a few questions on the nomination, the film, and a little bit of his educational background.
1) As a filmmaker, what’s it’s like to …Read More »
In his work, Sousa uses animation and themes commonly found in mythology and fairy tales to examine archetypes of human nature, and the inner struggles between our intellects and our unconscious drives. Rather than following conventional narratives, he approaches filmmaking from a painter’s perspective. He …Read More »
Ten years ago when Global Mechanic was a brand new company, Bruce pitched a spec ad for local juice company Happy Planet. They were also a small company just starting out at the time. A few days ago we received a call from them that they came across the DVD we gave them while they were cleaning and asked if they could post it on their youtube channel. …Read More »