15th Feb 2011, 2:34 PM


More Video from kidcandrive.com

The Hunter and the Swan Discuss Their Meeting
by Emily Carmichael
produced by Josh Hetzler

TRT 7 minutes, 47 seconds

watch the Hunter and the Swan
That's My Majesty title image

That's My Majesty
by Emily Carmichael

TRT 4 minutes, 20 seconds
Black & White Super 16, Full Frame (4:3)
Stereo Sound

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Young Love
by Emily Carmichael

TRT 9 minutes, 20 seconds
Color and Black & White
SD DV, Full Frame (4:3)
5.1 Surround Sound

21st Dec 2010, 1:39 PM




Emily Carmichael, Writer and Animator

I make Ledo and Ix on my computer. You can find some more stuff I do at Kid Can Drive.





Josh Hetzler, Producer

Josh typically produces work with slightly larger actors, although he once do a music video with an alien, which you can see here. He's currently producing five billion things including Leah Meyerhoff's film Unicorns, which doesn't, I don't think, have actual unicorns.

BTW, I totally am late at discovering this piece of information but did you know that in Second Life you can have sex with a unicorn and conceive a baby unicorn? It is the Truth.



Chris Thomas, Composer

Chris has composed for award-winning films and also for LOST. He was a 2007 nominee for Best Orchestrator at the Academy of Film and Television Awards in Hollywood. He also was the music editor for Dragon Wars, which, Oh My God.

In 2010, he scored the documentary Woman Rebel and the Sundance-winning Captain Abu Raed, both short-listed for an Academy Award.  He also composed music for Ledo and Ix, two tiny characters who go around having thoughts. He lives in LA with his wife and two cats.


Andrea Mazzariello, Composer

I'm working on finding some info about Andrea. It's weird because we talk all the time so you'd think I'd be able to. But all the "about" links on his web page are empty!




Laura Sinnot, Sound Designer

Before moving to New York in 2005, Laura worked as a violinist in a rock band, a dance instructor in Taiwan, and a small business owner in Denver, Colorado. After a master's in Music Technology at New York University, she now focuses on production and post-production sound for film, as well as computer music instrument design and performance.

Once she told me she was designing a pair of shoes that you could compose with.


Rooftop Films

Rooftop Films is best known for its long-running NYC Summer Series which is a regular seasonal fixture on the city's largest, most crowded rooftops. Procedes from ticket sales go to the Rooftop Filmmaker's Fund, which supports new, awesome filmmaking for your pretty little eyes to see. If you're in New York, check out their lineup of events