April 10, 2008


You know what the most creative part of Bee Movie was? The animated of the closing credits. Alas, they're not to be found on SubmarineChannel's Forget the Film, Watch the Titles, but they're a perfect fit. The site is a collection of animated title sequences from movies as varied as Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium, 3:19, Max Dugan Returns and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Each title sequence comes with commentary from the creators. The categories of Animation (which really means "non-digital"), Motion Graphics, Mixed Media and 3D aren't really necessary, except that they make it easy to follow the evolution of styles and techniques.

[Thanks, Brian Wells.]

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Comments:
I've heard some film makers choose not to work with title designers, because they know that part of the movie will steal the show.

What's great about a lot of these title sequences though is their nods to title design by people like Saul Bass and Norman McLaren.


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