This week, check out “Car Trouble”, another promo video Doug and I created to promote the Annihilation Celebration movie. Thinkpierce, Something New Every Friday!
It’s been a long time coming, but the Annihilation Celebration Movie is finally completed and available as an instant movie download on Amazon.com! Click here to watch it now on amazon.com or learn more by visiting the film website at AnnihilationCelebrationMovie.com. Thinkpierce, Something New Every Friday!
I was in the middle of editing an independent film I had made called Annihilation Celebration. When deciding how to distribute it, the two obvious options were Amazon and iTunes. From my reading I learned that offering my movie on Amazon would be no problem, but that getting approved on iTunes would be close to impossible. Requiring an expensive process in which you paid “approved aggregators” who still can’t ensure that you’ll be approved once submitted, everything I read basically confirmed it was close to impossible to get your movie available on iTunes as an independent film maker. However I ran across an article written by an indie filmmaker who had found a creative way to offer his movie as an App. Read More
Check out this week’s video trailer, which promotes a fictitious movie about a rugged special ops military legend named Drill Sarge Dan. Thinkpierce, Something New Every Friday!
Today marks a huge step forward for Thinkpierce as we introduce 5 new products that will all be coming out over the remainder of this year. If you’ve been plugging in to Thinkpierce over this past week, then you’ve seen the movie cover art images for 4 independent films that will be released over the coming months. You can now read the movie overviews for each of the films on the updated “films” tab. They have also been added as products to the Thinkpierce store with pending release dates. Read More
One of the major goals for Thinkpierce in 2012 is to complete four films that have previously existed in “half finished” formats. The one I am currently working on is called “Annihilation Celebration”. This roughly 12 minute short has three speaking lines total and the rest of the movie showcases non-stop fighting sequences that Doug Lee and I choreographed and shot in various locations around Tulsa. I met Doug Lee in high school and we shared a lot of similar interests from the start. We were both pretty heavy in to physical fitness and one day we came up with the idea of shooting a short film with non-stop fighting sequences, similar to the fight sequences we had been watching in movies by Jet Li, Jackie Chan, etc. Read More
Working on a new movie. One that Doug and I did years back. It will feature about 10 minutes of non-stop fight sequences shot all around Tulsa. The end will promote what Doug and I are doing now, and the only way to watch will be to either download it from iTunes/Amazon, or if you “like” the Thinkpierce facebook page you can watch it for free! I would imagine I’ll be done with this a month from now. Stay Tuned. I’m now posting something every day, so check back tomorrow for something new! Click the picture to enlarge.
What do you get when you combine heavy metal music, with choreography and medieval costumes? The newest Thinkpierce video! Enjoy the latest addition to the Thinkpierce video section: Jonathan Pierce and the Knights in Tights! Thinkpierce, Something New Every Friday.
Creating some of the motion graphics for an upcoming independent film recently became a group activity. You might not be surprised to learn that all had to do with a crazy dream sequence. The task called for some odd requests involving animated brains. To have the brains created from scratch, there was only one person to call…Josh. And to have them animated on screen, there was also only one person to contact…Josh. The two Josh’s I’m talking about here are professional artist Josh Dunbar and Professional Editor Josh Mitchell. Read More