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This will be the last of my experiments for a while in trying to get an income from ‘machinima’. It’s been fun and I’ve learned a lot, but the cheques have yet to roll in and I have bigger projects I want to get back to. 🙂

A short machinima video using part of the soundtrack from ‘The Passion of Saint Sebastian’ by Garrett Fisher. This second part will be submitted as an entry in the 2010 Armchair Internet Film Festival. The animation itself was made with Moviestorm.

The Passion of Saint Sebastian’ (soundtrack) by Garrett Fisher; music and words by Garrett Fisher & Ken Cerniglia; performed by Kathy Hanson & Maria Mannisto (vocalists), Greg Bagley (6 string fretted acoustic bass), Jack Quick (Slide Guitar) and Garrett Fisher (Indian harmonium). Submitted as part of the 2010 Armchair Internet Film Festival (www.armchairinternet.com | www.fisherensemble.org).

Selected for screening at the 2010 Machinima Expo

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tree of life

A short machinima video using part of the soundtrack from ‘The Passion of Saint Sebastian’ by Garrett Fisher. This first part will be submitted as an entry in the 2010 Armchair Internet Film Festival. The animation itself was made with Moviestorm.

The Passion of Saint Sebastian’ (soundtrack) by Garrett Fisher; music and words by Garrett Fisher & Ken Cerniglia; performed by Kathy Hanson & Maria Mannisto (vocalists), Greg Bagley (6 string fretted acoustic bass), Jack Quick (Slide Guitar) and Garrett Fisher (Indian harmonium). Submitted as part of the 2010 Armchair Internet Film Festival (www.armchairinternet.com | http://www.fisherensemble.org).

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survivor3

This is not strictly a Tokyo Tales movie though it is meant to be set in Japan. It is my first attempt at using the Movie Storm software to make a film. It is a short disaster movie with a public health warning at the end. Some of the characters in this will be appearing in my upcoming movie ‘The Recluse’.

This was one of the (10!?) winners in the Movie Storm 30 second film competition.

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