As far as random video essays go, this is definitely one of the best. Using clips from David Fincher's 2007 film "Zodiac", Matt Zoller Seitz and Sarah Bunting have crafted a tribute to a terrific movie AND terrific neckties. I've seen the "Zodiac" many times but I must admit, I've never noticed the "Crapsody in Blue."
Chris BrennerPost Production Point Man, Border Patrol, Scarecrow
A recent MFA graduate from USC's School of Cinematic Arts, Chris spends his days editing, sound designing and wondering why he doesn't get paid more. He has done post work on national commercials for Nestle and Heineken, as well as Ivan Reitman's web series "Border Patrol" and the Academy Award winning short "A Day's Work".
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This little video is several things at once. It's simultaneously a catchy jazz music video, populated with quirky animated characters. But it's also a demonstration of a very innovative software called Animata, which moves virtual puppets in real time according to open-source input. This kind of thing used to take weeks for traditional animators to draw.