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A film for anyone who enjoys the Easter miracle of a Cat and Dog dancing around the world to find the Easter Bunny and thank him for all their Easter Eggs.
It's time I put some of my short films, among other things, out on the world wide web. I should probably have a dedicated web-site seeing as I work in IT and 80% of my friends are either graphic designers or web developers but this is easier for now.
G3Tfilms (that's Get Films) started out its life as a part-time gig producing infomercial and training videos for various companies in Sydney. I often try to forget the experience because of the short shoot times, long editing hours and low pay but it really is where I learnt the underestimated art form of lighting for digital (DV does not look bad, just get a DOP who knows how to light it).
Luckily for me the focus of what I was producing changed one Easter. My niece and nephew were unable to make it to Sydney for their intended holiday. Armed with my camera (Sony DSR-PD for those who care about that sort of thing), some blue cardboard, a blue rubber glove, two finger puppets, and a chocolate Easter bunny (the latter two being my niece and nephews presents), the film ‘Cat & Dog find the Easter Bunny’ was written, designed and produced in 4 hours (including edit). Along with the finger puppets (I ate the chocolate bunny) the film was rushed into the mail as their gift. Despite the poor production values they loved it and much to my amusement they drove their parents insane by watching it over and over.
Strangely enough it appeared that anyone of any age I showed it too either cracked a smile or descended it fits of giggles. So emboldened, I sent a copy of ‘Cat & Dog find the Easter Bunny’ to every person I or my friends even vaguely knew with a child under 4 years old asking them to gauge their childs reaction. ‘Cat & Dog find the Easter Bunny’ was an instant Easter hit. When I started receiving orders for the video from people I had never met and fan-mail from a small, young and seemingly dedicated group of Cat and Dog fans I knew that G3Tfilms would never be the same again.
So, seeing as it's Easter, I will shortly upload ‘Cat & Dog find the Easter Bunny’ for you to enjoy in all it's silliness.