Sunday, June 13, 2010

The Adventures of manCHILD present THE JUNGLE




Well, Midsummer Night Toons I thought was a really really great night, filled with great films, great people, and great drink prices. I personally like to thank anyone and everyone that came out, cheered, and enjoyed themselves on Thursday...It really meant a lot to me. I'd also like the congratulate the other filmmakers of the night, specifically Matt Lee, Mike Carlo, AL Pardo, Gary Doodles, Matt Burnett, Ben Levin, and Kat Morris on all their hard work, everyone really turned out amazing stuff, and they all should be very proud.
Now onto the film. For those who didn't get a chance to come down to the show last week, or just to anyone who'd want to see the film that wouldn't had otherwise seen it, I'm gonna go with my gut and post the film here on my blog as well (obviously) on vimeo. It's actually been kinda a weird decision to be honest. I've never made a film before, and have heard a lot about the pro's and con's of posting your film on the Internet... in terms of being eligible for festivals and other events such as that, sometimes they'd prefer you to not have your film online. If I can I'd love to apply for any festival that would have me, but until then, I just want people to see it. I just want as many people (who'd like to see it) to see it and enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it. So, without and further interruption please enjoy The Adventures of manCHILD...Episode 2 - The Jungle.

The Adventures of manCHILD presents THE JUNGLE from Joe Cappabianca on Vimeo.

7 comments:

Elliot Cowan said...

Joey Caps - this is fucking gold.

Joe Cappabianca said...

Hey Elliot! Thanks man, i really appriciate it, hope all is well dude.

Matt D. Lee said...

You have the filmmaking confidence that most take five films to get. Congrats and I cannot wait to see what you have in store for Midsummer 3!

R.Dress said...

Haha wow this had me on the floor! I really enjoyed the cartoon logic through out the film. I also loved how you explored in depth the relationship between the bowling pin and man child with the simplicity of a few hand gestures. Brilliant:)

Matt D. Lee said...

your film has gotten a lot of views! Pure platinum...

The Dream said...

http://thedreams2.blogspot.com/

Elliott said...

Unbelievable man, great short. So solid. I didn't realize I got a shout out at the end, thanks dude! I was telling the other guys, I'm totally inspired now.

-3