Yves Geleyn: Monster in the Closet

Yves Geleyn (Hornet) brings his trademark charm to bear on a chilling subject for States United to Prevent Gun Violence in “Monster in the Closet.”

CREDITS
Director: Yves Geleyn
Produced at Hornet Inc
Executive Producer: Michael Feder
Head of Production: Greg Bedard
Producer: Jan Stebbins
Editors: Joel Miller & RJ Glass
Assistant Editor: Stephanie Andreau
Storyboard Artist: J. Todd Anderson
Character Designer: Oren Haskins
Background Designer: Mark Boardman
Supervising Technical Director: Sang-Jin Bae
Lead CG Artist & Compositor: David Hill
CG & Compositing: Richard Kim
Modeling: Erwin Riau & Dan Fine
CG Animation: Sean Thorpe, Andrew Boccio, Emily Griswold
Lead 2D Animator: Mike Luzzi
Animators: Keelmy Carlo, Mark Pecoraro, Nivedita Sekar, Frank Summers
Animation Clean Up: Emma Noble
Development Producer: Kristin Labriola
R&D: Arman Matin

Edited by Joel Miller at Cut and Run
Assistant Editor: Tom Akey
Assistant Editor: Stacy Peterson
Producer: Melati Pohan
Executive Producer: Rana Martin
Composed by Mark Mothersbaugh of Mutato Muzika
Producer: Natalie P. Montgomery
Engineered by: Bradley Denniston

15 Comments

Ah Their Agenda

I suppose this would be called “Hero in the Closet” if the same gun saved his family from an intruder..

Justin

Don’t reproduce.

Ah Their Agenda

Too late. ;)

Arvid

Best reply EVER Justin!

Ah Their Agenda

Is it not a valid statement, and if not why?

Justin

Please, this is a motion graphics board, not a forum to discuss your gun rights paranoia.

mtal80

Agree. The monster is the feeling that a child shouldn’t understand and respect firearms.

Great animation and story nonetheless though.

Franck

Ah Their Agenda: paranoid much?

Ah Their Agenda

Ha, no. I just like f’ing with people.

Justin Cone

Everyone, please keep it focused and constructive.

Alain

Gret work. Simple and real.

Mr Bray

I wasn’t excepting the ending to be so dark. Shame on the parents. It was produced really well. Loved the design and color palette.

wtf

i thought it would go down that “pretentious mediocrity” route… but then he killed the kid… and all of a sudden it has a sophisticated touch to it… profoundness rules!!!

jamie

Bravo, moving and smart, well directed. :)

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