Paraiso Travel End Titles

Credit sequences are becoming more of a norm in feature films, whether it be just a stylistic exploration that is done in the Harry Potter series, or a graphic short that acts as a summary for what was just watched; think Lemony Snickets.

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This great credit sequence, executed wonderfully by Hush Studios, acts as the latter, symbolically summing up each of the characters portrayed in the film with some great design and animation.

On a side note, I wonder if credit sequences will go down the road of importance that the title sequences have. As of right now, title sequences act as prologue to the film, setting the mood and story for the audience before the movie really begins. On the flop side, a credit sequence could potentially act as an epilogue and be used as a means to further tell the story, maybe even set up scenarios for a next film..who knows.

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7 Comments

david

EMMETT I LOVE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!! I WANT TO BIRTH YOUR BEAUTIFUL MOGRAPH MANBABIES!

brandj

That’s gorgeous.
Nice work, Hush!

zeniamai

Wow.. Mograph manbabies, instensely passionate.. (smirk)

As for the creadit sequence, beautiful, just beautiful…

zeniamai

Forgive me for my spelling error… that’s credit instead of “creadit”… damn stupid fingers… what’s with me today.

brianalvarez

That was really impressive— in almost every aspect.

By the way, does anyone know the title of the track being played?

xpez2000

reminds me of a vh1 broadcast promo…that editorial style usually doesnt exist in theatrical film titles…which is cool if it connects with the film.

those buttery smooth after effects 3d camera moves always make me think the creatives wanted me to feel like I just overdosed on qualudes…

KGB

you mean quaternions? :)

BTW, I also want to know what the track is…

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