Search the Blog
Network With ReelCast


Films For The Family

Watch Movies Online for $1.
No blood, bosoms, or bad-words.

Inspirational Web Videos

Film Festival

Blog Archives
Admin Login

Entries in Lego Movies (3)

8:00AM

Winning Awards - Part 3 (Feature Films)

At this year's Christian Worldview Film Festival, I was excited to see awards given to several films that I have had the pleasure to help with!

"POLYCARP" // camera operator, 2nd unit DP, editor, colorist
Movie Website

(Polycarp also won "Best Editing" at the 2015 Pan Pacific Film Festival)

"BOUND" // editing consultant, assistant colorist
Movie Website

7:00AM

Kickstarter - Lego Movie "Bound"

This is an exciting project that I've been able to help with a little bit, and I encourage you to check it out!!

Bound is a Christian stop-motion adventure story that takes place in a world created entirely from plastic bricks.

It has a Christian message, lovely visuals, and a diverse assortment of characters. It's an adventure film about two kids and an old man who risk everything to trek the medieval wilderness in search of their older brother.

We're trying to finish our animated family friendly adventure film. Since we're Christians, it has a Gospel message. That's important to us. What's more, we'd like to finish our film in the next 9-10 months, but we need funds to do that.

To see more clips and images, and to help make this project possible,
visit the Bound Kickstarter page!

Also check out the movie website!

1:12PM

Monitogo Studios

ABOUT

"Monitogo Studios is a small film production studio located in central Missouri, with a vision to produce clean family friendly films. The studio was started by two of the Tull children, but the whole family contributes to the film projects."

CURRENT PROJECT

"Our current project, under the working title “Zathen and Nathan”, is a 60 minute stop motion brick film. The story tells of Zathen, a bitter young man who has alienated himself from his family, and his loving younger siblings, Nathan and Abigail. When the children discover that that their older brother is now a captive in the hands a traitor soldier from Zathen’s garrison, they set out on an adventure to rescue him. Along the way they face one difficulty after another, and begin to uncover hidden secrets from the their family history. Now, it’s up to Zathen’s siblings and a wise but fun loving guardian to rescue the embittered brother from the hands of a wicked lord.

A film with interest for adults but suitable for children as well, “Zathen and Nathan” is sure to provide good discussion topics and fun for the whole family."

www.monitogostudios.com