Thursday, June 16, 2011

The Monstre is coming . . . NEW CLIP!

A sequence I boarded from the film was just released online as a pop promo for the song 'La Seine' by Mathieu 'M' Chedid and Vanessa Paradis.



It was with great pleasure today that I greeted the release of the trailer for 'A Monster In Paris'- a film I storyboarded on for BiboFilms between 2006-2008.  It's a sheer delight to see scenes I drew 5 years ago realized so gloriously en trois dimensions!


I had the time of my life on this project working with a world class team in the south of France. I can't wait for the world to see the final film . . . I'll be blogging more about the film once it's released.


Trailer Un Monstre à Paris (A Monster in Paris) by animatieblog


20 comments:

pleytonp said...

I can only say, WOW!

UM said...

Great to finally see some footage and it looks very nice! Where's the English version?

stefan marjoram said...

That looks jolly good fun - looking forward to seeing it.

Alex Vega said...

Congratulations! This looks stunning.

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Elina Ellis said...

Wow!!! this is amazing!!!! Absolutely amazing! I bet you are proud of you work!

Richard Mitchelson said...

This looks like a triumph! cant wait to check it out. Any news on UK screenings? would love to see it on the big screen...

A. Riabovitchev said...

looks very prpomissing!:O)

Elliot said...

It looks WONDERFUL.

Ashley Boddy said...

Je ne comprende pas!! En Anglaise...silver plate. It look's like a Zebe drawing...but from many angles. And there is something else about the design which I can't quite put my finger on...

Matt J said...

Thanks for the feedback folks- all of us who worked on this show are so happy to see it finally approaching release and to hear peoples' reactions. I can't wait to see the whole film myself!

Matthew Cruickshank said...

Congratulations on contributing to such a beautifully designed film!

Without this project I would never have got the chance to visit Nice and see you in tight black Speedos!

JP said...

Ohh, the speedos image. I love the darwin character! looks fab overall.

Matt J said...

Emile and Darwin: separated at birth!

froggie said...

ohh major kudos, matt! been seeing little hints of it here and there the last few weeks - it looks brilliant. "-))

and yeee-ikes! maybe speedos across the pond have um, a different fan following there than they do here? "-)

Matt J said...

My speedos are nothing to be sniffed at!

Erik D. Martin said...

man this looks beautiful! I hope it has even a small run in over here!

tomm said...

congrats man - i think its gonna be a cracker!

Matt J said...

Erik-the film should see a worldwide release after its Gallic bow

Tomm-thanks for your vote of confidence-the film will not disappoint you!

Boris Hiestand said...

Looks lovely. Did Bibo write and peform some of songs as well?

Brant Moon said...

Sooo cool that you worked on this!