The Typophile Film Fest 5 is a one hour selection of typographic films hailing from all over the world including Argentina, The Netherlands, Russia and the United States. The films vary in subject matter and style; creating a dynamic presentation of motion design, typographic animation, short stories, documentaries and interviews.
This year, the opening titles, created by faculty and students at Brigham Young University’s Visual Arts School, has gained a lot of attention. A blurb from the festival reads:
The opening titles are a visual typographic feast about the five senses, and how they contribute to and enhance our creativity. Everything in the film is real – no CG effects!
This thing is SO AWESOME! Click on the link to watch the Typophile Film Fest 5 opening titles!
Products from film festivals tend to break the norm and are sometimes quite better than the mainstream entertainment. Crude, a documentary about the Amazon Chernobyl incident, was a product of the film festivals and was released last week. Click here to watch the Crude Movie Trailer.