Mad Max: Fury Road retold via old-school 8-bit
Today we present Mad Max: Fury Road in the form of an 8 bit video game!
8 Bit a.k.a. the third generation of gaming started in 1983 with the Japanese release of the Nintendo Family Computer and Sega. Can you guess what games inspired our 8-bit version of Mad Max: Fury Road? Comment below and suggest the next movie 8-bit Cinema should “gamify”.
El documental Daft Punk Unchained traza la carrera del dúo. Cantidad rara que se extrae que proponemos para descubrir anteriormente. Estamos en 2006 y Daft Punk estamos preparando para demostrar ante más de 40.000 personas en el festival de Coachella. Un espectáculo que seguirá siendo uno de los más memorables de su carrera.
The Tonight Show shows its excitement over the release of the latest Star Wars sequel, The Force Awakens, by editing together footage of the previous six movies set to the tune of the Bee Gees’ “Stayin’ Alive.”
The animated protagonists of the film “Greedy Germ” live in a microscopically small world.
They are organisms and germs, friendly and timid little creatures that help each other.
Oneday, however, a mysterious intruder appears and ruthlessly destroys their peaceful coexistence.
The story was inspired by students’ reflections on pressing issues, such as the subject of food safety. Through the example of the destroyed life structures of the creatures in the film, “Greedy Germ” wants to illustrate that obtaining power is always linked to having a direct effect on society. Abusing power as well as blindly following orders will inevitably lead to injustice.
The film aims to point out the significance of the actions of each individual and thus the responsibility they have for the next generation.
Director/ Fang Yu Hsu, Cheng Hao Chen
Art/ Fang Yu Hsu, Cheng Hao Chen
Animator/ Fang Yu Hsu, Cheng Hao Chen
Music/Sound effect/ Lucas Baldin Petriaggi
Product/ National Taiwan Normal University, Department of Design