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    It's day three of The Fantastic Corpse Project, the short film powered by Dell Precision Workstations and AMD FirePro technology. Closing out the Fantastic Corpse project is Fantastic Fest veteran Eugenio Mira, here at the festival presenting his newest film Grand Piano. Eugenio has only 4 hours to figure out how to bring this innovative, challenging and fantastic short film to an end. Be sure to check out www.TheFantasticCorpse.com to see the finished film after the Fantastic Fest award ceremony on Sept. 24th.
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    The Fantastic Corpse is a short film project based on the exquisite corpse collaborative method. Dell Precision and AMD are working with creative content company Arts+Labor to bring five Fantastic Fest filmmakers together to create one short film, each filming an equal part, and continuing each others segment. The first director (Oren Carmi, GOLDBERG AND EISENBERG) created the first minute, and then passed on to the next filmmaker (Nacho Vigalondo, TIMECRIMES). When the third filmmaker tagged in (Jim Byrkit, COHERENCE), he was only allowed to watch what Nacho had created before making his segment. The fourth filmmaker (Matt Johnson, THE DIRTIES) could only see what the third filmmaker shot, and so on until Eugenio Mira (GRAND PIANO) completed the Fantastic Corpse. It was screened at the Fantastic Fest Awards Ceremony, a mere 5 days after it began. This is the story of the making of that incredible feat, powered by Dell Precision Workstations and AMD FirePro Technology. The film was produced and edited on high-end Dell Precision T5610 and T7610 tower workstations powered by AMD FirePro™ W5000 and W8000 professional graphics, respectively, and M6800 mobile workstations equipped with AMD FirePro M5100. The systems will be paired with Dell UltraSharp U2413 monitors with AMD Eyefinity triple-display setups. Director #1 Oren Carmi Director #2 Nacho Vigalondo Director #3 James Byrkit Director #4 Matt Johnson Director #5 Eugenio Mira Creative Director - Erik Horn Producer - Stephanie Noone Director of Photography Drew Daniels - segments 1 and 4 Tod Campbell - segments 2 and 3 Drew Xanthopoulos - segment 5 Assistant Director - Will Cleveland Art Director - Michael Bayer Art Production Assistant - Colton Batts Hair & Make Up - Kathy Miller 1st AC - Drew Daniels, Melissa Porter 2nd AC - Melissa Porter, Stephen Huff Gaffer - Ben Oliver Grip - Jason Harter, Carlos Boillat, David Lackey Location Sound Mixer - Erik Duemig Boom Operator - Joseph Duemig Special Effects - Hawgfly (Meredith Johns, Ana Fugate) Post Supervisor/Editor - Joe Nicolosi DIT - Vladyslav Alexander Production Assistants - Kennon Talley, David Lackey, Colton Batts Behind The Scenes Camera Operator - Katie Graham Camera Operator - Sound - Landry Gideon Still Photographer - Lauren Reynolds Post-Production Post Supervisor/Editor - Joe Nicolosi Editor - Andrew Matthews, Bryan Poyser Assistant Editor - Matt Young Colorist - Joe Malina Composer - Kevin Schneider Sound Mix - Eric Friend
  • The Fantastic Corpse - Day 3 - Matthew Johnson
    It's day three of The Fantastic Corpse Project, the short film powered by Dell Precision Workstations and AMD FirePro technology. Day three began with Fantastic Fest newcomer Matthew Johnson. After viewing only the scene directed by James Byrkit the day before, Matthew launched head first into writing, directing, producing, and even acting in his minute of the film in 4 hours. Be sure to check out www.TheFantasticCorpse.com to see the finished film after the Fantastic Fest award ceremony on Sept. 24th.
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