Feature Film Title Sequences

FEATURE FILM TITLE SEQUENCES

“Lucky Number Slevin” Title Sequence

A case of mistaken identity lands Slevin into the middle of a war being plotted by two of the city's most rival crime bosses. Under constant surveillance by Detective Brikowski and assassin Goodkat, he must get them before they get him. This title sequence alternates between crime boss ledgers and the opening scenes of the film. The typography animates as calculating numerals. Production Company: Trailer Park, Client: The Weinstein Company

“The Truman Show” Tru Talk Montage

Eric designed the opening of the TV Show “Tru Talk” in the film iconic film “The Truman Show.” The sequence chronicles the life of Truman Burbank whose life is broadcast to an audience of millions without his knowledge. This film is seen by many critics as prophetic about a future of reality tv. Eric collaborated with legendary director Peter Weir who also performed as the announcer in this sequence. Production Company: Imaginary Forces, Client: Paramount Pictures

"Wrong Turn" Title Sequence

Client: The Weinstein Company, Production Company: Trailer Park

"Pulse" Title Sequence

Client: The Weinstein Company, Production Company: Trailer Park

“Dumb & Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd” Title Sequence

After years of homeschooling, dim-bulb teen Harry finally makes the leap to public school and meets the equally intellectually challenged Lloyd. This title sequence in this prequel to the Jim Carrey classic features typography interacting with the live action footage. Production Company: Trailer Park, Client: New Line Cinema

“The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning” Main Title Sequence

Client: New Line Cinema, Production Company: Trailer Park

"Along Came Polly" Title Sequence

Client: Universal Studios, Production Company: Trailer Park

“Men With Guns” End Crawl

Men With Guns, a masterpiece directed by John Sayles, is an allegory about all countries where men with guns control the daily lives of the people. Created as traditional opticals, this end crawl uses haunting portraits created by Mexican artist Luis Gonzålez Palma. Productio Company: Imaginary Forces, Client: Sony Pictures Classics

"The Hot Chick" Title Sequence

Client: Touchstone Pictures, Production Company: Trailer Park

“The Mask of Zorro” Main Title Sequence

Client: Tristar Pictures, Production Company: Imaginary Forces