We make movies.
You can call them films, cinema or even call them art. Yes, good movies are all that. But to us movies are what we watch to be... MOVED! To have fun, eat popcorn and go for a ride.
A movie should be able to entertain a CERN particle physicist and Duck Dynasty's biggest fan equally. That's where we are going, and so should you.
And the term "movie." We use that loosely. A movie today isn't just in a theater. It can be streaming, downloaded, shared and viewed. The bigger the screen, the better. But we embrace the fact that movies is a generic term for an entertainment that moves you, whatever the delivery, marketing or monetizing vehicle.
Although our background stems from visual effects and computer graphics, we know that story and character are the twin pillars of entertainment. Without those, you wont care who is on that spacecraft or when the aliens seem to have humanity all but beat.
The craft of visual effects is mechanical and methodical. We pre-vis and pre-plan. We work out ideas and they get better and better as they digitally stew. We bring this same craft to story and character. Each scene is an ingredient that needs to be understood and made as perfect as possible, but always in service of the full course meal.
What We Think Makes A Movie
Relatable Characters 98%
Story, Story, Story 97%
Visual Effects 45%
A Cool Poster 5%
Nicolas Cage 100%
Meet the team
Bruce is a well respected visual effects supervisor and director who has hit 3 for 3 with his world renowned short films, World Builder, 405, and State of the Union. He is originally from the Kansas City area and moved back in 2004 after spending 10 years in Hollywood. His visual effects company, Branit FX currently works on television shows such as Revolution, Breaking Bad and Person of Interest.
We are located with Branit FX in Kansas City in the booming Crossroads Arts District.
Things are happening in Kansas City. Go Royals, Go Chiefs!
Last we heard there was some sort of growling sound from the basement and he was never heard from again.