Monday, May 7, 2007 at 02:59PM
Reviving Hollywood past with an iClone Machinima twist, Citizen Director Paul Louis releases his latest film inspired by the comedies of Hal Roach. Paul's short film, "The Case of the Missing Plot," showcases iClone's flexible character creation, movement and camera composition. Written by Nick Santa Maria and adapted for the screen by Paul Louis, "The Case of the Missing Plot," cracks the case and a few laughs in a nostalgic and enjoyable iClone movie.
Paul Louis introduces Biffle & Shooster, "When I was a kid, I grew up watching and loving the old comedy shorts made by Hal Roach. I was a huge fan of the "Our Gang" or "Little Rascals", as they were later called. And I especially loved Laurel & Hardy. For a while now, I've been wanting to make a short film in iClone, but I've had somewhat of a writers block. I called a good buddy of mine, Nick Santa Maria, and asked for help. Nick is an extremely talented individual who is also passionate about the same "old school" comedy classics. He immediately sent me a script that he wrote about a fictitious comedy duo from the 1930's, called "Biffle & Shooster". I got to work, and well, here it is for your enjoyment."
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