We are thrilled to announce that our production “Stories of Intrepid” has been honored by the 60th CINE Golden Eagle Awards for Professional Media. The film received the prestigious and highly competitive award in the Advertising, Marketing, and Special Events: Complementary Productions (Museums or Exhibits, Special Features, Meetings or Conferences) category.
The film also won a Bronze Telly Award for use of 3D in a Stereoscopic Production. This is the third 3D Telly for Crazybridge.
Congratulations to the Crazybridge team for all of their great work!
The film plays four times an hour at the “Stories of Intrepid” 4D Theater at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York City.
After a year and a half in production, Crazybridge Studios is proud to announce our latest 4D ride film is now open at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York City. Stories of Intrepid follows the harrowing missions of three courageous Intrepid pilots in three eras, incorporating CGI and never-before-seen historical footage from the museum’s archives, all presented in breathtaking 3D, with surround sound and motion. A full production of Crazybridge Studios, the film runs five times an hour at the newly-renovated 4D theater on the ship’s hangar deck.
From the team behind Deadliest Catch and Bering Sea Gold comes The Yard on the National Geographic Channel:
In the crowded ports of Alaska and the Pacific Northwest sit a handful of salty, machine-fueled, deadline-driven workplaces powered by a nautical breed of hard-working, fun-loving men and women. These boat-repairing operations range in size from small mom-and-pop outfits to massive enterprises blanketing entire coastlines, and they all have one goal in common: fix and build boats fast and make money doing it.
Crazybridge was brought on to create a look for the 8-episode series that reflects the gritty rough-and-tumble world of shipyards. We produced the main title, graphics package, maps, and all of the animations for the series.
We won an Emmy for Outstanding Graphic Design and Art Direction for H2’s “Big History” Tuesday night at the 35th Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards in New York City. It was our fourth nomination and we’re glad to have worked on such a great show (and to finally win). Congratulations to all the talented VFX artists and producers at Flight 33 and here at Crazybridge!
“Big History” Creative Director Steffen Schlachtenhaufen, Art Director Dominique Navarro, Visual Effects Supervisors John R. McConnell and Christopher Gaal, 3D Artist Sebastiano D’Aprile
Crazybridge Studios Founder and CEO Christopher Gaal
The view from our seats as Charles Osgood presented the award:
Crazybridge was part of the team behind the graphics and animation for H2’s series Big History, which has been nominated for Outstanding Graphic Design & Art Direction. This is our fourth nomination, the last one being for The History of the World in Two Hours in 2012. We’d like to congratulate all of the show’s talented artists, compositors, and VFX supervisors for their achievement, as well as the creative team at Flight 33. The awards ceremony is September 30 in New York City.
Our film “Ride with the Blues… in 4D” for the National Naval Aviation Museum has won a 2014 Silver Telly Award for 3D Production. With nearly 12,000 entries from all 50 states and numerous countries, it is truly an honor. Congratulations to our creative team for winning their 2nd Telly!
More from the Telly Awards:
A prestigious judging panel of over 500 accomplished industry professionals, each a past winner of a Silver Telly and a member of The Silver Telly Council, judged the competition, upholding the historical standard of excellence that Telly represents. The Silver Council evaluated entries to recognize distinction in creative work – entries do not compete against each other – rather entries are judged against a high standard of merit. Less than 10% of entries are chosen as Winners of the Silver Telly, our highest honor.
In addition to receiving industry recognition, the attraction is a hit with audiences:
“We did the 4D Blue Angels ride which is a 3D movie of the Blue Angels flying with a motion seat and air jets. Pretty cool ride. . .”
– Gerald H., Yelp
“It was fun to see the routine in a different way. I always love hearing the announcer!”
– mtsublueraider, Tripadvisor
“My husband and grandsons especially enjoyed the Blue Angels 4D simulator.”
– Linda S., Tripadvisor
Months in the making, the Blue Angels 4D Experience opened last Friday at the National Naval Aviation Museum. Crazybridge produced the 3D film for the attraction, which plays in a dedicated theater complete with moving seats, booming surround sound, wind, and other immersive 4D effects. The action-packed film is 100% CGI and follows the famed Blue Angels soaring through the air as they execute their signature precision maneuvers. The museum is located on the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida where the show runs four times an hour.
The Campaign had its world premiere screening today at the Frameline 37 Film Festival in San Francisco. It was a packed house at the Castro Theater and the audience gave the film a long and enthusiastic standing ovation. We were honored to have had the chance to work on such a beautiful and timely film. Thanks to the producers for inviting us up.
If you’re in Southern California, you can see this important documentary for yourself Tuesday June 25 at 9pm on KCET.