We had the amazing opportunity to contribute to “Werewolf by Night”, Marvel Studios’ Halloween special for Disney+, directed by Michael Giacchino. In a tribute to old classic horror films, we are introduced to a part of Marvel that hasn’t been seen in film before – monsters!
The Staircase eschews true-crime tropes in favor of internal narratives & character building and sets the table for our stunning new title sequence. Using glass materials and optical illusions the sequence builds a sense of uncertainty, dislocation, and the unexpected.
Decades of memories told through the house they were born in. Memories is a story about those precious family moments that will not last forever, but that can stay with us forever with the help of the right tools.
Ramy Youssef won a Golden Globe award and Emmy nominations for his semi-autobiographical show, Ramy, on Hulu. The story of a first-generation Egyptian-American trying to figure out where he fits between two vastly-different cultures, Ramy finds humor in the clash. Our main title for the show does, too.
You can’t unsee a horror. Shockingly imprinted in memory, it flashes back, unbid. Waking or sleeping the image replays, making even the real surreal. If you are investigating a murder, replaying that horror is part of your job. But that doesn’t make detachment and objectivity easy, or the mess murder makes in a multitude of lives, more bearable. Veena Sud came to us to create an opening title sequence that would capture the essence of all of that for her series, The Killing.