Creamen The Movie
- Friday, 09 March 2012 16:44
- Last Updated on Friday, 09 March 2012 17:02
- Written by Marc Spess
Does this animation project have the right stuff? Will it succeed?
Every time a person embarks on a new film, that is the question they usually ask themselves. Will all this work make the audience happy? Will it educate them? Get them to think? Or maybe just laugh?
Well from the looks of it, Creamen is set to do all of those things. It tackles the controversial topic of global warming with several distinct characters all made of ice cream! The puppets are actually made of clay, which ironically can melt too. So what better material to use?
Producer Esther Casas Roura has set up several web sites to help promote the film as well as raise funds. First off they have an official Creamen web site over here where you can read more about the story, learn about some of the characters and view some pictures.
Next they have a Facebook fan page here where they uploaded many behind the scenes pictures and have a steadily growing community.
Finally you can watch an impressive video showing the story of Esther Roura and her team in New York on their Kickstarter web site over here. You can also help with their film directly if you like. It is all very exciting, hopefully they will update their pages often as things progress further with more inspirational videos and pictures!