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Bachelor Lions  Mitchel as: Zane Daniels  Status: Production  Release Date: 2017 IMDb
Sins of our Youth  Mitchel as: Scott  Release Date: December 2016 IMDb
CHARACTERz  Mitchel as: Tucker Ostrowski  Release Date: July 2016 IMDb
Milo Murphy's law  Mitchel as: Wally  Release Date: 2016 IMDb
The Sand  Mitchel as: Mitch  Release Date: Agoust 2015 IMDb
She Will Be Free  Mitchel as: Eric  Release Date: September 2013 IMDb
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New CHARACTERz Interviews!

CHARACTERz just came out this week and the Interviews keep coming in! Check out the latest scoop from Starry Magazine (Q&A with Mitchel) and Animation Scoop (Interview with Jon, Director and Writer of Characterz) below.

Mitchel Musso – Characterz – Starry Magazine

What made you want to be a part of the movie Characterz?

A) It just sounded fun! We worked in an amusement park and they were very open to my ideas. I was able to hire my little brother [Marc] and work in Florida for a month. I think that’s what kind of sold me.

Q) Was there anything you added to the role that wasn’t scripted for you?

A) Tucker is kind of this creative, artsy kid. All he really wants to do is developamusement parks and rides. That’s what he is really into. The character was pretty well rounded from the get-go. There wasn’t really much I had to add. Who doesn’t have a passion for rides and rollercoasters? Not just the rollercoaster, but the showmanship of the ride takes you away from everything for that minute or minute and a half. It’s really a summer fun flick and it was a lot of fun to shoot with a lot of fun people. I think some of the best movies are like that, especially when you are working with good people, friends and family that you have known forever. A lot of good moments come out of that with our relationship and our chemistry.

Q) What was it like having to wear the costume all day?

A) It was SO hot! It was like deathly hot. Florida is one of the hottest places in the US and during the summer…it was just so hot.

Q) What were some of your favorite moments from filming?

A) I think just being able to go through the amusement park and ride on rides in our off time. I spent time with the cast. Everyone was really nice and every night we would go into our hotel rooms and learn our script with each other. That’s always good to buildchemistry with our cast and build relationships. I liked getting one-on-one time with them to see how they feel about the scene and what their thoughts are. It’s not just about what I’m thinking because everybody has great ideas. It was just spending time with everybody.

Q) Why do you think it is about Characterz that will make people want to check it out?

A) I really don’t know. Why does anybody watch anything? If it looks good to them, they are bored or have nothing else to do…In all honesty, I saw the film and I liked it. It’s fun and there are a lot of genuine moments in it. I think it is all about the characters and the people involved in the movie that makes people want to see a movie and for a good story. If you’re into family fun flicks, amusement parks, love interests and goofy friendships then you can definitely find that in Characterz.

for the full Interview click here!

Director Jon Binkowski on his animation-inspired indie-feature “CharacterZ”

Our animator was Jeffrey James, who had worked at Disney and Bluth,” […] “He helped develop the look of the characters. I told him we needed animation that looked like a kid did it, and he helped me out, along with Huhu Studios in New Zealand and Shanghai.”

“Everything was digital coming back and forth. We would shoot the plates, send those to them and they would animate over the plates. They would send those back in a rough form so we would see how it would layer on to the plates. If I had to, I would doodle on something to show what I was looking for. Jeffrey and [producer] David Townsend were very instrumental. There was only one that didn’t make it into the final cut, just because of editing, no other reason.

“We wanted the animation to that would make the kid’s talent show through, but a little amateurish because he didn’t have the tools yet. We wanted him to be a young Lasseter. He has animation chops and wants to get into the theme park industry. He wants to go to CalArts.

“They went with 12 frames a second, but it didn’t match the 24 frames when we moved the camera around, so they had to switch it to compensate. They were very accommodating in that regard, because I told them one thing, and then said “It’s not matching!” and they worked it out great.”

Surprisingly, animation did not command the lion’s share of the film’s modest budget. “The biggest, most expensive part of the budget, by far, was feeding everyone,” Jon laughs. “You get all these people to do all these things for free–or not for very much, but we did provide food. We had a lot of extras. And man, that adds up really fast. We always underestimated our food budget. We negotiated at the restaurants at Old Town so each catered on a different day. They made money, we got everyone fed, and it worked out well.”

for the full Interview click here!


  Write by: Jenny  07/15/16  Leave a comment
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