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WOW, its AMAZING that three movies we created the main Key Art for made it onto WowAmazing’s list of  “21 Horror Movies You Need to See in 2019”, including “I Still See You” (starring Bella Thorne), “Heretiks”, and “I’ll Take Your Dead.” It’s awesome to be in a lineup that includes such recognizable films and sequels such...
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Here at MOT Creative, we love ambitious projects brought to us by both new and seasoned directors & production companies. We are thrilled to have been involved in the recent film, Tommy Battles the Silver Sea Dragon, which is rich is dream-like visuals, and has a story line and musical soundtrack that takes the audience on...
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We love to see our films winning different accolades at film festivals! One of our recent projects, “The Old Man and The Sea, Return to Cuba”, just won for Florida Focus films at the Key West Film Festival. Congrats to @MattDeanFilms and we had a wonderful time working on this Key Art with you!
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Movie adaptations based off popular books, especially YA novels, are not going away anytime soon. The teen demographic for these films, are always anxious to see their favorite books play out on screen and how they compare to what they envisioned while reading. MOT Creative was honored to work on the recent Lionsgate film adaptation...
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We recently wrapped the Key Art campaign for Lionsgate Home Entertainment’s 8th installment in the Leprechaun franchise, Leprechaun Returns. Our spooky designs are making their debut along with the trailer which is full of gore, magic, and mayhem! The modern spin on the cult classic is set in a college sorority that is “going green” (in more ways...
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We love to see the movies we work on winning awards! Who Is Arthur Chu?, the documentary about the most controversial Jeopardy player of all time, won the award for Best Feature Documentary at the DisOrient Film Festival at LCC. The documentary explores the journey of Asian American people in pop culture as well as the online community, as it...
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What an amazing collaboration with Seraph Films, the team behind the horror film, The Nightmare Gallery! We are so ecstatic the poster is being so well received by horror fans alike. We incorporated the thematic material in the film, like the Egyptian Ankh and snake, emerging from we the beautiful face of talented Amber Benson (Buffy...
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Zombies, Carnivals, Meat Pies, Oh My! Our fun & grotesque carnival themed poster for the indie horror film, Attack of The Southern Fried Zombies, was featured at the Long Beach Comic Expo, and received lots of positive response! The film, directed by Daniel Wood, also won this years award for “Goriest Film” at the 2017...
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AFM was such an amazing experience, to see the different films in production and their poster work, and to see our posters printed, and larger than life! Here is our account executive Kaycelyn Atkinson and our client for the film Septillion to One, which is currently in development!
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Today the film 6 Days, becomes available for streaming on Netflix. The film stars Jamie Bell, and is based upon the 1980 siege of the Iranian embassy in London. We love when we can create art that is based off of true events. Read more about the film’s initial release and its amazing historical accuracy! https://www.screendaily.com/reviews/6-days-london-review/5123058.article
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