This channel highlights the latest and greatest works out of Holt*Arts Entertainment. Your feedback is very important to us, so feel free to speak your mind!
This intro animation turns the * into a star that gently floats down into position, then shuts off. Turn the bass up for this one!
It's a whomicide! When a prostiwho is found dead on the roof of a Who home, Detective Whoratio Kane and his team of crime scene investigators work to locate and apprehend the killer.
This is the "Chase" project my friend Lorraine and I made for our Film Style Production class. A series of mysterious sounds disrupts a man's peaceful meditation and leads him to see himself from a different, haunting perspective. Starring Chuck C. Jones
My 8mm project for Film Styles class... Project Rules: The project was shot on 8mm film. I was given one cartridge of film, which can shoot up to 2min of footage. There is no sound, and no post production. Every shot has to be filmed IN ORDER and timed as you record it (because there's no editing later). This was my very first experience with REAL film. Hope you like! :)
This is my Process Documentary project for film class. The rules: No staging, must be 2-4 minutes long (not including credits), and must have NO dialogue or narration. This is actually my first attempt at a documentary-style film as well. Pass or Fail?
My friend Jonny and I made this video for Chick-fil-A's "Biggest Fan" video contest. In the nationwide contest, we ended up coming out 3rd, which gets us a year of free Chick-fil-A, a 36in plush cow, and some other sweet SWAG... Anyway, he'll do anything for Chick-fil-A! Even if it means finding a BIGGER fan, he will stop at NOTHING.
Justin Caldwell performs at the Cottonwood Art Festival in Richardson, TX with the Wafers. Performance Date: 10.07.2007
A man suffering from OCD wakes up and goes through his morning routine. After finally completing this long and repetitive process, he tries to leave his home--only to discover that some unknown force is keeping him from doing so. This metaphorical piece emphasizes the importance of breaking out of the routine before it enslaves you.
I made this music video with a friend back in high school. Basically, we were bored over the summer and decided to do THIS! Oddly enough, it actually ended up being one of my favorite videos. Thank you Cardigans for the perfect conclusion to my high school career.
Part of a project in my Senior Government class in high school, this political ad uses the "namecalling" technique to make Bush look better than Kerry
Part of a project in my Senior Government class in high school, this political ad uses the "plain folks" technique to make Bush look better than Kerry
Part of a project in my Senior Government class in high school, this political ad uses the "glitter" technique to make Kerry look better than Bush
Part of a project in my Senior Government class in high school, this political ad uses the "transfer" technique to make Kerry look better than Bush
A claymation I made for my English class, Freshman year of high school. I couldn't figure out how to move the lips in sync with voices, so I improvised. They bark and meow, with subtitles.
The trrailer for my first "independent production," which is actually a 30 minute long, 70s TV show-style, commercial-ridden, cop mystery. It's diggable!
This fake movie trailer was made out of some footage I shot of my brother playing with a sword in Virginia. We were waiting for my people to come outside and take us to my grandma's 100th birthday party, which was held in a funeral home by the way. Anyway...impromptu movie trailer, and probably one of my favorite ones!
For this one I used a stock clip that came with my editor, which I colorized and altered, turning it into this!