Wave Nine (W9)

Finally here it is the first “wave nine” trailer by Gabriele Guerra!

The spoken intro pays homage to 4 great sci-fi classics as “THX 1138”, “Blade Runner”, “Dark Star” and “Them!”.

“W9” is a zero budget film, lo-fi style, cast and crew of four, 10 years in the making!

[ the audio of the trailer was disabled despite of non-profit and fair use; “re-enabled” by speeding it up to 101% ]

La Bambolina

Gabriele Guerra edited this unofficial video for the song “La Bambolina” by Pop-Rock italian group Baustelle. Gunshots are added to the soundtrack.

Poet's Nest

A MASH-UP is a derivative work consisting of two pieces of (generally digitalmedia conjoined together, such as a video clip with a different soundtrack applied for humorous effect, or a digital map overlaid with user-supplied data. (Retrieved from “http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/mashup“)

The following, created by Gabriele Guerra, is a very ambitious mash-up: instead of a mere trailer, it re-edits two whole movies, ending up with almost an hour of good quality entertainment. What is really impressive of the operation, is that the two sources are not ridiculized, but almost strengthened in their assumptions and drama. Check out the trailer below, then you’ll want to see the entire thing.

Click the links below to watch the entire movie:

PART 1– PART 2– PART 3– PART 4– PART 5– PART 6

DVRA MATER

DVRA MATER, the future of space exploration” was first released with no soundtrack in 2000, and is based on the original novel by G. Guerra (italian version in *.pdf format thanx to A. Ricci). Music by Marco Laudando.

<<click to watch (flash animation, 5.9MB).

Animation is inserted in the Stratosfortress anthology.

S.O.H(L).O.

In 2002 Elly Nagaoka asked me to produce an animation related to an architectural exhibition titled SmallOfficeHomeOffice that took place in Tokyo. Starring Gabriele Guerra as the Homeless Employee,  the song is “Miss Brown” by Switchyard.

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Below is the original file. Quality of sound and images is way superior.

<<click to watch (flash animation, 17M!)

Below is SOH(L)O as seen on Memo n°31, March 2003.