Dead Man’s Cell Phone by Sarah Ruhl directed by Carrie Baker March 29 – April 7, 2019
CAST: Jean – Emily Ross Gordon – Heath Robertson Dwight – Jared Olin Mrs. Gottlieb – Siri Tuttle Hermia/Stranger/Carlotta – Mary Conlin Ensemble – Keara Anderson, Keziah Anderson, Eric Barragan, Sam Thompson
PRODUCTION TEAM : Director – Carrie Baker Set Designer – Lara Lotze Costume Designer – Amanda Casterline Lighting & Projection Designer – Kade Mendelowitz Sound Designer – Andrew Cassel Stage Manager – Colby Freel
Intro: A 5-second .mov that includes the Theatre/Film UAF logo and website, featuring an Alpha-channel which can be used to automatically transition into your video (just 3 frames so it’s VERY short) and a dramatic music “bump” that goes with it.
1280 x 720, 30fps, 231 mb. http://theatrefilmuaf.org/resources/Theatre-Film-Logo-2014-Intro-w-alpha.mov (you may wish to “right-click” and “download” the file instead of opening it).
Outtro: A 15.04 second .mov that includes a “Swipe” with an Alpha-channel which can be used to automatically transition from your video (.5 seconds worth). After the 1-second total swipe, the Theatre/Film UAF logo and website are in the upper left corner, as the official UAF paint-splatter “donut” plays…with the UAF logo and “Naturally Inspiring” eventually wiping on. There is no music that accompanies this – it is an opportunity for you to continue your credits music.
1280 x 720, 24fps (that’s what UAF’s ‘donut’ was), 679 mb. http://theatrefilmuaf.org/resources/TheatreFilmUAFOuttro.mov (you may wish to “right-click” and “download” the file instead of opening it).
Overlay: An oversized version of the Theatre/Film UAF logo (with website) featuring an Alpha-channel which can be laid over your video or used as part of a credit crawl.
The logo is all in white. It is oversized so that you may easily adjust it to fit your needs, and perhaps consider using a “drop shadow”, “alpha-glow” (set to dark) or “stroke” effect (or combination of any/all of those without quickly running into a “square” edge.
This effect can look very classy with the opacity of the logo layer dropped down (to 60% for example) so that some original movement or color shows through.
921×823 transparent .png, 77kb (small): http://theatrefilmuaf.org/resources/TheatreFilm-Logo-BW-with-website-Overlay.png (you may wish to “right-click” and “download” the file instead of opening it).
Note: May appear blank in a web-browser because the logo is white and is surrounded by a transparent background. It will look fine in your video editor however.