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In 2010 I visited Paris with a two man film crew -myself included- to interview two of the hottest Parisian title designers for the Watch the Titles double DVD. Kook Ewo was one of them. In this 10-minute mini-documentary the motion designer takes us through the process of creating his uncanny title sequences for Splice and Silent Hill

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Part of the interview was, in fact, shot in the test screening room of Davis Films, the studio that produced the Silent Hill movie, for which Kook provided the opening titles and the end credit sequence, as well as visual effects. "It's not about pushing your style into the movie of another." 

Next week we will feature Kook Ewo's brand-new end credits for Silent Hill: Revelation

This interview is part of a series of 9 video interviews with title designers that previously appeared on the Watch the Titles 2 DVD-set.

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Kook Ewo

Born in 1979, Kook Ewo is a Paris-based title designer and director, who first came to prominence with his work on Silent Hill. He has since started directing commercials, shorts movies including Sept. and Black Night is Falling. Ewo's main titles include Splice, Fracture and Solomon Kane. He is a teacher at Goblins School of the Image (Paris' school of Visual Arts) in the Motion Design section. In 2010, Watch The Titles interviewed Ewo in his studio in Paris. In 2011, Ewo co-founded Motion + Design, a fascinating initiative to found the world's first physical center for motion design.

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Remco Vlaanderen
Robijn Voshol
Paul de Heer
Thanks to
Metropolitan and Davis Films 

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