Previs Reel

Reel Breakdown

Trolls: Geyser & Snake Sequence
Camera, Staging, Blocking, Animation, Snake Mouth Rigging

Trolls: Poppy & Branch True Colors Duet
Camera, Staging, Blocking, Animation, FX
 
Trolls: Bridget's transformation during I'm Coming Out
Camera, Staging, Blocking, Animation
 
KFP3: Mantis & Crane Searching for Their Friends
Camera, Staging, Blocking, Animation, FX
 
Trolls: Chef Returns
Camera, Staging, Blocking, Animation, FX, cape rigging

KFP3: Po and Li Shan's Argument
Camera, Staging, Blocking, Animation, Lighting

Mei Mei Short: Mei Mei and Bao Fighting for the Spotlight
Camera, Staging, Blocking, Animation

KFP3: Po and Li Shan Travel to Panda Village
Camera, Staging, Blocking, Animation, Lighting

Trolls: Poppy and Branch Infiltrate the Castle 
Camera, Staging, Blocking, Animation, Lighting, FX

A Tall Tale

Synopsis

Having always yearned for acceptance, an outcast with freakishly long legs discovers she may be the key to the survival of the very kingdom that cast her aside.

 

Cast & Crew

Written, Directed & Animated by:
Brittany Biggs

Voice Talent:
Doctor: Paul Statman
Girl: Miriam Korn
King: Mark McClain Wilson

Editing:
Jan Pfenninger

Music:
Jake Monaco

Flower Rigging:
Melissa Fontanini
Arjun Rihan

Flower Model:
Melissa Fontanini

Sound Design & Mix by:
Chevy Chen

Character Rigging Assistance:
Ryan Chen
Gabriel Soto Campa

King’s Bed Props:
Sepehr Dehpour

Film Festivals

Awards

  • Best Animation Short – Los Angeles Women’s International Film Festival (March 2011)
  • Runner-up for The 2010 HDFEST Deffie Award for Best Animated Short (December 2010)

Screenings

  • Cinema en cour(t)s at the Forum des Images in Paris (June 22, 2010)
  • International Animation Festival Hiroshima “Educational Film Market” (August 2010)
  • Anim’est International Animation Film Festival “Minimest” (October 2010)
  • Monstra’s Best of the World/Shorts (March 2011)

Official Selection

  • Annecy International Animation Film Festival (June 2010)
  • ASIFA-Hollywood Student Animation Festival (November 2010)
  • Animation Block Party (August 2010)
  • China International Cartoon and Animation Festival (CICAF) (April 2011)
  • Clearwater Film Festival (September 2010)
  • Dam Short Film Festival (February 2010)
  • Durango Independent Film Festival (March 2011)
  • Fearless Film Festival (April 2010)
  • 2010 Great Lakes International Film Festival (September 2010)
  • Hyde Tube Festival (November 2010)
  • International Student’s Film Festival at the Film & Television Institute of India (FTII) (September 2010)
  • Los Angeles International Children’s Film Festival (October 2010)
  • New Orleans International Children’s Film Festival (August 2010)
  • Newport Beach Film Festivals USC Showcase (April 2011)
  • Phoenix Comicon Film (May 2013)
  • Prescott Film Festival (July 2013)
  • Puchon International Student Animation Festival (PISAF) (November 2010)
  • San Diego International Children’s Film Festival (July 2010)
  • SF Bay Area International Children’s Film Festival (April 2010)
  • Savannah International Animation Festival 2010 (February 2010)
  • USC’s First Frame (April 2010)
  • Yosemite Film Festival (October 2010)

It's Christmas Time

Synopsis

A lonely Yeti tries to help two kids with their Christmas preparations.

  • “It’s Christmas Time” is from the motion picture “Make the Yuletide Gay” directed by Rob Williams.
  • Available on iTunes and Amazon.

Cast & Crew

Produced by:
Q6 Studios

Directed, Animated, and Edited by:
Brittany Biggs

Storyboards by:
Joanna Griebel

Backgrounds & Props by:
Bryan Young

Models by:
Jeff Chasin
Brittany Biggs
Adri Von Drehle

Film Festivals

  • Animation Block Party “Animation for Kids” Program (July 2011)
  • Animation Block Party “Animation for Kids” Program – additional screening in Omaha (March 2012)
  • Los Angeles International Children’s Film Festival at WonderCon (March 2012)

My 4th Grade Limericks: Revisited

Synopsis

A juxtaposition of the innocence I had as a child to knowledge I’ve gained as an adult.

 

Cast & Crew

Directed & Animated by:
Brittany Biggs

Written by:
4th Grade Brittany Biggs

Narrated By:
Gideon Emery

Music:
Austin Wintory