The movie shows the quest of Julios, a farm boy, to win the battle against his demons. Julios tries to kill the voice inside him that says "You will fail, you are nothing!", and tries to find the answer to the question "Do I have value?" In the beginning Julios just wants to stay on his farm with his mother and nothing more. But he needs to live! Directed by Brazilian machinima filmmaker Donnovan. Recammed by JayZilla.
Today we are going inside the Quake movie director's studio to re-visit the films of Leo Lucien-Bay, aka Dr. Nemesis, one of the first prominent black machinima directors. Join us, thru the time traveling power of the Internet Archive, as we revisit the lost Quake movies of Dr. Nemesis.
Phil "Overman" Rice machinima legend's podcast from 2006. “The end skit was hella funny. Was worth listening the whole thing just for that.” – Dr. Nemesis
Directed by Leo Lucien-Bay aka Dr. Nemesis, 2001. Sorry for the quality of the recording (esp. in very beginning): did my best with the challenge of getting old demo files running in sync on newer operating system.
Paul Marino discusses his newly released book, "3D Game-Based Filmmaking: The Art of Machinima," October 6, 2004, on G4TV.
Bouncers, Kebabs & Ruby Murries ('Bouncers' for short) took about a year and a half of pre-production in which time we learned new things, forgot some of those things, and made a Machinima series quite unlike any to date.
A unique piece of Machinima, Dragons is about self feeding evil, if u MUST have the story, after that enjoy the fight. A vast improvement from the fight and animation in Bouncer Please, however was only done with CFX. Caters both for the art, and the action flick fans. Enjoy.