Entry #84 - Print design - by maloandjelce

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Skyline Drive


Custom Print & Packaging Design package

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By Arun
  • Last feedback - Wed, 04 Jun 2008 22:58:17 +0000
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Design brief

Brief Summary

We are looking for an early promotional image for our upcoming feature, Skyline Drive. The film is a puzzle plot thriller, loosely based on Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None, in which nine characters come together at a Virginia mountain lodge and all end up dead.

Brand Name

Skyline Drive


We are looking for an image we can print on a standard sized postcard for pre-promotion of an upcoming film. If it can be mocked up to look like a film poster that would be great. We don't have a strong preference for landscape or portrait but we would prefer if it could follow the conventions of a standard movie poster (i.e. credits in small type in a block at the bottom - see for example)

We don't have any confirmed cast attached yet so we can't use faces or cast names. But you might chose to include some of the following elements in the composition: a roadsign with the title on it, a panorama of the Blue Ridge mountains at twilight, a fairly upmarket mountain lodge complex.

Credits to include at this stage:

Digitalis Entertainment presents a Digitalis Entertainment Production. A film by Arun Bharali.

Skyline Drive

Sound Mark Botfield

Costume Designer Uffe Frank

Produced by John Dawson and Arun Bharali

Screenplay by Reagan Williams and Arun Bharali

Directed by Arun Bharali

We may wish to blow the design up to poster size also so we would like to get the file in a scalable format.

  • Limited color scheme
  • Font and style choice connoting "classy and interesting independent feature".
  • Must convey the impression that the film is a thriller
Don't Wants
  • Stylistic choices that suggest an STV Z-grade exploitation film, e.g. letters dripping blood.
  • Comedic tone.
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