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This profile was last updated on 11/4/14  and contains information from public web pages.
 
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Director Thom Glunt pitched ...
coatofarmspost.com, 4 Nov 2014 [cached]
Director Thom Glunt pitched a music video concept to Manicanparty for their song "Monarch.
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In addition to the images and text, Glunt added a visual reference with XX's video for "Chained."
Coat of Arms Post Production
www.coatofarmspost.com, 1 Mar 2014 [cached]
On-Set Editor: Thom Glunt
Coat of Arms Post Production
www.coatofarmspost.com, 1 Mar 2014 [cached]
Director: Thom Glunt
Director Thom Glunt pitched ...
coatofarmspost.com, 4 Nov 2014 [cached]
Director Thom Glunt pitched a music video concept to Manicanparty for their song “Monarch.
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In addition to the images and text, Glunt added a visual reference with XX’s video for “Chained.â€
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Opening with establishing shots of West Virginia, Thomas, and the brewery, the edit carefully depicts the character of the owners and their business.
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Director Thom Glunt explores such love in the music video for Donora's track entitled "Float Away. Chicago post-production studio, Coat of Arms worked with Glunt and with Pittsburgh studio, Upper Cut, to post the video.
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Last year we worked with Glunt on a video for O’Brother. Comparing this video to O'Brother's "Lo," you can see the diversity of Glunt's work while his underlying style still bleeds through. Although the “Lo†edit includes ten times more cuts and it takes on a more rebellious, science fiction tone, “Float Away†still includes Glunt’s independent voice and his drive for in-camera effects.
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After deciding on the concept and the creative direction, Glunt approached Jaye Morrisey of GLUe Workshop to collaborate on building the “Tower of Junk†that ends up on top of Hanner.
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Originally, Glunt intended to make the tower larger than what is shown in the video but due to time restraints, the tower ended up at 60% of its planned size.
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After production wrapped, Glunt delivered a 2tb drive of RED R3D files to Coat of Arms.
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Glunt initially wanted a cooler tone with the boy and a warmer tone with Hanner.
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Glunt chose Look II but wanted Hanner's skin tone to remain more even.
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There is a beautiful airiness and lightness to Donora's song and to the video, and Thom wanted to pronounce that further with light leaks. Specifically, he wanted to use leaks during Hanner's close up shots to mimic her emotions in the video. These light leaks were used deliberately throughout the video, some more pronounced than others.
To make the light leaks look natural, Lacocque color corrected and adjusted each one. He made the leaks more subtle by adding a vignette and by adjusting the exposure.
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After finishing a full cut, Glunt felt the video was missing an important element. In his original treatment, the boy had nearly emptied the entire house. Glunt wanted to show how hard this guy was working to keep his lady around.
Director Thom Glunt explores ...
coatofarmspost.com, 26 Mar 2013 [cached]
Director Thom Glunt explores such love in the music video for Donora's track entitled "Float Away.
...
Last year we worked with Glunt on a video for O'Brother. Comparing this video to O'Brother's "Lo," you can see the diversity of Glunt's work while his underlying style still bleeds through. Although the "Lo" edit includes ten times more cuts and it takes on a more rebellious, science fiction tone, "Float Away" still includes Glunt's independent voice and his drive for in-camera effects.
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After deciding on the concept and the creative direction, Glunt approached Jaye Morrisey of GLUe Workshop to collaborate on building the "Tower of Junk" that ends up on top of Hanner.
...
Originally, Glunt intended to make the tower larger than what is shown in the video but due to time restraints, the tower ended up at 60% of its planned size.
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Glunt answers.
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After production wrapped, Glunt delivered a 2tb drive of RED R3D files to Coat of Arms.
...
Glunt initially wanted a cooler tone with the boy and a warmer tone with Hanner.
...
Glunt chose Look II but wanted Hanner's skin tone to remain more even.
...
There is a beautiful airiness and lightness to Donora's song and to the video, and Thom wanted to pronounce that further with light leaks. Specifically, he wanted to use leaks during Hanner's close up shots to mimic her emotions in the video. These light leaks were used deliberately throughout the video, some more pronounced than others.
To make the light leaks look natural, Lacocque color corrected and adjusted each one. He made the leaks more subtle by adding a vignette and by adjusting the exposure.
...
After finishing a full cut, Glunt felt the video was missing an important element. In his original treatment, the boy had nearly emptied the entire house. Glunt wanted to show how hard this guy was working to keep his lady around.
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