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By, February 19, 2014 0 Uncategorized, Web / Social Media

GreenScreen Animals continues to expand its library of digital stock animal footage. The use of green screen allows producers the easiest, safest, and most cost effective way to include an animal in their production – saving both time and money…. Read More »

By, November 20, 2013 0 Comedy, Web / Social Media

Recently we decided to put our designers to the test to create an entertaining and educational video for kids using the various animals from our library, and we couldn’t be happier with the result. What they made was Real Animal… Read More »

By, June 21, 2013 0 Motion Picture, Television, Web / Social Media

At the Hollywood Center Studio’s Virtual Set we photographed live animals on their green screen stage. On day 1 we had two snarling Wolves. Day 2 we worked with a Lion, a dancing Macaw and a Capuchin Monkey. On the… Read More »

By, April 17, 2013 0 Motion Picture, Television, Web / Social Media

The LA Times published an article this morning about GreenScreen Animals. Richard Verrier of the LA Times came to visit the set of our most recent green screen shoot and wrote a few kind words about our company and our… Read More »

By, April 5, 2013 0 Motion Picture, Television

We, here at GreenScreen Animals, are getting ready for our next green screen shoot for our library acquisition. It has been 5 years since the first shoot and we have upgraded the quality significantly since then. For this shoot, we… Read More »

By, April 6, 2012 0 Comedy, Web / Social Media

Recently, Disney released its hit mobile app “Where’s My Water?” featuring Swampy the lovable alligator.  Evolution Los Angeles was the production company hired to design the campaign, and decided to juxtapose a snarling live-action alligator with the friendly, animated Swampy…. Read More »

By Mark, January 2, 2012 0 Comedy, Television

I thought I’d write a quick post about a commercial Green Screen Animals shot for the Sprint Nexus S 4G phone here in Los Angeles. The client, Goodby, Silverstein & Partners called us up to shoot some cats for a new… Read More »

By, November 1, 2011 0 Comedy, Television

Greenscreen Animals continues to offer an ever-growing range of the ultra-high quality and exclusive, stock animal footage that allows producers easiest, most cost effective way to get images that would normally be difficult and expensive to capture. In the case… Read More »

By, September 1, 2011 0 Historical

Animals have been a constant yet little considered presence in film. Many actually spoke. Leo, the MGM mascot was the face of this studio. Rhetorical animal performers were even dressed as humans. In 1940 The American Humane Association’s, Film and… Read More »

By, July 30, 2011 3 Historical, Motion Picture

The filming of animals au natural has always challenged filmmakers and helped in the development of new film techniques. Film has increasingly influenced animal imagery in the public domain and that force of the viewer’s response to the animal is… Read More »