Pablo has a star studded trailer and a mix of styles
You may not know who Pablo Ferro is, and frankly I don't have space to sit and list his film credits because there are just too many, but the man has been involved in a vast array of films and with a huge list of big name directors. His greatest work has been on title design for films such as Dr. Strangelove, Bullitt all the way through to L.A. Confidential, the Men in Black series, Good Will Hunting and many, many more.
So it's great to find there's a documentary coming that will reveal the work, the talent and the life of the man who is responsible for art work and title design on some big name films we've seen.
Pablo also carries a strong cast of names involved in the documentary brought to life by Richard Goldgewicht, you'll see directors, producers and actors talking about the man, his life and his work, and throughout the film we'll hope to see those very title sequences.
Here's the blurb for Pablo:
Pablo blends documentary and animation elements to tell the saga of "famous unknown" Pablo Ferro, a man with a personal journey that spans from Havana, during the pre-Cuban revolution to his current home, in the garage behind his son's house. The animation part of the film takes us through the dream-scape of Pablo's memories, while the documentary footage chronicles a very eccentric lifestyle of a 72 year old artist, once hailed by Stanley Kubrick as the father of the sixties look and the MTV aesthetics.
The trailer through TrailerAddict itself looks a strong mix of styles, in keeping with the man's work, and could be a visually engaging film as well as a hugely interesting one.
You can see the trailer for Pablo right here and hopefully we'll get to see some cinematic releases at some point this year or next.