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Dreamscapes (2003)

Director Sean McBride captures dreams in images.


Sean McBride
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Teejay Wallace Teejay Wallace ... Dreamer: Another me (voice) (as TJ Wallace)
Tony Dirado Tony Dirado ... Dreamer: Last house standing (voice) (as Tony DiRado)
Joseph Procida Joseph Procida ... Dreamer: Holding my breath (voice)
Elizabeth Procida Elizabeth Procida ... Dreamer: Old friends (voice)
Mary McBride Mary McBride ... Dreamer: Call for prayers (voice)
Feroza Mistry Feroza Mistry ... Dreamer: Driving games (voice)
Tyler Krohn Tyler Krohn ... Dreamer: Killer robots (voice)
Ivy Boersma Ivy Boersma ... Other voices (voice)
Jasmine Chapgar Jasmine Chapgar ... Other voices (voice)
Jake Greenawalt Jake Greenawalt ... Other voices (voice)
Christopher Neal Christopher Neal ... Other voices (voice)
Jim Marone Jim Marone ... Other voices (voice)
Mike L. Mayfield ... Other voices (voice) (as Mike Mayfield)
Shannon McBride Shannon McBride ... Other voices (voice)
Mike Mclaughlin Mike Mclaughlin ... Other voices (voice) (as Mike McLaughlin)


Everybody dreams. Some dreams you vividly remember and there's nothing more exciting than tell others about them. There's only one problem, those others will miss the images that made the dream feel so real and vivid. Director Sean McBride has the perfect solution: tell him your dream and he'll provide the visuals. A crazy world of doppelgangers, bombardments, falling people, computer characters and killer robots flies by. Written by Arnoud Tiele (zelva@tiele.nl)

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Animation | Short


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Wow--a great job Mr. McBride
20 February 2008 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

This animated short film is like an entire animation festival shoved into a small film! I series of people of all ages talk about their dreams--at which time, animations are used to illustrate them. Now here is the exciting part--though the animations are all done by the same person, the styles are all very different and I assumed that the film was made by a team of people! As a result, you appreciate the amazing abilities of Mr. McBride in being so versatile and for making the images fit each dream.

Now for the dreams themselves, they're not all that compelling. Some represent the normal themes in dreams, some don't. However, what the dreams actually are and the narration are definitely secondary and are there more as an opportunity to animate them in many exciting and different ways. Nice job.

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