Fugitives steps into the world of the animated series Q-wunder as the lead creative editorial, character animation, and visual effects team. The 12-Episode series aiming to sharpen children’s social and emotional skills brought back to life Q the genius monkey, his side kick Q-bot and over 1000 props and backgrounds to tell this clever and fun season. Each episode combines live-action green screen footage with animation, music videos, games, and interactive content. The show features celebrity guests such as Michael Strahan, David Arquette, Nick Lachey, & Wiz Khalifa. Fugitives partnered with OraTV & EQtainment, to work on the animated series. Fugitives collaborated with Nomad, A new animation studio based out of Sao Paula, Brazil. Rafael and his animators were instrumental in bringing the animated series to life and is a continued commitment in our efforts to find and cultivate relationships that work no matter where they are stationed. Here is a look behind the scenes into the production of Q-wunder with Fugitives.
Unite Virginia, an LGBTQ media company, speaks with Fugitives' Chris Gernon on the ability of Virtual Reality to raise awareness on real human issues, for social good. Chris shares the story of Francis, and how Fugitives has been able to use marketing skills for the greater good, allowing viewers to experience Francis' struggle with mental health.
Fugitives 2017 ReelDescription: Our work does the heavy lifting in this new reel for Fugitives, and for 2017, there's a new dash of personality.
A new 'reality' is taking the festival circuit by storm, exploring the ways films are experienced.
Fugitive's, Chris Gernon talks about his documentary film, Francis, and how he and his team used virtual reality to give viewers an in depth look at the effects of mental illness in The Advocate.
Fugitives is opening its doors at our brand new space in the heart of Frogtown. Come by and see we're up to
Fugitives Editorial's lead storyteller, Chris Gernon shares his gift of storytelling and his desire to evoke change in the world.
Digital Trends recently spoke with Fugitives Editorial and StoryUP, two creative agencies putting virtual reality to work not just for entertainment, but for actual good.
Today, we're providing an in-depth behind the scenes look at our VR film, Francis. It’s a glimpse into our creative process and what it took to create a VR film of this magnitude at a time when the VR industry is truly in it's infancy.
As we begin a new year, with goals to top the previous one, Chris Gernon & Fugitives looks back at 2015.
Another year on the run.
Here's a look through our most cherished creations from the year of 2014.