Pigeon Impossible

Lucas Martell has released the final version of his award-winning short film “Pigeon Impossible“, after five years of fine tuning. The end result is a hilarious 6-minute romp through the streets of Washington D.C. as our hero fights to save himself and the world from the chaos reigned down by a hungry pigeon.

Pigeon Impossible Bagel

Pigeon Impossible Poster

A rookie secret agent is faced with a problem seldom covered in basic training: what to do when a curious pigeon gets trapped inside your multi-million dollar, government-issued nuclear briefcase.

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Pigeon Impossible was written, directed, produced and animated by Lucas Martell, who documents his process online pigeonimpossible.com/podcast/ and blog.pigeonimpossible.com.

Working with Lucas were editor/writer Austin Menges and composer Christopher Reyman.

Further credits include additional story by Scott Rice and Gopal Bidari, animators Jason Lindsay, Adrian Zambrano, Rodney Brunet, Adnan Chatriwala, Models/Textures artists Tad Catalano, Jason Nichols, Don DeGrasse, Ousama Itani, Eric Burke, Hair/Cloth artist Tad Catalano, Environment Coordinator Ousama Itani, art director Belal Hibri, Additional Character Designers Amalia Litsa, Lindsey Villareal, Magnus Skold, sound designers and mixers David Bewley and Corey Roberts at 501 Audio.

Post production was done at 501 Post, Austin, by executive producer George O’Dwyer, eQ Artist Jim Reed and associate producer Gopal Bidari.

Music was performed by The Millikin University Jazz Orchestra and The Austin Wind Symphony.

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