Chris Gervais

Designer / Videographer

A Brief Bio

Chris is as an award-winning filmmaker with a background in conceptual illustration and graphic design, Chris has worked in various aspects of video production including cinematography, sound design and motion graphics. He’s led by a passion to find compelling stories and tell them through various mediums.

“There isn’t anyone you couldn’t love if you heard their story.” – Mr. Rogers

Skills

○     Graphic Design

○     Web Video

○     Motion Graphics

○     Film Production Writer/Director

○     Musician/Composer

Select Filmography

  • Fantastic Tales of the Unknown [TV Show] Writer/Director
  • Artifacts [Short, 2010] Composer
  • Palmetto Haunting [Feature, 2010] Composer
  • The Strange and Unusual [Feature 2013] Visual Effects
  • I Am Worthless [Feature, 2012] Actor
  • Devil’s Crossing [Feature, 2011] Production Designer

Favorite Movie Quotes/Dialogue

○     “Down here, it’s our time. It’s our time down here.” – Goonies

○     “You lost today, kid. But that doesn’t mean you have to like it.’”- Indiana Jones

○     “We’re all going to die and they’re never going to give me my license.” – E.T.

○     “No, man, seriously. Am I weird? Yeah, but so what? Everybody’s weird.” – Stand By Me

○     “But nothing could stop him.” – Hearts In Atlantis*

 

* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-IHxD_4JP0

 

Chris Gervais's RevenBlog

5 Reasons Movies Are About To Get Better

The cinema ain’t what it used to be. The age of reboots has left us all a little disillusioned, and doubtful about the direction of Hollywood. You’ll find more than one major filmmaker spouting warnings about the dire future of…

Star Wars Nicolas Cage Meme

Meme Me!

  What’s the most infamous line in the Star Wars saga? “Luke, I am your father,” right? There’s only one problem. That line is NEVER spoken in a Star Wars movie. Are you shocked? Probably not. It’s unlikely I’m the…

Rebooting The Me Generation

I moved alongside a small group of peers from my exact demographic from an Imax movie into a theater corridor.  We were stopped dead in our tracks by the sound of something emerging from a nearby theater. It was heavy…

You must have rules!

To learn a craft is to learn rules. It’s the spine of our education as children. We’re made to recite facts and follow rules and the assumption is we will take this combination and create a productive adult. When mastering…

Making Machines That Run On Characters

I’ve spent the last couple of years immersing myself in education and advice on screenwriting/storytelling. There’s a million storytelling ninjas out there with differing ideas on how it’s done and so many of them (who aren’t selling a book) will…

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