Inspired by the musical and lyrical themes within Gods of Eden's second album titled "From the End of Heaven," Ushtaang ventured to create this fantastical world bordering on mythology and fiction.
Tarang, Hindi for "wave," is a stereoscopic exploration of the classical Indian dance-form of "Odissi". This multi-award winning piece pushes the bounds of possibilities of digital filmmaking by employing an innovative use of stereoscopic technology to create an expressive 3-dimensional collage of the fluid dance-form.
A film about a sculptor's pursuit to crystallize perfect moments within human, emotional relationships in stone and clay. Ushtaang spent four days with the sculptor, Larry Schueckler closely in his studio "Stone Voices" as he worked intimately with his clients and muse. The result is this cinema that captures the innocence and honesty within the artist's thoughts.
A two-dimensional animation presenting a smartphone app that simplifies finding the right wine for every occasion. Our team at Ushtaang visualized the provided script thorough character design and animation and created a friendly identity for WinePoynt.
A silent film that was made entirely in 48 hours, for the Houston 48 Hour Film contest, presents the story of a man lead astray by his curiosity for the secret life of a strange woman.
Eulogizing the obsolete; this piece presents the beauty in a dying building. Shot on location when the Plaza Hotel of College Station was demolished and the city gathered to celebrate the sight.
Inspired by the City of Bryan Texas, featuring the LaSalle Hotel in the historic downtown area, this short film cinematically explores a debutant's struggle with emotions.
Ushtaang (pronounced /əʃtɑːŋɡ/) is a collection of artists and strategists, and we take pride in creating unique works that redefine the bounds of technology. We passionately seek quality, clarity and efficiency in realizing innovate narratives and experiences within our work. We're propelled by a culture of determination and dedication.