The trampoline is where the children go to play and to blow off steam. It is apt metaphor for this modern Minnesota tale. It represents the parent's and the teenagers energy, playfulness, rebellion and mood swings.
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2009 2-minute trailer, edited by Michael Irei, Audio and Color mixed by Pixelfarm, produced by Ace Allgood. For more information on his projects please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org Title design by Amy Patrick-Wojahn.
At one time, we thought Trampoline could be a 13 episode documentary series. We cut 12 episodes and made this long trailer to drum up interest for that idea. Our main editor at the time was Nick Nichols. He cut this trailer with audio mixing by Hashbrown.
2006 trailer edited by Nick Nichols, produced by Paul Johnson.
Kemper Harris was the first intern on Trampoline, he logged a lot of the footage and shot some behind the scenes videos. He became one of the assistant editors of the final piece. He cut this trailer to satisfy his film school requirements.
2005 trailer edited by Kemper Harris, advised by Mark Wojahn.