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Duck Race

When we heard about the city’s annual duck race, we thought we’d take a “quack” at it. Hitch a ride along with us here …

Posted 4 years, 10 months ago at 7:31 PM.

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Choir Concerts

We were recently in Germany and took great pleasure in documenting concerts, performed by the Gospel choirs, Voice and Soul, Sound of Colours and the Gotha Gospel Choir.




Posted 4 years, 10 months ago at 8:11 PM.

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Smombievasion (in development)


A biopunk parkour film set in a hyper-reality world of fungal zombies



When an anti-aging energy drink, sourced from fungal-zombie caterpillars, sparks a plague that has turned almost everyone into smartphone zombies (aka Smombies), a bioengineer must fight his gaming addiction, in order to save mankind from a self-serving genetics conglomerate. With the help of a hacker, who leaves behind augmented reality vlogs as clues, he teams up with a parkour traceur to fight off Smombies, along his journey in search of his lost identity. “Smombievasion” is a biopunk action adventure that is not all blood and gore, but more shrooms and spores! 


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Posted 5 years, 2 months ago at 12:45 AM.

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Home Takeaways

“Home Takeaways” is a heritage cooking series, featuring cultural recipes passed down from one generation to another. In the first season of 9 webisodes, we catch Debbie Chow, a Hong Kong-born Canadian, just before she relocates from her birthplace to USA with her American husband and two toddlers. She learns from her mother how to cook a selection of her favorite Cantonese dishes. These takeaways from home, she hopes, will not only allow her children to grow up enjoying Cantonese home cooking, but will also preserve bite-sized heritage for future generations to come.

Home Takeaways – soy sauce chicken

Home Takeaways – Sweet Ginkgo Nut Soybean Soup

More webisodes to come…

Posted 5 years, 2 months ago at 12:00 AM.

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The Phantom Tollbooth

Slate Takes took great pleasure in producing a DVD recording of the ISF Academy students’ stage performance of “The Phantom Tollbooth”.

Posted 6 years, 9 months ago at 12:24 AM.

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Reflections – a moving painting by an Artificial Intelligence

“Reflections” is a moving painting by an artificial intelligence, named Albert Iynstein. It reflects on Hong Kong’s fast-paced, often robotic city life, and juxtaposes it with nature’s humanisation in the form of a haiku. Using neural networks developed by Paint A.I., Albert Iynstein studied many visual artworks before his time, namely Picasso, Munch and Hokusai, which inspired him to apply their styles (not filters) to this moving painting artificially and intelligently.

Artificial Intelligent Painter: Albert Iynstein
Artificial Intelligence Developer: Boris Boege
A.I. Assistant Developer: Patrick Kosiol
Director & Haiku: Cassandra Chan

Posted 6 years, 9 months ago at 11:58 PM.

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Slate Takes took great pleasure in producing this product video for Quilo, from scripting, casting and directing to filming and editing, towards their Kickstarter campaign.

Posted 6 years, 9 months ago at 11:41 PM.

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CampaignAsia x Nielsen

Slate Takes provided consultancy to CampaignAsia and Nielsen in producing and editing this video about China’s number one digital advertising concern.

Posted 7 years, 2 months ago at 11:45 PM.

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Animation for Marriott China

We provided Marriott China a series of animation clips towards marketing.

Posted 8 years, 4 months ago at 11:26 PM.

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Transformers 4

Involvement: One of Slate Takes’ founders personally provided assistance to Michael Bay, the director of this Paramount Pictures production, which was partly filmed in Hong Kong during the month of October 2013.
Director: Michael Bay
Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Stanley Tucci, Kelsey Grammer
Status: To Be Released (June 2014)
Synopsis: (From A mechanic and his daughter make a discovery that brings down Autobots and Decepticons – and a paranoid government official – on them.

Posted 8 years, 6 months ago at 4:32 PM.

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