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Award-winning movie needs DVD art
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Entertainment & The Arts
What's your vision?
DVD art (case and disk) for an award-winning documentary film, "The Unimaginable Journey of Peter Ertel". Synopsis: An introspective German music student is drafted into Hitler's army and becomes a reluctant Platoon Leader. He miraculously survives both the Russian Front and the Normandy Invasion, and is recruited by his American captors to be a U.S. Government agent in postwar Germany. He eventually immigrates to the U.S., where he forges a 25-year career working for a small company owned by Orthodox Jews. A unique, first-person perspective of the war told with unprecedented candor, insight and raw emotion. Please watch the trailer: https://vimeo.com/69265950 I'm providing a rough layout of the front cover; it's a rather simple one that I'm leaning toward, but I welcome other ideas. The photo of the soldier in the meadow is of the title character and is the signature image of the film. I'm looking to see how this layout can be improved upon, perhaps using additional images (provided) a different font(s), possible tinting, etc. I'm also providing a 3 award laurels which might be incorporated. Another approach would be a montage using the images provided, but I wonder if it would be too busy given the limited space.
For inspiration, please check out https://www.criterion.com/shop/browse?sort=spine_number The attached images are representative of the major story chapters of the film. Note: the young woman at the piano was Peter's wife and was the guiding light in his life, especially throughout the period covered in the movie.
349 US$ Bronze package
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