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RED ƎYE Pictures (PAY, Arbite Macht Frei, The Mad TriX, Stop-and-Cop, Cow Hard, The Cockbite) and Synesis Films (The House of Tears, Romain & Julien, Black Day) proudly present J.K. Arsyn's BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem, an award-winning film from RED ƎYE Studios.

Plot

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A world-famous festival… A sparkling treasure… A charming and sturdy hero… An enticing chick… And a lot of bad naughty blokes!

Tagline
Find the hoard, beat the bad guys… and seduce the chick!
Summary
BoOzy’ OS is seeking the Great “Cristal” of Annecy.

Synopsis

Coming from outer space, an intergalactic cow invites BoOzy’ OS to join the biggest animation film festival of the universe. BoOzy’ imagines himself winning the competition and decides to seek the famous “Cristal” of Annecy, with the help of OSmic the Hedgeh’ OS and other cool dudes.

But the dark paunchy Mari’ OS is determined to recover the loot before him.

Description

BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem, or simply The Cristal Gem (BoOzy’ OS et la Gemme de Cristal, or La Gemme de Cristal in its original French version), is a spoof animated short film directed by J.K. Arsyn, first released at Annecy International Animation Film Festival 2013 during the “+ de courts !” international event organized by Dailymotion, Cartoon Network Studios and Annecy. Presented as a draft, the film arrived first.

The film uses different digital 2D animation techniques (frame-by-frame, vector animation, motion graphic design, compositing...) and includes some 3D modeled and animated objects.

Based on the BoOzy’ OS franchise

BoOzy’ OS is a media franchise created by J.K. Arsyn that follows BoOzy’ OS, a brawny caveman who lives wacky adventures in a prehistoric fantasy world. The related cartoon series The Adventures of BoOzy’ OS was developed by RED ƎYE Studios and published by CreaSyn Studio in the late 2000s.

Orthography and AKAs

BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem has been translated into many languages.

Regardless of the language, the spelling of the name “BoOzy’ OS” remains unchanged: it keeps the same case and adopts the typographic apostrophe “” (Right Single Quotation Mark, Unicode: U+2019) following “BoOzy” without a space and preceding “OS”; “” and “OS” are always separated by a non-breaking space as follows: “’ OS”.

With reference to the Annecy award, it was decided to keep the spelling of “Cristal” as it is in each language.

Why make it simple when you can make it complicated?

Below is a list of translated titles.

Cast

Dubbing

J. Arsyn
Julien d'Arsyn
BoOzy’ OS
G. Colazzo
Georges Colazzo
Victor Chai

Full crew

Directing
DirectorJ.K. Arsyn (sometimes as Ken Arsyn)
Writing
Story & screenplayJ.K. Arsyn (sometimes as Ken Arsyn)
Production
ProducerJ.K. Arsyn
Image department
GraphistJ.K. Arsyn (sometimes as Ken Arsyn)
AnimatorJ.K. Arsyn (sometimes as Ken Arsyn)
EditorJ.K. Arsyn
Motion designerJ.K. Arsyn
Sound department
MusicSynth of Rage
ComposerJ.K. Arsyn (sometimes as Ken Arsyn)
MusicianAxel “XLR” Rock
Sound effectsJ.K. Arsyn (sometimes as Ken Arsyn)
Sound editor & mixerJ.K. Arsyn
Additional crew
TranslatorsSamuela Ricci (Italian)
Iulia Oprea (Romanian)
Berenice Salas (Spanish)
Ferhat Taşkiran (Turkish)
Thaleia Kosma (Greek)
ThanksAude Sedjar, Athanasia Melis
Special thanksDouglas TenNapel, David Perry, Yūzō Koshiro, Walt Disney Pictures, James Cameron, Renny Harlin, Robert Zemeckis, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Sega, Sonic Team, Naoto Ōshima, Hirokazu Yasuhara, Yuji Naka, Masato Nakamura, Nintendo, Shigeru Miyamoto, Jan Kounen, Mac Guff, id Software, Adrian Carmack, Kevin Cloud and so many more...

Production

Genesis

On March 4, 2013, J.K. Arsyn heard about a competition organized by the Annecy International Animation Film Festival and Dailymotion. The theme was: “Feet in the lake, head in the movies”. The aim was to present a short animated film of no more than five minutes before March 31, 2013; (Originally, the call for entries was launched on November 23, 2012) the film also had to refer to and carry the "International Animation Film Festival" and "Annecy 2013" keywords.

The subject was thrilling but the question was: how to make an animated film from start to finish in less than four weeks, knowing that the deadline was far too short to bring in a budget and a crew? J.K. Arsyn considered several characters he had created, such as The Pimikaks, and finally his choice fell on BoOzy’ OS, a prehistoric man he had first designed at the age of six and who is the main protagonist of the media franchise of the same name, from which comic books from the 1990s and the 2009 animated series The Adventures of BoOzy’ OS are based. This seemed to be the ideal choice as BoOzy’ OS lives in an anachronistic world where he is often faced with current situations.

The idea of creating The Cristal Gem was born.

Development

Development of The Cristal Gem began within the RED ƎYE studios in Roanne, near Lyon, on March 5, 2013. On March 20, the Annecy Festival announced that Cartoon Network Studios had joined the competition as a major partner. As a result of this unexpected statement, an additional deadline has been set until April 14, 2013, which allowed the director to add a few scenes as otherwise the film would have been around two minutes long.

The Cristal Gem will have been designed in 38 days on a low-power computer, a Dual-Core with 2 GiB of RAM that couldn't display the result in real time. The film includes more than 1,300 different drawings quickly made in Adobe Illustrator and edited and animated in Adobe After Effects; for lack of time, J.K. Arsyn simplified the graphics and reused some elements from his previous films, including the grass and some 3D insects and animals from The Cockbite for instance or a few words spoken by Victor Chai (Georges Colazzo) in Cow Hard. As in the animated series, he exclusively used oral sound effects.

The more time passed, the later J.K. Arsyn went to bed, fearing not being able to finish on time. From April 12 to the end of the contest, he did not go to bed any more. Deeming himself late, he no longer went to eat and his partner prepared meals she placed on her desk so that he could eat while working.

The editing has been done in a hurry the night before the closing date for entries, but J.K. Arsyn realized he had overdone it: at that time the film lasted 8 minutes and 32 seconds. It was therefore necessary to speed up the pace and delete a few scenes in order to respect the rules which imposed a maximum duration of five minutes. Faced with material constraints, some sets that were too “heavy” to be rendered by the machine were removed just before the final export, which occured less than an hour before the registration and submission deadline.

Thus Arsyn “discovered” his own work on the day he sent it to the festival, without the possibility of correcting any errors. This is the reason why he never accepted this version and considered a director's cut or a remake. After he sent the film, he fainted from fatigue. This still happened twice the next day.

Music

The music is by Synth of Rage, a parodic retrowave band leaded by Axel “XLR” Rock and J.K. Arsyn, known for incorporating a strong 1980 and 1990s video game influence into their music and image.

J.K. Arsyn listened to hundreds of pieces while working on the graphics and selected several tracks from games running on the Sega Genesis / Mega Drive like Streets of Rage, Sonic the Hedgehog and The Lost World: Jurassic Park as well as Donkey Kong Country for the Super Nintendo, which he all used as a basis. In order to optimize working time, the music was written during the image rendering phases.

However he didn't want the musical rendering to be like at that time, since the graphics of the film were more modern and did not include pixel art, as he would have liked for the “Cristal Gem Zone” part (that parodies a Sonic level) if he had more time.

Inspiration and nods

Warning: this section contains spoilers

One of the themes of the BoOzy’ OS series is to blend the era of storytelling with the one we live in, incorporating elements of popular culture. The Cristal Gem is no exception to the rule and makes many winks, even parodies of well-known works. More specifically for this episode, this sometimes allowed the director to compensate for the lack of time allotted, especially when it came to developing some characters' animation.

Below is a list of the main winks, more can be found.

Video games

Earthworm Jim and DooM
BoOzy’ OS
BoOzy’ OS running
Rob’ OSmic
Rob’ OSmic loosing his pants
Some movements and mimics of Earthworm Jim, a video game character created in 1994 by Douglas TenNapel and programmed by David Perry, have influenced those of BoOzy’ OS (especially when the latter runs to his beloved or when he escapes from the bush by clinging to L’ OS t’SoOl's horns) and Rob’ OSmic (when he loses his pants).
BoOzy’ OS
BoOzy’ OS going to new lands with L’ OS t’SoOl

The flaming skull chasing BoOzy’ OS before being used as a means of locomotion (see illustration above) is a nod to DooM's “lost souls”. Here it is called “L’ OS t’SoOl”.
Mario and Sonic

Mari’ OS, the mustachioed and paunchy villain of the story, wears a cap bearing the hammer and sickle symbol and is a wink to Nintendo's mascot Mario designed by Shigeru Miyamoto.

Mari’ OS
Mari’ OS running
Mari’ OS
Mari’ OS turning into…
Rob’ OSmic
… Rob’ OSmic!

When BoOzy’ OS chases Mari’ OS, he turns into OSmic the Hedgeh’ OS, referring to the Sega mascot Sonic the Hedgehog created by Naoto Ōshima, Yuji Naka and Hirokazu Yasuhara; then when Mari’ OS finds the “Cristal”, he reveals his true identity turning into Rob’ OSmic, the equivalent of Sonic's nemesis Robotnik. Besides, this scene refers to Sega versus Nintendo console war and offers an alternative story where Sega emerges victorious from this duel.

OSmic title screen
OSmic the Hedgeh’ OS title screen
Cristal Gem Zone
Cristal Gem Zone start screen
OSmic
OSmic running
Video game musics
The main music theme, Keep the BoOzin', is inspired by Yuzo Koshiro's Keep the Groovin' (from the original Streets of Rage video game). Both musics of the OSmic intro and the “Cristal Gem Zone” are inspired by those of Sonic the Hedgehog. The jungle sequence music was influenced by a piece from Donkey Kong Country, released in November 1994 on the Super Nintendo. The music of the final battle opposing BoOzy’ OS and Rob’ OSmic is a wink to The Lost World: Jurassic Park released on the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive in 1997.

Cinema

Fake posters

Many fake movie posters are included and feature the hero in situations borrowed from great classics of animation like Disney's Aladdin (becoming Aladdingue or Aladding in another editing), The Lion King (becoming Le Roi Fion) and Disney's Beauty and the Beast (becoming La Belle et la BoOz), as well as films like James Cameron's Avatar (becoming Avataré), Renny Harlin's Cliffhanger (becoming Cristal and Girls) and Robert Zemeckis' Back to the Future (becoming BoOz to the Future).

Aladdingue
Aladdingue
Avataré
Avataré
BoOz to the Future
BoOz to the Future
Le Roi Fion
Le Roi Fion
The Beauty and the BoOz
The Beauty and the BoOz
The Mazd’ OS
The Mazd’ OS jumping over Lake Annecy
Other films
When Victor Chai's car jumps over Lake Annecy, it is a wink to the animated part of Jan Kounen's 99 Francs.

J.K. Arsyn's films
Most of Arsyn's previous films are cited through various winks.

The jungle sequence features characters and elements from The Cockbite: snakes, butterflies and some leaves and grass twigs come from The Cockbitanga, while the tyrannosaurus is a nod to The Cockbitosaurus. The old lady and her quince liqueur should have appeared but this part was removed at the last moment so that the duration of the film does not exceed five minutes.

Victor Chai, played by Georges Colazzo, is the main character of Cow Hard; he drives the same vehicle as before (a Mazda RX-7), except that the car body is made of bones (the car model becomes the “Mazd’ OS RX-7”). During the ride, the lady crossing the road with her buggy is from the 2010 feature film Melting Cop, and the cop is from the Stop-and-Cop series of films ; instead of the baton, he brandishes a bone. Just before the Mass d'OS is hit by the projectile fired by the cop, the symbolic tree from SynCop can be seen.

BoOzy’ OS's dulcinea wears a necklace whose pendant is the icon of the 2010 experimental series K. Arsyn's Synaude.

Tarz’ OS
Tarz’ OS

Literature

The jungle sequence, featuring Tarz’ OS, refers to Edgar Rice Burroughs' Tarzan. Tarz’ OS moves from tree to tree, clinging to his tongue which he takes for a liana.

Reception

Enjoying great public success during the 2013 Annecy competition, The Cristal Gem was qualified as a “Star Video” on Dailymotion, reaching 144,000 views in a year and a half. Highlighted on Orange website, the movie was ranked as the “most watched Art Video” on June 10, 2013, before creating buzz on YouTube on August 13 of the same year. In November 2014, BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem was considered one of the "120 successes of Dailymotion". As of December 2015, the film has amassed nearly 169,000 views on the French video hosting site.

Reviews

Ratings

Pros

Suggap
4.0/10
Video Detective
6.4/10
Merlion Score
7.0/10

Audience

IMDb
7.3/10 - 1,670 votes
Alchetron
8.0/10 - 1,421 votes
Binged
7.6/10 - 5 votes
CSFD
7.6/10 - 11 votes
GoldPoster
8.2/10 - 10 votes
КіноБаза
7.6/10 - 5 votes
Mafab
8.5/10 - 90 votes
OFDB
8.1/10 - 9 votes
OMDb
8.1/10 - 11 votes
Peliplat
7.7/10
Simkl
8.4/10 - 20 votes
TMDb
7.9/10 - 31 votes
Trakt
7.9/10 - 22 votes
fdbPending...N/A/10
FilmAffinityPending...N/A/10
KinopoiskPending...N/A/10
KinoriumPending...N/A/10
SensCritiquePending...N/A/10 - 18 votes
AlloCiné
3.3/5 - 30 votes
BetaSeries
4.3/5 - 4 votes
CinéSéries
3.7/5 - 1,667 votes
Facebook
4.9/5 - 180 votes
Letterboxd
3.5/5 - 36 votes
TasteDive
4.8/5 - 643 votes
DVDtoile
5.2/6 - 13 votes
BDFCI
16.9/20 - 15 votes

Interview

Accolade

Awards

Wins

YearPlaceFestivalCategory
2013 AnnecyAnnecy International Animation Film Festival+ de Courts !
2014 ParisLe mois du court-métrageBest Short Film
2020 Santa PolaSea & Beach Film FestivalBest Movie Poster
2022 PunakhaDruk International Film Festival (DIFF)Best Animated Film (Outstanding Achievement Award)
2023 SingaporeWorld Film Carnival Singapore (WFCS)Best Animated Film (Outstanding Achievement Award)
KolkataCult Critic Movie Awards (CCMA)Best Animated Film (Outstanding Achievement Award)
RomeRome International Movie AwardsBest Parody
Best Director
Best Original Score
Best VFX

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DIFF award
J.K. Arsyn at the Druk International Film Festival (Paro, Bhutan)
WFCS award
J.K. Arsyn at the World Film Carnival Singapore (Singapore)

Nominations

YearPlaceFestivalCategory
2020 Saint-VincentOniros Film AwardsBest Animation
Santa PolaSea & Beach Film FestivalBest Soundtrack
2021 CasablancaMorocco International Short Film Festival (Morocco Fest)Best Short Film
2022 PuneOregon Film FestivalBest Film

Videos

The Cristal GemMovieYouTube | Vimeo | Dailymotion
April 14, 2013

[FR] J.K. Arsyn interviewParis à contre-jourYouTube | Vimeo | Dailymotion
August 5, 2014

BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem10 years!YouTube | Vimeo
April 15, 2023

GIFS

Gif-01 Gif-02 Gif-03 Gif-04

Soundtrack

MusicSynth of Rage
ComposerJ.K. Arsyn
PerformerAxel “XLR” Rock

Albums

Tracks

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Track #01Synth of Rage | "Keep the BoOzin’"SoundCloud | ReverbNation | Bandcamp
BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem’ OSt — March 23, 2013

Track #02Synth of Rage | "OSmic the Hedgeh’ OS title theme"SoundCloud | ReverbNation | Bandcamp
BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem’ OSt — March 26, 2013

Track #03Synth of Rage | "Cristal Gem Zone"SoundCloud | ReverbNation | Bandcamp
BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem’ OSt — March 27, 2013

Track #04Synth of Rage | "Fat and Vicious"SoundCloud | ReverbNation | Bandcamp
BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem’ OSt — March 28, 2013

Track #05Synth of Rage | "Cristal Escape"SoundCloud | ReverbNation | Bandcamp
BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem’ OSt — March 29, 2013

Track #06Synth of Rage | "oOh ah Swing"SoundCloud | ReverbNation | Bandcamp
BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem’ OSt — April 13, 2013

Bonus trackSynth of Rage | "Tarz’ OS Swing"SoundCloud | ReverbNation
BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem’ OSt — April 5, 2013

Additional track #01Synth of Rage | "Level Clear"SoundCloud | ReverbNation
BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem’ OSt — April 13, 2023

Additional track #02Synth of Rage | "On the Way!"SoundCloud | ReverbNation
BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem’ OSt — April 13, 2023

Screenshots

FILM

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10 YEARS

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Artworks

POSTERS

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TEASER POSTERS (BY LANGUAGE · MULTILINGUAL) · SPECIAL TEASER POSTERS (BY LANGUAGE · MULTILINGUAL) · PARODY POSTERS

Teaser posters by language

FrançaisPoster-FR
BoOzy’ OS et la Gemme de Cristal · Affiche
EnglishPoster-EN
BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem · Poster
AfrikaansPoster-AF
BoOzy’ OS en die Cristal Juweel · Plakkaat
العربيةPoster-AR
BoOzy’ OS وحجر Cristal
ملصق
БългарскиPoster-BG
BoOzy’ OS и Cristal Камък · Плакат
BrezhonegPoster-BR
BoOzy’ OS ha Maen-Cristal · Skritell
BosanskiPoster-BS
BoOzy’ OS i Cristal Kamen · Poster
CatalàPoster-CA
BoOzy’ OS i la Gemma de Cristal · Cartell
CorsuPoster-C0
BoOzy’ OS è a Gemma di Cristal · Poster
ČeštinaPoster-CS
BoOzy’ OS a Cristal Klenot · Plakát
CymraegPoster-CY
BoOzy’ OS: Y Gem Cristal · Poster
DanskPoster-DA
BoOzy’ OS og Cristal Juvelen · Plakat
DeutschPoster-DE
BoOzy’ OS und das Cristal Juwel · Plakat
རྫོང་ཁPoster-DZ
BoOzy’ OS དང་ Cristal རིན་གོང་
ཤོག་བྱང་
ΕλληνικάPoster-EL
BoOzy’ OS: Ο Cristal Λίθος · Αφίσα
EsperantoPoster-EO
BoOzy’ OS kaj la Cristal Gemo · Afiŝo
EspañolPoster-ES
BoOzy’ OS y la Gema de Cristal · Cartel
EestiPoster-ET
BoOzy’ OS ja Cristal Juveel · Plakat
EuskaraPoster-EU
BoOzy’ OS eta Cristal Harribitxia · Kartela
فارسیPoster-FA
BoOzy’ OS وسنگ Cristal · پوستر
SuomiPoster-FI
BoOzy’ OS ja Cristal Kivi · Juliste
FurlanPoster-FUR
BoOzy’ OS e la Gjeme di Cristal · Poster
GalegoPoster-GL
BoOzy’ OS e a Xema de Cristal · Cartel
हिन्दीPoster-HI
BoOzy’ OS और Cristal रत्न
पोस्टर
HrvatskiPoster-HR
BoOzy’ OS i Cristal Kamen · Plakat
Kreyòl ayisyenPoster-HT
BoOzy’ OS ak Trezò Cristal · Afich
MagyarPoster-HU
BoOzy’ OS és a Cristal Ékkő · Plakát
Bahasa IndonesiaPoster-ID
BoOzy’ OS dan Permata Cristal · Poster
IdoPoster-IDO
BoOzy’ OS e la Cristal-Gemo · Afisho
ItalianoPoster-IT
BoOzy’ OS e la Gemma di Cristal · Locandina
日本語Poster-JA
BoOzy’ OSとCRISTALジェム · ポスター
JawaPoster-JV
BoOzy’ OS lan Permata Cristal · Poster
한국어Poster-KO
부지’ 오스 와 크리스탈 젬
포스터
LëtzebuergeschPoster-LB
BoOzy’ OS an de Cristal Gem · Affiche
Bahasa MelayuPoster-MS
BoOzy’ OS dan Permata Cristal · Poster
NederlandsPoster-NL
BoOzy’ OS en het Cristal Juweel · Affiche
NorskPoster-NO
BoOzy’ OS og Cristal Juvelen · Plakat
OccitanPoster-OC
BoOzy’ OS e la Gema de Cristal · Aficha
PolskiPoster-PL
BoOzy’ OS i Cristal Klejnot · Plakat
PortuguêsPoster-PT
BoOzy’ OS e a Gema de Cristal · Pôster
Runa SimiPoster-QU
BoOzy’ OS: Cristal Umiña · Afiche
RomânăPoster-RO
BoOzy’ OS și Piatra de Cristal · Afiș
РусскийPoster-RU
BoOzy’ OS и Cristal Камень · Постер
SvenskaPoster-SE
BoOzy’ OS och Cristal Juvelen · Affisch
SlovenčinaPoster-SK
BoOzy’ OS a Cristal Kameň · Plagát
SlovenščinaPoster-SL
BoOzy’ OS in Cristal Kamen · Plakat
ShqipPoster-SQ
BoOzy’ OS dhe Xhevahiri Cristal · Poster
СрпскиPoster-SR
BoOzy’ OS и Cristal Камен · Постер
SundaPoster-SU
BoOzy’ OS jeung Permata Cristal · Poster
TürkçePoster-TR
BoOzy’ OS ve Cristal Mücevher · Afişi
УкраїнськаPoster-UK
BoOzy’ OS і Cristal Камінь · Постер
Tiếng ViệtPoster-VI
BoOzy’ OS và viên Ngọc Cristal · Áp phích
IsiXhosaPoster-XH
BoOzy’ OS: Gugu Cristal
Ipowusta
ייִדישPoster-YI
BoOzy’ OS און די Cristal יידלשטיין · אַפיש
中文Poster-ZH
BoOzy’ OS 和 CRISTAL寶石 · 张海报
IsiZuluPoster-ZU
BoOzy’ OS: Gugu Cristal
Iphosta

Multilingual teaser posters

English + རྫོང་ཁPoster-DZ
སྦོ་སི་ཨོསི་དང་ ཀི་རིསི་ཊཱལ་རིན་གོང་
ཤོག་བྱང་
English + हिन्दीPoster-HI
बूज़ियोस और क्रिस्टल रत्न
पोस्टर
English + 日本語Poster-JA
ブージ・オスとクリスタル・ジェム · ポスター
English + 한국어Poster-KO
부지’ 오스 와 크리스탈 젬
포스터

Special teaser posters by language

BrezhonegPoster-BR
Maen-Cristal · Skritell (bonus)
CorsuPoster-C0
A Gemma di Cristal · Poster (bonus)
CymraegPoster-CY
Y Gem Cristal · Poster
(bonws)
རྫོང་ཁPoster-DZ
Cristal རིན་གོང་
ཤོག་བྱང་
Kreyòl ayisyenPoster-HT
Trezò Cristal · Afich (bonis)
日本語Poster-JA
CRISTALジェム · ポスター (ボーナス)
Runa SimiPoster-QU
Cristal Umiña · Afiche (bonificación)
ShqipPoster-SQ
Xhevahiri Cristal · Poster (bonus)
ייִדישPoster-YI
די Cristal יידלשטיין · אַפיש (באָנוס)

Multilingual special teaser posters

English + རྫོང་ཁPoster-DZ
སྦོ་སི་ཨོསི་དང་ ཀི་རིསི་ཊཱལ་རིན་གོང་ · ཤོག་བྱང་
English + 日本語Poster-JA
クリスタル・ジェム · ポスター (ボーナス)

Parody posters

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BANNERS

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ILLUSTRATIONS

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PROMO

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Visual identity

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About J.K. Arsyn

Presentation
J.K. Arsyn is a French film and art director, screenwriter, composer and visual effects supervisor (PAY, Arbite Macht Frei, The Mad TriX, Stop-and-Cop, Cow Hard). He shoots, animates, edits, and scores many of his films, which are characterized by references to popular culture and a wide variety of other films as well as alternate history.
More information
More information about J.K. Arsyn is available here.
Social media
LinkedIn: @Syn
Facebook: @Ken.Arsyn
Instagram: @JK.Arsyn
Twitter: @JK_Arsyn

About Synth of Rage

Presentation
Synth of Rage, abbreviated SoR, is a parodic synthwave/outrun project brought to life by J.K. Arsyn and Axel “XLR” Rock. Its music is mainly inspired by 16-bit video games, as the band is named after Sega's 1991 video game Streets of Rage.
Where to listen
Bandcamp: @synthofrage
SoundCloud: @synthofrage
ReverbNation: @synthofrage
Social media
Facebook: @Synth.of.Rage
Instagram: @SynthOfRage
Twitter: @SynthOfRage

About RED ƎYE

RED ƎYE
Presentation
RED ƎYE is a French animation studio, creative agency and independent media production company specialized in genre movies, retro video games and synthwave music. RED ƎYE also delivers professional services and training to their enterprise, mid-market, and small business clients in all types of industries. Founded by film director J.K. Arsyn, RED ƎYE is based in Roanne, near Lyon.

Are you RED ƎYE?
More information
More information about RED ƎYE, their logo & relevant media is available here.

Social media

LinkedIn
RED ƎYE Productions: @Red3ye
Facebook
RED ƎYE Productions: @RED.3YE.Prod
RED ƎYE Pictures: @Red.3ye.Pictures
Instagram
RED ƎYE Productions: @Red.3ye
Twitter
RED ƎYE Productions: @RED3YE
RED ƎYE Pictures: @RED3YEPictures

About CreaSyn Studios

CreaSyn
Presentation
CreaSyn Studio is a French production company and distributor located in Montluçon. Their mission is simple: help creators making creations. Founded in 2009, CreaSyn Studio has helped various artists from different industries.
More information
More information about CreaSyn Studio is available here.

Social media

LinkedIn
CreaSyn Studio: @CreaSyn-Studio
Synesis Films: @Synesis-Films
Facebook
CreaSyn Studio: @Creative.SynRG
Synesis Films: @Synesis.Films
Instagram
CreaSyn Studio: @CreaSynStudio
Twitter
CreaSyn Studio: @CreaSynStudio
Synesis Films: @SynesisFilms
Below is a non-exhaustive list of internet links with information about The Cristal Gem.

Official data & content
Official website[EN] [ES] [FR] [IT]
RED ƎYE Pictures[EL] [EN] [FR] [IT]
CreaSyn Studio[FR]
Press kit[EN] [FR]
External websites & databases
AlloCiné[FR]
BDFCI[FR]
BetaSeries[DE] [EN] [ES] [FR] [IT] [NL] [PL] [PT] [SE]
Binged[EN]
Box Office Mojo[EN]
CinemaRx[RO]
CinéSéries[FR]
Commons[EN]
CSFD[CS]
DVDToile[FR]
fdb[PL]
FilmAffinity[EN] [ES]
Film à voir[FR]
Film Moon[EN]
GoldPoster[EN] [ZH]
Il Cineocchio[IT]
IMDb[EN]
КіноБаза[UA]
Kinopoisk[RU]
Kinorium[RU]
Letterboxd[EN]
Mafab[HU]
MSN[EN]
OFDB[DE]
OMDb[DE] [EN] [ES] [FR]
Orange[FR]
Peliplat[EN] [ES] [PT]
Plex[EN]
SensCritique[FR]
Simkl[EN]
Suggap[EN]
TasteDive[EN]
TheTVDB[EN]
TMDb[EN] [ES] [FR] [IT] [PT] [RO] Etc.
Trakt[EN]
Video Detective[EN]
Wikidata[X]
Encyclopediæ
Alchetron[EN]
Wikipedia[DE] [EN] [ES] [IT] [PL] [RO] [RU] Etc.

Contact

Press

Press contact for general enquiries
France: presse@red3ye.com
Rest of the world: press@red3ye.com
Press contact for The Cristal Gem
France: gemme.de.cristal@red3ye.com
Rest of the world: cristal.gem@red3ye.com

Social media

Facebook
BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem: @Gemme.de.Cristal
The Adventures of BoOzy’ OS: @BoOzy.OS.series
BoOzy’ OS (character): @BoOzy.OS
Instagram
BoOzy’ OS franchise: @BoOzy.OS
X
BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem: @GemmeDeCristal
BoOzy’ OS franchise: @BoOzyOS_series
BoOzy’ OS (character): @BoOzyOS
SoundCloud
OST: BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem’ OSt
ReverbNation
OST: BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem’ OSt
Bandcamp
OST: BoOzy’ OS and the Cristal Gem’ OSt