Our Latest Work

A sampling of our newest projects

LCRFS Promotional Video

We were asked to produce a video that would serve as a graduation and promotional video for the fire school. 

Title: Litchfield County Regional Fire School 

Type: Promotional

Producers: John FK Parenteau & Maggie Jones-Parenteau
Director/Cinematographer: John FK Parenteau

The Overlay

Written and Directed by Bruce Branit, The Overlay is a Black Mirror esque thriller that is currently in development.

EPISODE 1

EPISODE 2

Title: The Overlay

Type: Episodic
Cast: Rori Flynn, Jack Terbush & Chris Bylsma
Producers: Bruce Branit, John FK Parenteau & Maggie Jones-Parenteau
Writer/Director: Bruce Branit
Cinematographer: John FK Parenteau

EPISODE 3

Found / Tonight

Three young performers asked us to create a performance video of this unique song. 

Title: Found / Tonight

Type: Music Video
Artists: Maya Clayton, Bradi Harrison & Jack Terbush
Producer: Maggie Jones-Parenteau
Director/Cinematographer: John FK Parenteau

Don't Leave Me Alone

 A music video with a stylish flare for solo performer Vinn Lombardo.

Title: Don’t Leave Me Alone

Type: Music Video
Artist: Vinn Lombardo
Producer: Maggie Jones-Parenteau
Director/Cinematographer: John FK Parenteau

Alone

At times we lend a hand to promote young filmmakers and their journeys. “Alone” was a unique project that we helped produce. 

Title: Alone

Type: Short Film
Genre: Sci Fi
Director: William Helmuth
Producer: Julianna Ulrich
Executive Producer: John FK Parenteau

In & Out

A married couple traveling across the country on a crime spree struggle with their own marriage.

Title: In & Out

Type: Short Film
Genre: Drama/Action
Writer/Director: John FK Parenteau
Producer: Magdelena Wolf
Cinematographer: David Starks

In Development

Just a sampling of projects in development at Bigfoot Robot. Click an item below to learn more.

News & Updates

Acclaimed VFX Supervisor John FK Parenteau Talks About How He Got Started

by DJ Pangburn Growing up in a little town in Oregon back in the 1970s and 1980s, no one knew about film, according to John FK Parenteau, a visual effects artist and producer with over 30 years of credits in countless Hollywood productions like Sin City, Iron Man 2, Fast Five, Super 8, The Hunger Games to name a few. …

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Tips on how to rock your Business Facebook Post

Facebook is a lot more powerful of a marketing tool than you may think, and most business owners don’t realize that there are certain “do’s” and “don’ts” when considering their Facebook post.   Its not just about putting up your latest sale item, or your special of the day.  Realizing how your audience perceives your …

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Five Rules For Using Social Media For Your Business

Social Media and your website need to work together. Follow these five easy rules to make the most of both.

99 Designs: A custom logo for less than you thought

There are so many aspects to marketing that can be overlooked, but are crucial to your company’s exposure on the world. I know one of the hardest things for me to do is create a new company name for a client. First off, anything common or familiar is usually taken already, and the more obscure …

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It’s Not Rocket Science!

For the past year I’ve enjoyed working with local business owners here in Oregon, showing them how they could have a modern, cool website without spending a lot of money. In truth, I’ve been shocked at the prices that other companies have asked for essentially the same thing I offer. Not that I’m “all that”, …

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Marketing Tip: Re-Tweet & Share Your Competitors

Online Marketing Tip of the day: It may seem strange, but share, retweet and support your fans, your followers and even your competitors. When you share posts or content from colleagues or competitors, they see your support and are more likely to do the same thing for you in the future. Also, each time a …

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