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SUNDANCE - ANIMATIONS 2

More successful animations from the Sundance Film Festival...


Bob's Birthday

Yearbook by Bernardo Britto (2014) (USA) (11m)

Yearbook is a comic animation written and directed by American filmmaker Bernardo Britto. Although comical, Yearbook has a deep heart, questioning what we value as noteworthy. The story centres around a man who is asked to compile a yearbook for man's time on planet Earth. He is given seventeen years in which to create this document as this is how long it will take an alien missile to reach and destroy us. However, he has a finite amount of space...


Morning Stroll

A Morning Stroll by Grant Orchard (2011) (UK) (7m) *

A Morning Stroll claims to be based on a true story, as unlikely as that seems! Nominated for an Academy Award as well as winning a BAFTA, it is a clever and enjoyable romp through the decades and different styles of animation starting off in the 1950s. It seems there has been a chicken living and going about his business in New York for many years. Orchard mainly works on television spots, which is perhaps why he can turn his hand to various styles.


Bats

8 Bits by Valere Amirault et al (2010) (6m) (France)

8 Bits begins as a glossy computer animation where a computer game "boss" is toasting his successful capture of a woman with special powers. However, someone has come to ruin the party and, with the help of the captive, the graphics. When the fight breaks out, old 2D graphics momentarily takeover before the boss demands the "end of level" battle take place in the 3D world. However, it proves to be a temporary rest bite...



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