Monday, November 21, 2011

Enjoy with new 8 releases at Animacam 2011

A new week starts and we are close to the final vote in Animacam 2011. Today we have the great pleasure to present new animations that have gained a reputed international prestige.

So now it is time to start with the presentations.

From England, Kirk Hendry entertains us with its award-winning work "Round". "Round" is a fantastic piece of art that you will enjoy in the retrospective category, created using hand shadows to recreate life in a jungle. It is forbidden to miss this spectacular film.

It is accompanied, in short film category, by "El extranjero", a futuristic western full of tension and intrigue that comes from the hand of the Argentine animation director Nicolás Dezillio.

From Romania, our good friend and famous director Ion Octavian Frecea entertains us with one of his last masterpieces "The Fresco-The curse of Dragulea". A film about love and a curse, a legend where lovers are fighting for their love.

From France comes "eskimo", an amusing story about a funny 3D Eskimos.

And in the multimedia category we will enjoy with the video art "Spain", inspired and set in Spain by the Slovak directors of animation Lucia Cernekova and Peter Luha. The magic and color are evident in this wonderful animated film.

In the same category it is accompanied by a little animation for mobile that comes from Peru and named 
 "San Valentin", a courtesy of Boris Cornejo.

From Spain arrived the fun piece "Jessica va al casting", a fun lively approach with entertains us and created by the director Harold Jimenez . You can enjoy it in retrospective category at Animacam.

And finally, by the hand of director Victor Amanatidis  comes "Water Loop". An interesting and funny Flash Documentary about the water cycle. A beautiful animated work for all audiences

çAnd so we said goodbye until Wednesday, reminding you that the deadline for the films' registration is approaching. You have a week and a half, so we are waiting for your films with enthusiasm!

Happy week to everyone!

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