Monday, September 6, 2010

New Animacam releases when the deadline is coming in 15 days!

Once again, we start this Monday continuing with new animation releases coming from different parts of the globe, due to the huge number of projects presented in this Third Edition of Animacam. In the absence of fifteen days to complete the reception of works in the Official Competition, and started the voting phase of the public. Mixed techniques, new experiences in collage, combining classical techniques with new mechanisms for achieving impact to the viewer. This week, animations come from France, Spain, United States, China and Germany.

Experienced animators Luis Briceno and David Alapont present Fard, a short film of a new visual aesthetics, framed in a story that presents a futuristic universe, dark underground with very little hope. The American animator Molly Allis participates in Animacam with Pilgrim, your heart is a ball of light, a work that through the combination of 2D, 3D and stop-motion seeks to convey to the viewer, sensations and feelings associated with the environment in which we are immersed. From China, the young animator Xiapeng, presents a Taoist movement through animated figures and images titled Liezi - considered one of the three main texts of the school (the other two are the Dao De Jing and the Zhuangzi) -.

The laboratory of Ecology and Evolution of plants and Divulgare Group at the University of Vigo present Animacam in a 3D documentary series in order to publicize and disseminate educational classes for schools, universities and training centers, training videos and documentaries with desire instructive. On this occasion, under the baton of Luis Navarro, they present The importance of lizards in island systems, based on a study conducted in the National Park of the Atlantic Islands of Galicia. Finally, the German animator Oliver Kling presents a quirky comedy series featuring a variety of vegetables and fruits. Dr. Banana is the doctor who leads an expedition to an Indian tribe that has ingested a smoothie in poor condition.

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