Just discovered this animation, Just Delicious.
Animation is sort of a guilty pleasure for me. There’s so much good stuff out there, I could spend hours watching. It’s so much better than Saturday morning ever was . All I can say is I hope these creators keep up the great work. This one is priceless.
Thank you Brian Bear!
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This wonderful short piece of animation played at Berlinale: https://www.shortoftheweek.com/2016/02/09/symphony-no-42/
Humorous, thought-provoking, and beautifully rendered. It is like a symphony of real and absurd human/animal encounters. They seem somewhat random but somehow connected. No real recurring themes. They start out tragic but at some point start to turn somewhat loving. I like the cat that grows until the human becomes the object of nurture. I like the old lady that cut the dog leash. The drunken foxes doing the limbo morphing into the smoking woman wearing the fox. Both with La Bamba playing in the background. I love the little dipper in the very first scene. The song of the red-winged blackbird. I like the fox at the beginning creating a target out of particle physics and Eastern religions and he ends up shooting himself in the head instead of the target. Trying to understand this stuff (and this movie) will drive you to that.
It’s a wonderful movie. I’ve watched it three times now and still don’t understand it. A vignette here and there, sure, but the whole thing. What does it mean? I don’t care, it’s s great film.
No idea what this one is about, but I loved watching it. This was screened at Sundance. Fantastic animation using wool and fuzzy stuff. At time funny, but also poignant. Really a beautiful little movie. But I don’t know what it means. That’s not a bad thing.