Saturday, February 4, 2012

Sharing Animation - Every Child (Eugene Fedorenko, 1980)

Once again a National Film Board of Canada short film. An awarded one aswell. This fantastic short won the academy award for best animated short.

This is Every Child by Eugene Fedorenko.

I think the greatest thing about this animation is the soundtrack. The animation itself is humorous and well thought and done, but the sound design is done in such a way that's just delightful to watch and hear the whole thing. Just because all the sounds are done with voice by Les Mimes Eléctriques, a pair of voice masters! They are the two men that appear in the beggining and end of the short. You can google them.

This is to celebrate the Unicef's Declaration of Children's Rights. And so it has a astonishing theme behind it.

The animation has influenced my work no only because of the trembling lines that goes along the whole animation, but also, of course, because of the sound design, which I want to use the same style in an animation of my own.

So here it is, without further ado, this very funny short animation I want to share this week, by Eugene Fedorenko:

Check out the other short movies from the Sharing Collection HERE!!

See you next week for another engaging animation!

No copyright and related rights infringements are intended with these sharings, all these animations are properties from their respective authors or studios always credited in the post.

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