AGALMATA ♥ / Les animés
Black Day To Freedom
Originally released in 2005 as a book and film project Black Day To Freedom was created as a fictional back story to the global problem of the displacement of people. The animated film portrays a city in turmoil with the loss and tragedy of a young family at the centre of the tale. Character illustration by Steve Chiu, Voice snippets by David Dunkley Gyimah, Audio by Diagram of Suburban Chaos, Directed, Edited, Animated and Written by Rob Chiu.
Kuchao/A GUM BOY
When he immediately begins to chew a bubble gum which he hid,he enter the imagination world.When his balloon becomes the face and begins to chew a bubble gum,it changes into various things.His imagination makes rapid progress more and his balloon increase steadily. Direction, AnimationEditing:Masaki Okuda Music:Daisuke Matsuoka Song:Yushiro Kuramochi Sound Design:Kyohei Takahashi Production:Tokyo University of the Arts
Waking From A Coma (HD)
Please click on the HD button as it makes a big difference on this one. Waking From A Coma is an experimental animated short, a film stripped down to one colour. Created using multiple animation techniques ranging from traditional frame by frame to 3D expressions. Directed, animated and soundtracked by Jesse Kanda. http://www.jessekanda.com
Four is a tribute to nature and in particular to the passing of seasons that gives rhythm to all living beings lifetime and nourishes wishes and hope. Four is set in a forest that represents one of the places that is mostly influenced by the changing of colors and shapes, when moving from a season to another. The happening of a new season is described as an awakening and is symbolically represented by the character Springs waking up. Spring is a kind of elf and personifies spring.