The character of Alice from Lewis Carroll's 'Through the Looking-Glass' is transported to contemporary Toronto. Whilst riding a streetcar, Alice encounters a pair of strange characters who engage her in an equally strange debate over whether or not they exist. The dialogue is borrowed directly from Carroll, but given a fresh and funny new twist in this short stop-motion animation that uses paper cutouts and articulated paper puppets.
vimeo.com/34950744 "back to the basics" is a student project about moving typography. the idea of our stop motion film is to bethink oneself of creating something with traditional materials and methods like papercraft.