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Synopsis:
A damaged android scavenging for parts, finds a relic of the past: enabling a new dimension of understanding.
Directors Note:
This short started as a project for class, but I expanded on it and turned it into a thorough short film. The project took ~8 months to complete, and was composed of 2,685 frames.
This film is told completely visually. There is no dialogue, nor captions. I wanted to make the animation exploratory, meaning audiences are expected to hunt the backgrounds with their eyes for foreshadowing, world building and narrative clues.
CREDITS:
Cailin Tamplin – Director, Writer, Illustrator and Animator
Email Cailin: cailintamplin@live.com
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Erik Norseth – Sound Design (Foley Work, and Original Score)
Email Erik: eriknorseth@gmail.com

DISCLAIMER:
CLAUDE DEBUSSY’S “CLAIR DE LUNE” WAS RELEASED IN 1890. THE PIECE, WAS WELL AS THIS PERFORMANCE IS IN THE PUBLIC DOMAIN.
Performed by Caela Harrison
(CC BY-ND 3.0)

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