Friday, November 25, 2011

The Making of MUYBRIDGE'S STRINGS by Koji Yamamura


I first heard about Koji Yamamura when, in a late night cultural program in spanish TV, his short film Atama Yama was broadcasted. I instantly found something special in that beautifully animated tale.  Since then, I continue this director work closely. For what I have read, in its last work Muybridge's string, Yamamura deals with the notion of time and the discovery of the animation as a way of thinking. I hope to be able to see the film soon. Yamamura's work distances itself from what we are  so used to seeing in commercial animation this days.