Friday, November 25, 2011

Making process of "Muybridge's Strings"

I first heard about Koji Yamamura when, in a late night cultural program in spanish TV, Atama Yama was aired. I instantly found that beautifully animated tale was something special. Unnespected. Since then I continue this director work closely. For what I have read, in it's last work Muybridge's string, Mr 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 is usually amazing a world apart of what we are so used to see in conventional commercial animation this days. His official site here.

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