Ophelia: Love & Privacy_Settings

 have uploaded work by Bin-Han which contains a great storyline and animated with charm.

'The 2014 edition of Cartoon Brew’s Student Animation Festival ends today, but we’ve saved one of the finest for last: Ophelia: Love & Privacy_Settings by Bin-Han To. The short was produced at Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg in Germany.

Billed as a “romantic comedy about ‘The End of Privacy,’” Ophelia succeeds as a funny story first and foremost, but is underpinned by a thought-provoking critique of the blurring boundaries between public and private thought. Privacy in the digital age is neither an easy topic to illustrate nor to make entertaining, but Ophelia uses animation expertly to express the issue.

Visually, the film has the currently en vogue low-poly-CG look, but it looks far lusher than other films in the style thanks to novel art direction choices that emphasize color and lighting.'

By: Lisa
Posted: Tue 21st Oct 2014

Tags: Motion, animation, CGI, Characters, Flat, love, privacy, settings


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