Saturday, November 20, 2010

Sweet and Sour

This animation about a dog in Chinatown was a winner at the Sydney Film Festival. It's good.

The film was conceived by Eddie White  who named his animation studio the People’s Republic of Animation.  The idea quickly took root but White discovered he needed some help.  Enter the Shanghai Animation Studio.Renowned the world over for their exquisite hand-drawn work, they created the amazing effects work you see in the movie. Sweet and Sour has the claim, then, of being the very first Chinese-Australian animated co-production.The Australian team took care of the 3D animation with the Shanghai studio contributing the hand-drawn traditional work. The combination of the old and new is brought together with stunning effect. 
Thanks again Bruce!

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