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The Little Mermaid Except Shark




Published on May 20, 2014

” This is a shark. A shark with a dream. Let him tell you about it. In song.

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Writer: Heather Anne Campbell
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Animation: Nick Sazani, Spencer Wen, Wen Qiu, April Wang, Whitney Tang, Kaishu Manella, Alex Tip, Aaron Soon, Polly Guo, Kirby Allen, Brian Brantley, Travis Brainerd, Jared Weiss
Design: Nick Sazani, Jenessa Warren, Marcos Cohen, Jessica Hong, Nick Arciaga, Hallie Wilson, Gabe Lee, Polly Guo, Rachel Hunt, Kirby Allen
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” DBLG’s in-house studio projects are a platform for us to experiment with creative ideas and above all have fun. For this project we wanted to explore and combine 3d animation, 3D printing with stop frame animation.”


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Waltz With Cannes: ‘Bashir’ Director Moves From War To Wow In Animated Sci-Fi Film







” Ari Folman’s eagerly-awaited follow-up to ‘Waltz with Bashir’ premieres at Cannes on Thursday. This time the Israeli director mixes animation and flesh-and-blood actors in a sci-fi venture.

Folman’s long journey with “Waltz with Bashir” has turned him into an experienced stage animal. Still, most interesting at Holon were the slivers he revealed about “The Congress,” which is based on the book “The Futurological Congress” by Polish sci-fi novelist Stanislaw Lem.

Folman was introduced to Lem’s 1971 book when he was 16, he says. It’s an allegory about the communist regime: a dictatorial state that feeds its citizens drugs to control them more easily. He reread it as a student, and when he was looking for an idea for his new film, the book sprang to mind.

Folman’s “The Congress,” then, is a loose adaptation of Lem’s book and takes plenty of liberties deviating from the source. Wright (“The Princess Bride,” “House of Cards”) appears as herself. She plays an aging actress who receives a surprising offer from a Hollywood studio: They offer to build a three-dimensional figure that would look and sound exactly like her, and send that figure to act in films. That way she would stay eternally young. They offer her a generous payment, but she would have to give up her acting career completely.”