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Old October 30th, 2006, 01:26:45   #11
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Hi everyone! I was mightily curious how the animation showcase was received as I couldn't attend it myself ^_^ So, if you have seen it, please share your opinions and experience of it.

Also, I'd like to know if this initiative is something to repeat in the future - perhaps even with a workshop about animation and actually producing something during that workshop.
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Old October 30th, 2006, 07:17:30   #12
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I saw the three animations at the Opening Ceremony, and I have to say they were stunningly gorgeous. Particularly "Voorbij Het Venster" made me want to weep like a teenager.
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Old October 30th, 2006, 08:55:03   #13
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There were four animations actually...

Tram (real life movie with animations mixed in)
Voorbij het Venster (the girl who touched the stars)
Lonely Night (poor lonely firefly)
The Echo (the one with the drawn girl on the canvas-like background)

At the ending ceremony, when we had to wait for the other video room to stop, I was (unexpectedly) able to show Lonely Night and The Echo once again before about 60 visitors (rough estimate).

First of all I would like to thank Ealynn, and I think it is great that she actually managed to find four of these self-made animations. Even though it was me who arranged them to be shown, Ealynn really did most of the work for this showcase by collecting these animations amongst the Dutch animators and sending them all to me.

I think all the four animations were marvellous, I was really impressed and I heard a lot of positive comments about them too. I think this is well worth repeating next year in a full-blown self-made animations block. Maybe with enough time this time, we can get even more self-made animations in.
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Old October 30th, 2006, 10:05:54   #14
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I really liked the animations. They were good, especially 'Voorbij het Venster' and 'The Echo' :-)
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Old October 30th, 2006, 11:13:30   #15
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T__T I missed it!! I never knew where and when it was in the first place. Sucks : (
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they were shown at the opening and closing ceremonies...


if we get the permissions of the people who made those video's we can put them online at the website here, for everyone to watch!

(and indeed, they were awesome!)
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Old November 1st, 2006, 13:16:21   #17
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Thanks for all your praise, it really feels good to hear the movies were well-received ^_^

As for putting up links to the animations, that is for each creator to decide for him or herself. As my movie 'Voorbij het Venster' is being screened officially at the Holland Animation Film Festival, it can't be freely distributed at the moment. After that I'll finally put up my website and it'll be viewable from there. It'll probably take a month or so.
If, in the meantime, you'd like to see it on the big screen, you can reserve tickets for it at the animation festival in Utrecht. It'll be shown tomorrow (thursday) at 12.30 and saturday at 14.30. For details look here

For the other three vids, I'll ask them. If it's okay, they'll put up the links here and at the parallel aniway topic. If by any chance you (creators) have already read this, go on and post your link if you'd like.
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