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BBC One Christmas 2017 | The Supporting Act
BBC One's Christmas short film - a story that illustrates the joy of a shared moment.
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15 décembre 2017
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Voici le court-métrage, réalisée en stop motion :

Elliot’s Christmas film for BBC One shows his ability to take a simple story and turn it into something truly magical. 

"The characters were animated using stop-motion but the facial expressions were created and mapped on the puppets using CGI to bring them to life. The dance routine was choreographed first in live action and then an expert team of Blinkink animators recreated the moves one painstaking frame at a time.
This relatable story of a young girl preparing for the biggest performance of her life will have you wiping your eyes (and tapping your feet). " from blinkink

Voici le making off :

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https://vimeo.com/246768248

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http://www.blinkink.co.uk/a/9809

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Très joli et très sympa : comme quoi, on peut faire court et émouvant à la fois. Les making of de stop motion m'ont toujours impressionné : je trouve ça encore plus magique que le film! smile

Ce qui est aussi incroyable c'est qu'on a de plus en plus de mal à distinguer la stop-mo de la 3D : quels progrès depuis "L'Etrange Noël de Monsieur Jack"! Comme là, en plus, les expressions du visage sont en CGI, ça brouille les pistes...

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