The indie animation community is confronted by scandal, of sorts, involving a short film, recently submitted to animation festivals, that appears to be a copy of a short made a decade ago.
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Expatriate Iranian director Reza Riahi and producer Eleanor Coleman discuss their expertly crafted, dialogueless stop-motion short film about a musician, blinded by Genghis Khan - while taking his girlfriend as a slave/consort - who 50 years later, is summoned to perform at the castle where she is being held.
The free, unconventional, six-month professional training program for students with no previous experience will consider natural ability, and is scheduled to launch in Bourg-lès-Valence, France in 2018.
The director, along with art and animation director Liane-Cho Han, discuss the movie’s ten-year journey from one-page story idea to finished film.