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3D, Video20.04.2013

Short Animation Film #163 : Caldera

Short Animation Film #163 : Caldera

Caldera is an ambitious short animation film telling the story of a young girl suffering from mental illness. The viewer discover the world though her eyes and is amazed by the incredible atmosphere of each scenes. The framing and colors are fabulous and the top notch soundtrack highly contributes to the atmosphere. This awarded short film is the work of Evan Viera and Chris Bishop accompanied by a team of artists. Caldera was produced in the Hampshire College as a part of a program helping independent films.

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