MIAF 2010

I’ve just come back from seeing my first session of international short animations at the Melbourne International Animation Festival. And with every year, and with each session, it can always be relied on that there is an outstanding animation feature – and for me this session it was from Canada’s animator Theodore Ushev, titled ‘Lipsett Diaries’, written by Chris Robinson – a short animation based on a diary from Arthur Lipsett who was a Canadian avant-garde director of short experimental films (13 May 1936 – May 1, 1986). This is their interpretation of these diaries – find out more on the film here. Certainly worth taking a look.

And an insight into the painstaking process Theodore Ushev undertook to creative this lavish animation.

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