Animated film Clockwork meets with great success at festivals
Clockwork, a 3-D animated film made by third year students at LISAA Paris has been short-listed at a number of international festivals. A particularly remarkable sign of recognition for these young creatives!
A REMARKABLE SHORT LIST
Over the course of just a few months, the 3-D animated film Clockwork, made by third year students on the 3-D animation course at LISAA Paris, was short-listed at two international festivals: Tofuzi in Georgia and KDIAF in Taiwan. It will also be projected at a French festival, Un poing c'est court, and an online festival, The Robotic Online Short Film Festival.
A LISAA PRODUCTION
Clockwork tells the story of the Schpocks, little creatures who live in a clock to ensure that it works properly.
It was made by Marine Perrin (compositing, rigging), Noémie Govare (animation, texturing), Victor Guillet (modelling), Mélodie Pailloux (modelling, animation), Sara Glachant (animation, modelling) and Florian Teyssou (concept art, texturing).