Seven Minutes in the Warsaw Ghetto.

Seven Minutes in the Warsaw Ghetto is an animated puppet short film about Samek, an 8-year old Jewish boy living in the Warsaw Ghetto with his family during the 2nd World War.

The film is written by Richard Raskin, produced by Ellen Riis (Basmati Film) and created at WiredFly.


Tuesday, 24 August 2010

Sets pt. 6

The spaceship Event Horizon (from the 1997 film of the same name) - disappeared beyond Neptune in 2040. The ship reappear in a decaying orbit around Neptune in 2047. The ships unique feature was that it was able to "bend" time and space and leap to any possible destination...
When the ship reappear it is discovered by Dr. William Weir (played by Sam Niell) that Event Horizon has payed a visit to HELL. Slowly the Event Horizon starts to get to the various people involved in the film, and in a diabolical and necro rage Dr. Weir watches as they fall like flies.
Why am I writing this?
What is the point of this?
Well, I guess it's just an observation that every now and then things doesn't go according to plan - and even though people and things can venture to the realms of hell one must pull through and wander towards the brave new world with good intentions and a open mind.
Thus things are progressing with the new set, and we are happy to show these pictures of the transmutation of the backyard set.


Here Johan & Steffen are glueing on THOUSANDS of foam bricks onto what will become the wall seperating the jewish ghetto from the German side.


On this fancy picture Johan is making a hole in on of the buildings so that it might look like it has been bombed.



Our plan was to build the whole backyard set in three weeks. This is the result of the first week.


The result of the second week.


And finally the result of the third week. As you can see we didn't finish it in three weeks... so we failed....... But we will preveil in the end!


Johan desperatly trying to finish the set... ...in time!

1 comment:

  1. Amazing work once again! I hope all is going well

    Ben

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