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.

Thursday, 14 October 2010

The Eye Movie (brought to you by WiredFly).

This li’l video beneath is different shots compiled during some of the different stages of our ”Human Eyes Composite” madness. Hjalte, he who will portray the eyes of the boy, has blue eyes – and we took him to Martin the optician to see if he could wear contact lenses; unfortunately it didn’t work, so we will have to rely on fancy computer colour-grading.

We also shot some test of Ene, she who will portray the eyes of the mother. We got our almost-neighbours Wahlberg to build a helmet that sticks on the head like glue; in that way we could film her eyes perfectly, but alas; there was some technical problems... so we postponed the eye-shoot into the ”undiscovered country” (which is the term the Klingon ambassador uses in the 6th Star Trek film about the future).

You may also notice Anders the storyboard artist taking a wee in the forest in the very end of the film.

The music is made on church-organ – with fancy organ beats and some strange effects!


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