Ouverture ()


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For one little girl in soviet controlled Bulgaria, potential manifests itself as music that pours from her heart. Ouverture follows the early life of this particularly peculiar little girl... See more »

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Bracey Smith
Neil Dvorak ... (co-director)

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Bracey Smith ... (writer)

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Louis Meisel ... executive producer

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Bracey Smith

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Neil Dvorak

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Bracey Smith ... digital effects

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Bracey Smith ... animator

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Plot Summary

For one little girl in soviet controlled Bulgaria, potential manifests itself as music that pours from her heart. Ouverture follows the early life of this particularly peculiar little girl as she learns to overcome, accept, and harness her unusual gift. Animated in a simple but elegant line-based style, it uniquely blends minimalism with a density rarely found in such a seemingly simple story. Inspired by, and featuring, the virtuoso Pianist Nadejda Vlaeva, this animated short is set to the classical piece 'Ouverture,' by Johann Sebastian Bach. Ouverture will entice audiences with its nuanced message and a timeless aesthetic. Written by Anonymous

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  • Ouverture (United States)
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  • 6 min
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Budget $40,000 (estimated)

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