In this short film of Cowan Court, Rivers has turned his camera onto the interactions between architecture and landscape within which the students of Churchill College, University of Cambridge live and work.
The film documents contemporary North Sea fishery and the fishermen's struggle with a changed public perception, fluctuating regulations, and excessive global competition, while parallels are drawn between fishing and filming.
Siebren de Haan,
Lonnie van Brummelen
Tinie De Boer,
Hennie De Bruijne
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The Most Imaginatively and Creatively Satisfying Stop-Motion Film
It's miraculous to watch a film that you started watching with little to no expectations, only to come out feeling influenced, your heart is in awe, while your mind reels.
I feel that it would be doing the film a disservice by simply comparing the film to a dream, yes that was the aim, and it is effective due to this. But not only is it a great dream, it's a dream you don't want to wake up from. It's a fantastic experience.
But most importantly, La Casa Lobo is the most imaginatively satisfying animation I've seen.
Prepare to be in awe at the pure insane creativity spun out before you, every set-piece is a work of Art. This may even be one of my favourite animated films.
You may not feel the same, although it's hard to ignore such an astounding craft.
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