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Industry: Professional & Public services
Media:TV & Cinema
Style: Minimalism
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Idea
We shot a first-person video of a stop motion animation made with the iPhone's camera roll. These two recordings form two layers of the final video. Since the movement of the animation in the part using the camera roll feature is directly related to the finger's movement, the user may fast-forward, move in slow motion, or even play it in reverse. We made it a point to use analog techniques not only for the video production method, but also for the replay technique.
EntrySummary
In a Japanese school, you could always find at least one kid in class drawing a flip book with the corner of a textbook's pages. Times have changed, but even now there are still students like that. As proof, in 2013 or so, when Japanese high schoolers started carrying smartphones, they began taking pictures of people jumping away from one other person to imitate when "Dragon Ball" character Piccolo shoots his Special Beam Cannon, or Makank?sapp?. This became a popular trend. As an extension of that art, this video is a stop motion animation with an iPhone camera roll that we produced with the goal of making the feature into a fun communication tool for high schoolers.
BriefExplanation
The setting is in a high school. After class, some friends are taking pictures in the classroom with an iPhone. When they check the pictures they took in the iPhone's camera roll, it suddenly turns into a stop motion video. We get a first-person view of one student holding the iPhone as she walks around the school. Meanwhile, a fantastical story develops as her hand's finger swipes the camera roll on the iPhone she is looking at.
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Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 2018
Shortlist Film Craft
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