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TAKE48 - 48 hour film making challange

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Zoomies is the first place winning short film created for TAKE48 at the 2021 Sydney Underground Film Festival.

Created using a mix of physical and digital animation, this 3 min short tells the story of a foodie, or a bicycle food-delivery person… I mean cat. This working cat is struggling to make enough to eat in a big, busy city. Their friend gives them a hot tip, try leaving a note on the delivery for a higher tip! Despite going above and beyond with the notes, they still cannot reach their goal. Their friend helps them out and they share some pizza to celebrate. This story is caption in English from the original language of meow.

The film was made in 48 hours using a combination of physical puppets, props, sets and 2D illustrations. It was animated using stop-motion animation & 2d animation as well as composited and edited together using after effects.

Credits:
Writer & Director – Chris Shapones
Animation Director – Susie Shapones
Director of Photography – Toby Petch
Editing & Stop-Motion- Susie Shapones
Illustration – Serena Hor & Sherrie Koo
2D animation & compositing- Susie Shapones, Serena Hor & Sherrie Koo
Puppets & props – Chris Shapones, Susie Shapones & Serena Hor

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TAKE48 - 48 hour film making challange


TAKE48 - 48 hour film making challange | 02:43


Zoomies is the first place winning short film created for TAKE48 at the 2021 Sydney Underground Film Festival.

Created using a mix of physical and digital animation, this 3 min short tells the story of a foodie, or a bicycle food-delivery person… I mean cat. This working cat is struggling to make enough to eat in a big, busy city. Their friend gives them a hot tip, try leaving a note on the delivery for a higher tip! Despite going above and beyond with the notes, they still cannot reach their goal. Their friend helps them out and they share some pizza to celebrate. This story is caption in English from the original language of meow.

The film was made in 48 hours using a combination of physical puppets, props, sets and 2D illustrations. It was animated using stop-motion animation & 2d animation as well as composited and edited together using after effects.

Credits:
Writer & Director – Chris Shapones
Animation Director – Susie Shapones
Director of Photography – Toby Petch
Editing & Stop-Motion- Susie Shapones
Illustration – Serena Hor & Sherrie Koo
2D animation & compositing- Susie Shapones, Serena Hor & Sherrie Koo
Puppets & props – Chris Shapones, Susie Shapones & Serena Hor