“Meet Meline” tells the story of a little girl that’s faced with an extraordinary event. A strange little creature will appear in her life. So does Meline know the little creature, is it real, what will happen when she meets this mysterious creature for the first time? She goes through an array of emotions from curiosity to excitement, fear and even passion!
Here’s a little sweet and colourful stop motion and pixilation animation created by Alexandre Dubosc from France, promoting the 50th anniversary of the Annecy International Animated Film Festival and Market. If you feel like caring how this was created, click his flickr page for a behind the scenes look.
“And I’m still carrying the gift you gave, it’s a part of me now, it’s been cherished and saved, it’ll be with me unto the grave and then unto eternity.” (Bob Dylan)
Andreas Hykade was born in 1968 in Altoetting. From 1988-1990 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Stuttgart, followed by studies at the Baden-Wuerttemberg Film Academy from 1992-1995. Since 1992 he has been working as a freelance filmmaker and since 2000 as a professor of Animation at the School of Arts and Design Kassel. His films include: The King is Dead (1990), We Lived in Grass (1995), Ring of Fire (2000), Tom & the Slice of Bread with Strawberry Jam & Honey(series, since 2003), The Runt (2006), The Bunjes (2007), and Love & Theft (2010) among others.
yo yo yo, check it, i come through….
A pretty chauvinistic outlook on what life is all about….sorry if this offends the women who are out there ‘doing it for themselves’. For the rest of you, you know who you are…