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On 03, Sep 2014 | In Press | By Pip
Trunk’s directors Lore&Jun have just finished a fun short film for a new science museum in Angola.
Lore and Jun were tasked with creating a simple and joyful animation that captures the alteration of an old soap factory into a new cultural venue. With a nod to W. Heath Robinson and elements of the Mouse Trap board game we enter the factory and observe the change from the production of Sabao, soap in Portuguese, to the cleaning and creation of the new museum. The museum is part of a major redevelopment of Angola’s capital city Luanda. Due to open later this year it will also include an Observatory and Aquarium.
Working to both a tight budget and time frame the promotional film was greeted with enthusiasm by the museum’s directors. They loved the beautiful colour palette that adds to the child like joy of the animation, which is full of quirky connected sequences. The film is accompanied by a wonderful score composed by Philippe Lenzini, which captures the spirit of the rebirth of this capital city.
Following the success of the film the museum directors have asked Lore&Jun to create a range of interactive and information animations that will accompany the coming exhibits. Watch this space.
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Commissioner: Marisa Vinha – Ciencia Viva
Music: Philippe Lenzini
Production: Pedro Lino @ Trunk
Animac Festival invited Lore&Jun to do a workshop with illustration students from EAM. They showed them a lot of experimental animation, discussed movie titles, and did some animation exercises.
Lore&Jun decided to shoot a video about daily moments of an illustrator/animator and use it as baseline so that the students could trace the frames with whatever style they chose. 320 frames were drawn during two and a half days.
The last scene was made with the vast help of Albert Marcet and Gacy Sarubbi.
The students were great and did a beautiful job.
Directed by Lore&Jun.
Illustrated by the students of 1st and 2nd year of EAM, Lleida.
Music by Simon Williams (Sunny Graves).
Featuring lovely Rita.
Inspired by the work of Jeff Scher.
Lore&Jun and Alasdair + Jock have just finished working with Smile for London on their new moving image exhibition “Word In Motion” that aims to uplift and inspire commuters with poetry and moving images during January 2012.
Smile for London invited new and established poets to submit work that has been turned into 20 second typographic films by leading motion artists. The finished silent projections are to be shown across 60 screens on the underground with an expected 1.5 million commuters seeing each video.
Trunk has produced two of the films, Lore&Jun worked with the talented poet Courttia Newland, and Alasdair + Jock worked with poet Nikesh Shulka’s witty vibes.
Daniel Pemberton very kindly composed some music for Lore&Jun’s piece which really pulls everything together nicely, and Aaron Lampert got involved with some sound design for Alasdair + Jock.
Smile for London: Alasdair + Jock
Smile for London: Lore&Jun