A faun called Mune becomes the Guardian of the Moon. He must face a titan who wants to own the Sun, endangering the balance between day and night.
Digital animation –that form of creating animated stories that became a formula and a commercial standard with Pixar– is always attached with a phrase: ever since CGI dominates animation, 2D –”handmade” animation– covers itself in its creative capacity. Bad news for 2D: Mune uses digital ways to create images and characters that are usually associated with more plastic, elastic, and –to be honest– memorable creations. Its characters, including Mune itself, live in a world of warriors and nature that owes everything to Hayao Miyazaki and J. R. R. Tolkien. But the film knows how to translate those ideas that hypnotise animation lovers into a clear and subtle form suitable for children. Mune is the perfect combination that confirms animation –even when featuring a hero’s journey– still has a lot to offer. JMD
D: Alexandre Heboyan, Benoit Philippon G: Benoit Philippon, Jérôme Fansten E: Isabelle Malenfant DA: Rémi Salmon S: Olivier Calvert M: Bruno Coulais P: Grégoire Melin, Aton Soumache, Alexis Vonarb, Dimitri Rassam PE: Brice Garnier, Jean-Bernard Marinot CP: Onyx Films Kinology
Kinology. Grégoire Graesslin T +33 9 5147 4344 E email@example.com
He worked in DreamWorks animating characters from Kung Fu Panda (2008) and Monsters vs. Aliens (2009).
He was born in France, and directed the film Lullaby for Pi (2010).
27 de April de 2016
Durante 11 días y en 27 sedes, la ciudad se vistió de cine con una notable respuesta del público.
24 de April de 2016
find here which are the surprise films that bafici programmed for today at village recoleta: there are tickets available for all screenings.
24 de April de 2016
enjoy a free three-part program at cc recoleta: shorts from the “hacelo corto” fest, wallace & gromit and michael jackson.View all news