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40 años de Aardman

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Little Bafici / Little Bafici - Aardman

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Aardman is the English blessing Nick Park and Peter Lord used to compress their passions (like when someone squashes clay to create new, mutant, happy colors) and concentrate them into a studio that has become a source of a different kind of animated cinema, either frame-by-frame or digital. Aardman’s 40 years can be sensed in both its handmade logo and his most recent works, including commercials and classic characters, like Wallace and Gromit, Angry Kid, or Shaun the Sheep. Those 40 years mean four decades of films –medium–length and short ones– that have appealed to a romantic mixture of purity, cinephilia, dedication, and a certain Quixote-like joy
(honestly: no one has ever done what Aardman did with frame by frame animation). In a world where digital cinema prevails and rules, Aardman is not so much counter-culture as a happy and possible Eden, where the will to mold a playful spirit gets mixed with the urge to create stories as lovely –and possibly everyday-like– as five o’clock tea. JMD