Carried Away

This short animated film is an impressionistic reflection on the creative process. Using black-and-white photographs (representing reality), overlaid with animated colour drawings (representing fantasy), it illustrates the artist as he braves creative storms, indulges spontaneous bursts of inspiration and learns, by trial and error, to harness his creative powers.

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Comments

  • fingerease

    “That is the most "Trippy" movie I've ever viewed. Very beautiful. I will definitely share with friends. ” — fingerease, 30 Dec 2012

  • Felipe_Carrelli

    “I agree with RuralJuror! for me, the film is about changing the point of view, something transcendent! The character`s cap also remember me of the Parangole of brazilian artist Helio Oticica!” — Felipe_Carrelli, 7 Dec 2011

  • RuralJuror

    “what a fine piece of art! i don't like how the synopsis tries to say what it is "about," but thinking for myself isn't too hard.” — RuralJuror, 8 Jun 2010

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Film Credits

director
Vonnie Von Helmolt
producer
Vonnie Von Helmolt
director
Alan Pakarnyk
animation
Alan Pakarnyk
producer
Michael Scott
images
Andreas Poulsson
Drew Lawson
editing
Ken Rodeck
sound editing
Ken Rodeck
music
Randolph Peters

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