Fire Flower/The Best of L.A.A.F Volume 1

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A nun, four orphans and a robot on a quest for beauty. . . what could possibly go wrong?<br> <br>Princess, Fabio, Pigtails and Curly, from St. Mary's Home for Unfortunate Children, are on a field-trip to the botanical garden to celebrate Princess' birthday. On the way they meet a curious grounds keeper and the fireworks begin –– quite literally.<br> <br>In fall of 2014 in the Advanced Studio Production class at Huntington University launched the Fire Flower film project based on a 1-minute storyreel by Kayla Mitchell. The experiment was to see what would happen if emerging animators had the same time, budget and resources to make a short film as a commercial stop-motion studio. The results, five years later, is a beautifully crafted (and irreverently funny) 6-minute stop-motion film for all ages to enjoy.<br> <br>Stephan Leeper <br>Film Director and Professor of Animation
Original languageEnglish
PublisherParallax Studioworks
Size6 minute short
StatePublished - Feb 1 2020


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