PLASTICPOEMS short film, 2min., Canada, Animation/Experimental
ENVIRONMENT SHORT FILMS • Animation, Independent, Short Films, Special Interest
Two concrete poems come to life via animated text and sound in this short unnarrated video based on Fiona Tinwei Lam's visual poems about marine plastic pollution.
Directed by Fiona Tinwei Lam
Animation: Nhat Truong
Sound Design: Tinjun Niu
Each poem asks for a different approach. Text, visual images and sound are woven together in video poetry to create something quite new. Synergies develop when poets and animators collaborate!
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