Short Film: “Fenrir” by Gobelins School of the Image

This is by the folks who also did “Garuda,” and like that one it’s more of an elaborate advertisement than an actual story. Still, the creativity of imagination and excellence of animation is worth sharing. What more is there to say about it? There’s not a real story to make sense of; it’s just an incident, as a weird wolf-creature eats the sun and is attacked for it by a weird forest-man-thing, and they battle with lots of color, fast drum beats, and some humorous touches. It’s fantastical, bursting with energy, and I wish there was more of it.

“Fenrir”

by the animators at Gobelins School of the Image (Gobelins L’Ecole de L’Image) in Paris

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Author: David

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