Short Film: “Chaman” by Gobelins


A young (Native American?) boy stumbles across a shamanic circle; when he stumbles into it, everything suddenly changes, and he sees things the way the shaman sees them.

Again, a product of the Gobelins School of the Images in Paris, France. It doesn’t have quite the poetry or subtle emotional impact of “Garuda” — which is probably their masterpiece, going by what I’ve seen — but it’s still impeccably animated and quite a bit of fun for 57 seconds. These tiny films seem like they would be good fodder for brainstorming story ideas.

Chaman

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Author: David

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