The Lost Town Of SwitezThe Lost Town Of Switez (2010) Theatrical Cartoon by Dave Koch
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- Human Ark, Se-Ma-For, Archangel, Denis Friedman Productions, National Film Board Of Canada, Telewizja Polska S. A., Pwsftv I T, Partyflex System, Tomato, Zielony Pomidor, Kamil Polak
- Awards: First Award- Best Short Film, Las Palmas International Film Festival, 2011.
Pulcinella Award for Best Short Film, Cartoons on the Bay, Rome, 2011.
Silver Hobby-Horse for Best Animated Film, Cracow International Film Festival, 2011.
Jean-Luc Xiberras Award For a First Film, Annecy International Animated Film Festival, 2011.
Best Animation Short, Palm Springs International Short Film Festival, 2011.
Union of Bulgarian Filmmakers' Award, World Festival of Animated Film, Varna, Bulgaria, 2011.
Best Animation, New York City Short Film Festival, 2011.
Best Short Animated Film (from 10 to 50 min.), Golden Kruker- International Animation Film Festival, Sofia, 2011.
Best Animation, Naoussa International Film Festival, Greece, 2011.
Best Visual Effects Award, Sichuan TV Festival, Chengdu, China, 2011.
- Originally Released in Apr, 2010 (Estimate).
- Running Time: 19:54 minutes.
- Poland / Switzerland / France / Denmark / Canada
Cartoon Production Information:
From the beginning, The Lost Town of Switez has been conceived without dialogue; the music would be its voice and drive the emotional impact of the film. As a starting point for composer Irina Bogdanovich, director Kamil Polak designed a two-meter-long visual narrative of the rise and fall of the dramatic action of the film, and pasted on references to paintings as the inspiration for particular scenes. Bogdanovich had to compose music which reflected the two periods of the film, and which was suitably epic and mysterious for a tale of destruction and miracles. Her composition is in the Romantic Russian tradition, to which she brings a modern feel. Also important to the film is choral music in the medieval Eastern Orthodox Church tradition. The score has been recorded for several of the key sections of the film using a full orchestra and choir, which imparts a very encompassing and epic sound.
Release date is that of screening at the Las Palmas International Film Festival.
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