The Reality Clock (2011) - University of Southern California College or University Produced Cartoon

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The Reality Clock

The Reality Clock

The Reality Clock (2011) - University of Southern California College or University Produced Cartoon The Reality Clock

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  • College Project from University of Southern CaliforniaCollege
  • University of Southern California
  • Cartoon Characters: Old Man.
  • Voice Actors: J. Louis Reid.
  • Directed By Amanda Tasse.
  • Animated By Amanda Tasse.
  • Awards: Best Animated Short, San Pedro International Film Festival, 2012.
  • Music: Igor Nemirovsky.
  • Originally Released on May 04, 2011. (more dates More Dates...)
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

"Reality Clock" is an experimental animated portrait of an elderly watchmaker as he struggles to accept the influence of early-stage dementia on his identity and...  (more)

Cartoon Production Information:

Shot in full stereoscopic 3D, using time-lapse photography, pixelation, live-action, and stop-motion animation, The Reality Clock immerses the viewer in the internal experience of the character,...  (more)

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