Chromophobia (1966)

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Chromophobia (1966)

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  • Traditional Animation
  • Ministry of National Education and Culture, Absolon Films
  • Cartoon Characters: Chromophobians, Townspeople, Santa.
  • Directed By Raoul Servais.
  • Animated By Raoul Servais, Veronique Arkosi, Annie Berdal, Rita Carbonez, Norbert Deseyn, Jean Pierre Glineur, Marinette Vandevijvere, Willy Verschelde.
  • Awards: Lion de Saint Marc (San Marco Lion) Animation Prize, Venice International Film Festival, 1966.
  • Music: Ralph Darbo.
  • Originally Released in September of 1966 (Estimate).
  • Running Time: 14 minutes.
  • Gevacolor
  • Belgium  Belgium

Cartoon Summary:

The Chromophobians, an invading black and white army, marches into a peaceful town in the land of color, imprisons the citizens (even Santa!), and shoots away the colors. The army struggles to eliminate the world of color, presenting the dilemma of a society...  (more)

Cartoon Production Information:

Based on director Raoul Servais' childhood experiences during the Nazi occupation of World War II.

Release date is that of screening at the Venice Film Festival.

Budgeted at an estimated 500,000 Belgian francs.

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