A series dedicated to the appreciation of short films of all sorts. (Special bonus: interview with animator Sarah Jolley)
By Annissa Omran (Writer/College Student)
To continue with the series I started a few weeks ago focused on the short film medium, I would like to share for your viewing pleasure a beautiful animated short created by Vancouver Film School student Sarah Jolley.
I absolutely adore this piece for many reasons, chief among them being the gorgeous characterization. The air and movement of the two main players is so fluid they positively glide from scene to scene. As for the music - wonderfully entertaining and perfectly matched.
Those who know me also know I'm a sucker for vintage movies. This harkens back to a bygone era full of all the trappings good stories are made of.
I hope you enjoy SKIP.
When looking into the background of this piece I found that the creator was exceptionally down to earth and wonderfully accessible - so much so that she was kind enough to answer a few questions for Crazytown!
In fitting with my relatively consistent theme of catering to the creative college student, the following interview adresses many of the questions we aspiring artists so desperately want answered.