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‘Dream Life Of Paper’ Inspiring Poetic Short Film

"Dream Life of Paper," uses mood evocative music, vibrant colour and crystalline images to tell a story of curiosity, wonder and imagination.

Creatives skilled in visual imagery creates an inspiring tale of the life of several Origami figures and breathe such life into the piece. In just a few minutes, the artists takes us through a journey from a dramatic awakening to the explosive climax in which their short lives disintegrate crystaline fragments whispering away in the breeze.

A work of incredible talent and 3d animation, the London-based film, “Dream Life of Paper,” uses evocative music, vibrant colour and crystalline images to tell a story of curiosity, wonder and imagination. This creative visual piece is a one of a kind masterpiece, blending three dimensional characters with colour and music for a moving short film.

The film is about more than just moving images and the use of colour to tell a story. It is  about escaping from convention and embracing how limited our lifespans are.

The Origami figures react with understandable curiosity at the god-like presence in their midst, angling to get a closer look and find out what this being is about. In return, they are rewarded with what appears to be a sense of calm and inner peace just before their eventual demise.

Credits Where Credit is Due

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Chris Jarrett: Director: twitter.com/christojarrett
Sam Vacquier: Lead Creative / Motion
Andon Hristrov: 3D Modeller
Michael Trew: Origami Artist
Music & Sound Design by Father (Joe Farley & Freddie Webb)
Character concept: &agency (Asa Medhurst & Nina Farrell)