Bermuda

Bermuda
Calvin Frederick
4'02'' ˇ cgi ˇ stopˇmotion ˇ colour
2011 | ValenciaˇCA, USA
Punto y Raya Festival 2011

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The initial concept for this piece involved taking the audience on a journey into a vibrant wasp's nest. Slowly, the project evolved into a conversation of abstract imagery within a real kaleidoscope.
The film was created entirely in-camera without the use of any CGI or compositing. The film was shot using the technique of stop-motion with the assistance of a Motion Control rig.


The music for this film was created by Daniel Eaton. Eaton blended many of the styles and themes discussed in an early meeting, and ultimately crafted an excellent aural compliment to the visuals.


Author
Calvin Frederick
Calvin Frederick

1985 | RaleighˇNC, USA


Calvin Frederick was born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina. He spent two years studying film at the North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem before leaving to explore the world of abstract animation on his own for a few years.
Frederick is currently a BFA4 student in the Experimental Animation program at the California Institute of the Arts.


Lives in USA.   +info