Archive of films Notice / Notice
2004, 2 min
Section: Focus on the Netherlands
A blonde woman is getting ready to go out to have some fun but, every time she opens the front door, she realises that she’s not dressed appropriately and goes back in to get changed yet again… A black-humoured animated anecdote using a special technique which ponders the fact that life is as unpredictable as the weather.
A blonde woman is getting ready to go out to have some fun but, every time she opens the front door, she realises that she’s not dressed appropriately and so she keeps going back in to get changed… A black-humoured animated anecdote which shows that life is as unpredictable as the weather. The piece was modified on computer where the blurred animation effect was achieved using only eight drawings a second.
About the director
Roelof van den Bergh studied film and animation at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam. In the period 1989–2001 he created several laser shows and multimedia projects which won a series of awards from the International Laser Display Association (ILDA). He has also worked on various programmes for Dutch television. He won the Special Award from the international jury at the Hiroshima Animation Festival for his short film Notice (2004).
About the film
Color, 35 mm
|Section:||Focus on the Netherlands|
|Director:||Roelof van den Bergh|
|Screenplay:||Roelof van den Bergh|
|Dir. of Photography:||Roelof van den Bergh|
|Producer:||Roelof van den Bergh|
|Contact:||EYE Film Institute Netherlands|
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