THE TAPE IS BASED ON THE ICONIC CHARACTER OF THE 80’S ANIMATION SERIES
The 47th Huesca International Film Festival presented on Tuesday the audiovisual animation project D’Artacan and the three musketeers. Its director Toni García has shown the on-going work of this production based on the classic cartoons of the 80s that was a milestone for the Spanish industry, uses 3D animation although some of its fragments remain faithful to the original work in traditional 2D animation.
The director and producer highlighted the value such a well-known character and the analysis required to identify its strengths, in order to reach new audiences through its creative development.
During this presentation in Huesca, García has taken the opportunity to talk about animation and the path taken by the sector. “My passion is animation from the beginning of this technique”, claimed the director who started his career through 2D formats, craft work, pencil sketches, brushes and watercolors. He pointed out however that despite the great technical improvements experienced in the last decades, “quality depends very much on the creativity and the story you are telling.
As for creative work, he stressed the importance of “reaching the audience generating emotions they can identify with” he explained. For this reason, Garcia emphasized that for his film they have done a deep work on emotions, paying attention to every detail and generating color atmospheres linked with the feelings that were to be expressed.
The presentation of projects is one of the activities scheduled in the Huesca event with the purpose of generating synergies between professionals of the sector. This program continues on Thursday with two other works: the feature film Planeta 5,000 by Carlos Val and Armugán by Jordi Solé , a work that will be shot soon in the province of Huesca.
The Huesca International Film Festival is sponsored by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports, the Government of Aragon, the Provincial Council of Huesca (Diputación), the City of Huesca, the Anselmo Pié Foundation and with the collaboration of Obra Social “la Caixa” and TUHUESCA.