The Looking Planet

2015 | Animation | Short Film


Enjoy this CGI 3D Animated Short Film and winner of over 50 film festival jury and audience awards including Best Short Film, Best Sci-Fi Film, Best Animated Film, Best Production Design, Best Visual Effects, and Best Sound Design. During the construction of the universe, a young member of the Cosmos Corps of Engineers decides to break some fundamental laws in the name of self-expression.

Produced on a 2007 Mac Pro home computer. Very special thanks to the Kaingang of Brazil. Thanks also to Solid Angle SL, Marcos Fajardo, Kathy Smith, and the USC School of Cinematic Arts.
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