Friday Animation Fun: Dum Spiro
The spirit of classic Warner Bros shorts shines through this glorious romp by five students at Esma’s animation school
From the WB-inspired opening ident to the short’s last seconds, it’s obvious that Dum Spiro is a love letter to the classic cartoon shorts of Warner Bros. It’s the work of five students from the Montpellier-based animation campus of Esma (Ecole Superieure des Metiers Artistiques): Boris Cailly, Brieuc Guenole, Jean-Baptiste Hardion, Thomas Lemoine and Sébastien Wackowiez.
Dum Spiro – HD (ESMA 2012) from Dum Spiro on Vimeo.
The short’s name, incidentally, comes from the Roman proverb “Dum spiro, spero”, translated roughly as “While there’s life, there’s hope”.
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on Friday, November 2nd, 2012 at 4:57 pm under Shorts, Showcase.
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