"Food animation and a lot of creativity are combined in this short that pays a tasty tribute to early cinema history."

Creativity abounds in this experimental short by food artist Alexandre Dubosc, which pays homage to the filmmaking techniques from the pre-cinematograph era. Before the inventions of Edison and the Lumière brothers, optical toys known as “Zoetropes” were used for creating the illusion of motion from a succession of static images. The short does not use stop-motion, it’s all live action shooting.

Even if historic references are made, the author does not shy away from exploring modern techniques such as metamorphosis of sequences (0m22). The short also uses sound effectively as an additional element to play with the images.

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