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We don’t see things as they are. We see things as we are.

Awesome, touching, oscar winning masterpiece by Chris Landreth about the influential animator Ryan Larkin. What follows is taken from the National Film Boards of Canada website.

“A gentleman panhandler. One of the pioneers of Canadian animation. Oscar nominee. Poor beggar. An artist unable to create. God observing the world. Fallen angel. Arrogant. Shy. Broken. Not destroyed.

“Ryan, directed by Chris Landreth, is an animated tribute to Canadian animator Ryan Larkin. Thirty years ago, at the National Film Board of Canada, Ryan produced some of the most influential animated films of his time. Today, Ryan lives on welfare and panhandles for spare change in downtown Montreal. How could such an artistic genius follow this path?

“In Ryan we hear the voice of Ryan Larkin and people who have known him, but these voices speak through strange, twisted, broken and disembodied 3D generated characters… people whose appearances are bizarre, humorous or disturbing. Although incredibly realistic and detailed, Ryan was created and animated without the use of live action footage, rotoscoping or motion capture…but instead from an original, personal, hand animated three-dimensional world which Chris calls ‘psychological realism’.”

Watch: Part1Part2 (Flash Video)

P.S. You should try to watch this on some better media than YouNoob. It’s really worth it.


3 Responses to “Ryan”

  1. mario gallo on November 10th, 2007 3:11 pm

    hi there,

    is it possible to get the written script of this owesome film for a better comprehension?

    Thanks in advance

    kind regards

  2. Ajit on November 11th, 2007 1:25 am

    Sadly, for many shorts, there is no script available online. couple of links:

  3. mario gallo on November 11th, 2007 9:41 am

    Thank U for your answer. I´ll keep on trying.

    By the way, I send the address of my vdopoem BARRENNESS