An Animated Documentary about a death experience.
In 1936, after a death experience, a Mexican artisan portrays through his carton craft skills the creatures he witnessed.
This story resembles the memories and emotions I felt when my father was in a coma for two years with a vague consciousness. That is why I decided to honor not my father, but another man whose name is hardly remembered and who is the inventor of the Mexican most iconic popular craft: Pedro Linares.
In the next video, you can watch a bit of the making of.
There’s too much work done until now. The following are some concept art stills and work of preproduction for the puppets and scenographies.
¿Is this a documentary? There is an interesting discussion about it. You can read more in my theoretical thesis.
To produce this film is necessary to have a talented team of artists and technical equipment. Now I’m applying for fundings for cooproduction in Mexico and Switzerland but at the same time is necessary to work on animation tests and preproduction. By participating as a sponsor, you become part of the executive production team.