Spirits of The Piano - 3.25 min – 2011 (Poland)
set to Opus 25. No. 4
Weird and wonderful spirits bring the flying machine, which has crashed on the cliffs, back to life.
3-D puppet animation. Weird and wonderful spirits bring the flying machine, which has crashed on the cliffs, back to life. The magical creatures appeal to young children and the fabulous stop-motion animation appeals to artists and lovers of animation. With its Kronenberg overtones it also catches the eye of sci-fi lovers and teenagers.
Part of “The World of Flying Machine” – unique 3D animation collection, each set to one Chopin’s Etude performed by world famous Lang Lang.
Magdalena Osinska graduated from the National Polish Film School in Lodz in 2008 with a film “Joyets” (“Radostki”). In 2010 Magdalena has done MA course at NFTS on Animation Direction, graduating with a film “Zbigniev’s Cupboard”. Both films won numerous awards. After graduating from NFTS Magdalena has finished a pilot for a television series “Joyets” with the Illuminated Film Company and “Spirits of the piano” produced by Breakthru Films. “Spirits of the piano” is a part of the feature film The Flying Machine. It is a 3d stereoscopic puppet animation. “Spirits of the piano” received so far Best of the Fest 3D Shorts at the Hollywood 3DFF festival and was long-listed for the Academy Award. Magdalena has been working in Aardman Animations on “The Itch of the Golden nit” and “The Pirates! In Adventure with Scientists”.