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Thursday by Matthias Hoegg

Music Video / Film

Posted by Eliza Williams, 30 March 2011, 15:56    Permalink    Comments (11)

Thursday, a delightful short film by Matthias Hoegg, has just been released for general viewing on Vimeo after recently being nominated for a BAFTA...

Described by Hoegg as "an everyday love story set in the not-so-distant future that sees blackbirds battling with technology, automatic palm readers and power cuts", it was created last year while Hoegg was a student at the Royal College of Art, London.

More on Hoegg's work can be found here.

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11 Comments

awesome! awesome! awesome!
badini createam
2011-03-30 17:12:56


Been waiting to see this.
A
A
2011-03-30 17:20:52


wonderful animation. i hope they get bafta!
fragmanlar
2011-03-30 22:33:40


@A its been screened on file-magazine since September last year :)
B
2011-03-31 09:47:01


truly EPIC.
Ashley
2011-03-31 14:00:40


@B
Doh!
Real good tho
A
A
2011-03-31 15:30:55


@A,
Yes it is indeed a great animation. Hope he'll grab a BAFTA in the future.
B
2011-03-31 15:45:26


Nicely done but a bit spooky.
Graphic Design Manchester
2011-04-01 18:19:33


loved it!
flipdvinyl
2011-04-03 04:35:15


Cool anim. I am looking forward to those viewing stations in the sky!
superfried
2011-04-05 20:28:01


Wonderful piece of motion graphics. Works on many levels
Motion Graphics
2011-04-07 09:49:35


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