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A traveler's love letter to Andalusia, this animated film is an homage to the culture, landscape, and architecture of southern Spain. "Colors dance and landscapes morph to the rhythms of ... See full summary »

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Karen Aqua (co-director), Joanna Priestley (co-director)
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A traveler's love letter to Andalusia, this animated film is an homage to the culture, landscape, and architecture of southern Spain. "Colors dance and landscapes morph to the rhythms of southern Spain in the latest work from two award-winning animators." -New York Film Festival "Short but sweet, this new animated tribute to southern Spain is just six minutes long, but the tale spans centuries." -Cheryl Sinapis, Boston Globe Written by Joanna Priestley

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USA

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2 October 2004 (USA) See more »

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1.85 : 1
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Kind of like a commercial for itself
14 June 2006 | by Polaris_DiBSee all my reviews

This is sort of an exploration of Hispanic culture, maybe even a place called Andaluz (forgive my lack of knowledge as to what the title means or refers to). It is a very Southwestern form of art, the stuff you'd expect to see on the sides of old pottery excavated from clay mountains, except animated which is really cool.

Actually, it's like those adds for ethnic identity you see on public access channels and early morning children's shows, only without the message at the end saying something about it being paid for some special interest group. It makes one think about how useful and intricate that animation was, and how quickly one was willing to just not care about it despite the real artistry and development going on behind it.

But that's a side issue. In terms of this film itself, it's pretty and interesting, which is what, I gather, most of Joanna's art is.

--PolarisDiB


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