Weekend Fright Flick: Oceansize

Oceansize (France-2008) — a handsome, beautifully done sci-fi animated short film — was the creation of four students of Supinfocom Arles: Romain Jouandeau, Adrien Chartie, Gilles Mazières and Fabien Thareau. It would be impressive if it had been created within a large studio — no excuses need be made for its “amateur” origins. Check it out.

Synopsis:

Workers on a futuristic oil-rig find themselves overwhelmed by a gigantic sea-creature intent on reclaiming the ocean for itself.

For those interested in exploring it further, here is a “Making Of” doco:

Thanks, Avery.

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4 Responses to Weekend Fright Flick: Oceansize

  1. Avery says:

    I knew you’d like it Rob! I loved it! These guys did a really great job and made us all one fun giant monster short. I’d love to see what they could do with a bigger budget on a feature length giant creature flick.

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