The Polish Language (2010) Trailer
Trailer for the animated short The Polish Language, which screened at SXSW 2010.
The Polish Language is an animated film-poem about the subversive force of art and the renewal of poetry in the whispery language of Polish.
Based on the poem of the same title, the film pays homage to the revitalization of poetry in the Polish language in the 20th century. Using hand-drawn, stop-motion, time-lapse and computer techniques, the poem unfolds onscreen, with typography as a key visual element. It visual style is loosely based on underground publications in Poland in the 1970s and 1980s, known as Bibula. A chorus of voices sampling poems in Polish, woven together with original music by sound designer Justin Spooner, combine to create a powerful score in a film of 'emotional depth and technical sophistication.'
- Posted: March 07, 2010
- Director: Alice Lyons
- Writer: Alice Lyons
- Studio: Independent
- Release: March 16, 2010
- Cast: Unknown or Not Available
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