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From the Womb to the Tomb – a puppet stop-motion film

A project in Arhus, Denmark by Rolf Blume-Jensen

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A film-noir puppet drama about mortality. In a dystopian future, Elian embarks on a journey looking for a way to cheat death.
Backers: 100
Average Pledge Per Backer: $32

Funded: $3,200 of $42,000
Dates: Dec 5th -> Jan 4th (30 days)
Project By: Rolf Blume-Jensen
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Latest News

This is a see you later, not a good bye

January 3rd - via:
You'll need an HTML5 capable browser to see this content. Play 00:00 00:00  (Read More)

10 hours to the end

January 3rd - via:
10 hours to go! As you can see we’re still a few dollars shy of reaching our goal. In our letter to Santa we wished for a successful campaign, but i guess for some reason he feels we’ve been naughty. Well real miracles have been known to happen,... (Read More)

Final 20 hours

January 3rd - via:
Dear friends and supporters, First of all we want to wish you a Happy New Year!  May 2014 bring all the joy and happiness to you and your closest!   We want to say one HUGE THANK YOU! Despite the months of persistent preparation, when starting the... (Read More)

Update #3 - Sneak Peak from Set

December 17th - via:
Dear friends, Once again thank you so much for your support! We have been trying our best to reach out anyone out there to share the word. Yet again the last days have been pretty slow. We've had some great suggestions and encouragement from you and... (Read More)

From the Womb to the Tomb

December 12th - via:
Stemningen af angst og tilkæmpet ro ligger tykt over alle de billeder jeg har set af projektet. Rummene er små og klaustrofobiske, kroppene forræderiske, ansigterne rynkede. Men temaet er stort og forfaldet ekstremt æstetisk. Det er en verden man har lyst til at gå ind i, selvom den er sort. For mit vedkommende fordi den allerede findes indeni mig – og jeg udnytter enhver mulighed for at give det skjulte og uformulerede mørke derinde, navne som gør at det får en kontur der kan håndteres. (Read More)

Update #2

December 10th - via:
Since our last update we have been working close to every waking hour on our campaign. We were grateful to have our project featured by the NisiMasa international network for young cinema and the Encounters Short Film and Animation Festival, as well... (Read More)


December 10th - via:
Got a nice little email from BL!SSS fans on the other side of the world in Denmark. They’ve started a Kickstarter Campaign to help raise funds to produce an 8-minute stop-motion short. It’s some pretty top-notch animation and if you enjoyed it as much as we have a little donation would be nice. CHEERS! (Read More)

The Spirit of NISI MASA: From a Short Film Challenge to an Ambitious Animation Project

December 10th - via:
NISI MASA has always been a network driven by collaboration, partnership and enthusiasm. It promotes talent and tries to connect creative individuals. Nisimasians from Denmark have proved once again that working together and supporting each other is the best way to grow. (Read More)

And... we have lift off

December 6th - via:
Dear supporters, We thought it was time for a little update about what has been going on since the launch of our Kickstarter campaign. We are pleased to say that we received a great initial momentum thanks to your generous support, of course, and for... (Read More)

Danish filmmakers reveal the eternal story about fear of aging

November 29th - via:
An 8 minutes short-movie captures people’s instinct of hiding and how fear controls their lives (Read More)

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