Sombrer (Drowning)

“Sombrer (Drowning)” is an experimental film made under the camera with INK/WATER/PAPER about depression.

A film by Myriam L. Obin (Canada | 2014 | 2 mins)

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About Myriam L. Obin

As an artist Myriam made multiple animation films during university. Her film went to many festivals and she won a prize in Poland for her work. During her undergraduate degree, she spent a year of study in Paris at the Beaux Arts. There, she took a special course in storytelling that led her to produce her first comic book publication. Through her art she hopes to tell relevant stories where character development affects the spectator.

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Director's Statement

My first video was a mix media of painting. I made animation by placing acetate over the ink and pushing it in order to create animation. The sound recording is underwater noise I recorded. The other was a drop of painting on the floor and just figuring out what was the most appropriate way for me to do the editing.


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