"Daily Battles" 3D Premiered at TED2013
"Daily Battles" was directed by James Stewart and produced by Geneva Films in Canada. "Daily Battles" is a stereoscopic 3D short movie based on paper artwork by artist Béatrice Caron. The film was presented for the first time at TED2013
Watch the full "Daily Battles" short here under (in 2D).
French artist Béatrice Coron creates stories from cut paper. And while this one—told in stunning 3D, with a soundscape—contains castles and fire-breathing dragons, it tells a tale we all can relate to: of the constant, everyday battles we face. Says Coron, "It seems there is always a dragon to slay, a kingdom to be won, a Holy Grail to find ... I win some battles but the war is never over." This short film premiered at TED2013. Beatrice's talk is visible here on TED.com.
Her web page is here, full of incredible paper creations and an online shop.
James Stawart met Béatrice Coron at a previous TED event in 2011. They decided to do the film together...
Very Good Studios
"Daily Battles" stereoscopic animation, colour and compositing are due to Matthew Hemming.
Matthew Hemming is an award-winning commercial artist, writer, animation director and visual effects supervisor whose experience ranges from stereoscopic stop-motion film to commercial broadcast design.
Matthew is the creator of several award-winning animated short films and is the author (under a pseudonym) of nearly twenty books. His most recent project is the co-founding of VERY GOOD STUDIOS, an independent creative production shop located in Barrie, 45 minutes north of Toronto, Canada. Visit Very Good Studios for more information.
Source: TED2013 (Daily Battles Making Of video included).