Thu 29 August 2019 | 10:00 pm - 11:30 pm
Haezor - 13 HaRechev St, Tel Aviv,
This month comes out, after almost a year of planning and work, the ambitious clip of the psychedelic ensemble Geshem to Shiram Telephone, which tells the adventures of the band members, who play their song from their smart phone, it turns out, is an abstract parallel universe.
This is a mostly animated stop-motion clip at 24 frames per second (in other words, to make over 4500 images), which was created and produced in
Ghostown ‘s studio – which also produced no less than four animated clips for U2 in the past year.
The clip was made by a small team of hairdressers – animators Radical Boy, Holy Era, photographer John Steiner and artist Kip of the Broken Fingers, all self-taught in art and animation, or dropped out of customary institutions.
The intensive work process spread over the past year, and included work on a variety of art and knitwear production – model building, props, meticulous planning for scenes, lighting direction, photography, editing and more …
Work on a single project for a long period similar to embarking on a journey that is unclear Its length, and indeed – despite a considerable amount of planning, changed the schedule several times during the course of work, and of course many programs took a turn from the original design. Was it all worth it? / The time value can be judged by just watching the clip.
Let’s hear the band playing the song, and all of its other songs.