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Raphaël Haab

independant animation filmmaker in Geneva

Film d'animation sur la S.d.N

PRESENTED ON MAY 09, 2019
IN GENÈVE @ VOL 9

A la découverte des archives graphiques de la Société des Nations ! Le court-métrage d'animation que j'ai réalisé durant mes études s'inspire d'archives issues du Palais des Nations: affiches, caricatures ou dessins. Durant cette présentation, je vais vous parler des coulisses de la réalisation de ce film.

http://www.raphaelhaab.ch/desseinsdiplomatiques/

Let's go to a trip inside the League of Nations' archives. The animation short I made during my master's degree is inspired by graphics archives of the League of Nations such as cartoons, posters and drawings from that time. I'll present you the making of this film.

 

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"The world's first movie theater was in Buffalo, New York."

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