An animation about a “Gekiga” veteran known as Tatsumi Yoshihiro featured at the 64th Cannes Film Festival and the 2012 ANIMA festival in Brussels. Can you believe I missed the opportunity to watch this?
Directed by: David Dworsky & Victor Köhler
We all live in a digital era brought fort with the 21th century were bright individuals are able to make works that took their predecessors years and share it with everyone true the word wide web.But so can everyone else. We all acknowledge the fact that digital freedom has released a new form of Creativity. But if everyone think that they can make art then won’t true art die?
Please watch this incredibly documentary, a true eye opener about the digital revolution.
-Wishing some spoiled brats and mainstream pop culture would just die , the movie. I’m dead serious right now…
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