Here’s The World’s First Painted Film About Van Gogh
The world’s first completely painted component film, telling the tale of the life and dubious passing of vexed nineteenth century craftsman Vincent van Gogh, is right now underway and achieved oil painters are welcome to take part.
Titled Loving Vincent, the film will highlight Van Gogh-style artistic creations in each casing. The plot, which will develop through the medium of 120 of the craftsman’s most noteworthy works, is said to be founded on 800 letters composed by Van Gogh himself.
More than 100 painters have supposedly added to the film, utilizing specific work stations, and the creation group is as yet selecting more specialists to join in at its studio in Gdansk, Poland.
By motion picture’s official site lovingvincent.com, where a great idea trailer can be found, chosen painters will be welcome to the Gdasnk studio or to one of its backup studios in Wroclaw, Poland or Athens, Greece, for a 3-day tryout and, if fruitful, would experience a 3-weeks of escalated preparing to figure out how to paint in the style of van Gogh and to convey the depictions to enlivened life.
The motion picture’s chiefs are Polish painter and executive Dorota Kobiela and Hugh Welchman, who has won an Academy Award for creating Peter and the Wolf. Delivering the film are Oscar-winning studios Breakthru Films and Trademark Films. (kes)(+)