Thursday, 20 December 2012

"Pigeon: Impossible"

Pigeon: Impossible is an animated short film made by writer/director Lucas Martell. The film took nearly five years to complete and represents his first attempt at animation. 
"When the project started, it was mostly an excuse to learn 3D animation, but by the end of the project I had spent so much time reworking and polishing the story that I just wanted people to laugh."
The end-result is a hilarious six-minute romp through the streets of Washington D.C. as our hero fights to save himself, and the world from the chaos reigned down by a hungry pigeon. Breathtaking visuals and a sweeping soundtrack showcase the work of nearly one-hundred talented artists and musicians, and the film stands as a testament to what can be accomplished by a team of dedicated volunteers working for the love of their craft.
A rookie secret agent is faced with a problem seldom covered in basic training: what to do when a curious pigeon gets trapped inside your multi-million dollar, government-issued nuclear briefcase.


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2 comments:

Ed Love said...

One of my favourites, thanks for the reminder!

Kathy Smart said...

Perhaps the writer was a fan of the actor Walter Pidgeon.