Goldframe (1969)


Synopsis:

Jason Goldframe, a film producer, is always the best and the first! It’s his ambition to be the very first to achieve the inconceivable: making a 270mm film. Obsessed as he is, he even wants to be faster than his shadow. One evening he succeeds.

“Goldframe was a first experiment in freeing myself of rigid and cleaned tracing of characters. The spontanuous, freehand drawing of the main character in the film, Mr. Jason Goldframe, was in perfect symbiosis with the brilliant backgrounds by Paul Van Gysegem.”


Awards:

1969: “Trophy Richard Declerck”, Grand Prix: National Film Festival – Antwerp (Belgium)

1969: Grand Prix for Animation film: National Film Festival – Antwerp (Belgium)

1969: Prize of the BRT: National Film Festival – Antwerp (Belgium)

1969: Prize “Meuter Titra” for best animation film – Antwerp (Belgium)

1969: Special Prize of the Jury: International Filmfestival – Sydney (Australia).

1969: In Competition: International Film Festival – Cannes (France).


Technical File:

– Format: 35mm

– Black and White

– Frame: 1 x 1.33

– Sound: Optical – Mono

– Length: 5′

– Original version: English

– Directed by: Raoul Servais

– Script: Raoul Servais

– Animation: Willy Verschelde

– Backgrounds: Paul Van Gysegem

– Music: Duncan Calyer & Paul Van Gysegem

– Produced by: Absolon Films/Anagram


Contact/Sales:

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c/o Kouterken 16, B 9850 Hansbeke, Belgium
jacques.dubrulle@raoulservais.be
+32 9 3719852