Harbour Lights (1960)



Synopsis:

In a coastal village a faulty street lantern lands on the rubbish yard. During a storm a fishermen’s boat is in trouble. The big lighthouse has fallen asleep, but the street lantern saves the boat.

“My first real film Harbour Lights had poor sound and even clumsy animation, but also some good points: a decent script and a simple but strong and appealing graphic design.”


Awards:

1960 : Grand Prix for Animation Film, National Film Festival – Antwerp, Belgium


Technical File:

– Format: 16mm

– Colour

– Frame: 1 x 1.33

– Sound: Optical – Mono

– Length: 10′

– Original version: international – no dialogue

– Directed by: Raoul Servais

– Script: Raoul Servais

– Animation: Raoul Servais

– Music: Luc Van Branteghem

– Produced by: Absolon Films/Anagram


Contact/Sales

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jacques.dubrulle@raoulservais.be
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