The grey legions invade the world of colour to establish their colourless dominance. Resistance appears in the shape of a scarlet jester, who restores the reign of colour using his chromatic trickery.
“Chromophobia was another step in my evolution towards a simplified, almost schematic graphic design, together with dynamic editing.”
1966: “San Marco Lion”, First Prize for Animation film: International Film Festival – Venice (Italy).
1966: First Prize for Short Films “Miqueldi De Plata”: International Film Festival – Bilbao (Spain).
1966: First Prize for Short Films: International Film Festival – Tehran (Iran).
1966: Prize of the Ministery of Culture of Iran – Tehran (Iran);
1966: Film Critic’s Award: International Film Festival – Tehran (Iran).
1966: First Prize: International “ILFI” Film Festival – Montreal (Canada).
1966: First Prize: International Film Festival – Hyères (F).
1966: First Prize: International Film Festival of Ramat’ Gan – Ramat’ Gan (Israël).
1966: Grand Prize for Animation film: National Film Festival – Antwerp (Belgium)
1966: First Prize: Benelux Film festival – ‘s Hertogenbosch (The Netherlands).
1966: C.I.D.A.L.C. Prize (Centre International des Arts, Littérature & Cinéma)- Paris (France)
1966: Preis für Volkerfreundschaft: Internationale Kurzfilmtage – Leipzig (Germany).
1966: Peace Award: International Film Festival – Moscow (Russia).
– Format: 35mm
– 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
– Backgrounds: Norbert Desyn
– Music: Ralph Darbo
– Produced by: Absolon Films/Anagram, realized with the support of the Ministery of National Education of Belgium
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