Tuesday, March 19, 2013


Hey everyone - so I recently saw Zeitgeist: Addendum for the first time. Some of the social and economical issues are a little conspiratorial in nature, and it's clearly not for everyone's taste. Despite this, some of the animations in the film are striking and produce powerful messages without a narrative. The ending of the film, in particular, is a great example of how animation can be used to deliver a clear, important statement on our culture. It uses rotoscoping and tracking techniques to impose green screen shots against animated backgrounds and to add videos of TV static over real backgrounds.

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