Lost animated web video short: Perspective
Category: Arts and Entertainment > Comics and Animation
Asked by: buffal0gal-ga
List Price: $20.00
13 Apr 2006 15:01 PDT
Expires: 13 May 2006 15:01 PDT
Question ID: 718649
I used to have a fantastic little video bookmarked, but I can't find it anywhere. It's of an eggy-shaped line drawn guy with a goofy dog. I'm pretty certain the name is Perspective. The horizon line and lines of they guy's house turn all different kinds of ways, while the dog frolics around. There are no words, the music is a bouncy jazz thing. At the very end, the main character attains "nirvana" and ascends into some kind of Hindu-y looking cloud. I think the author is female, if that helps. It was posted in 2003-2004 on a website with a bunch of other user-submitted videos with a kid-safe category.
Re: Lost animated web video short: Perspective
Answered By: pinkfreud-ga on 13 Apr 2006 15:37 PDT
I'm going out on a limb here. The short animated film that I think you're remembering is "Fetch!" by Nina Paley. It's one of my favorites. You can watch "Fetch!" here: Nina Paley: Fetch http://www.ninapaley.com/Fetch!/fetch1.html Or here: TransBuddha: Fetch http://www.transbuddha.com/mediaHolder.php?id=1683 Or here (this took a LONG time to load, but it worked for me): ClusterFunction: Fetch http://clusterfunction.com/video/ninapaleydotcom/Fetch/fetchsoundSorensen.mov Lots of neat stuff related to Nina Paley may be found on her website: Nina Paley http://www.ninapaley.com I hope this is exactly what you're looking for! If this isn't the right film, please request clarification, and I'll gladly resume the quest. If you can't get any of these links to work, let me know, and I'll try to find "Fetch!" elsewhere. Best regards, pinkfreud
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YES! You SO nailed it. This has been bugging for such a long time -- Since Wired took the videos off their website. You ROCK!
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