by ALICE HU // BIN BAI // GUS CLUTTERBUCK // JINGWEI BU // JONATHAN KIM // MENG ZHANG // SWEE WAH YEW
We aim to bring together artists in all disciplines from greater Asia with an annual group exhibition. It is the intention of BRIDGE to establish new bonds between disparate cultures and to explore the fusion of interdisciplinary approaches. We believe that art is not about differences but what we can learn from each other.
The Hunter and the Skeleton, Animated film, 26min.10sec.
The hunter and the skeleton: Short synopsis and credits Short synopsis:
“The hunter and the skeleton”is adapted from one folk story originated from Tibet. It tells a story of a hunter who encountered a skeleton monster on his way of hunting in a mountain, soon found himself becoming the prey of a skeleton monster.
This two-dimensional animation film explored a modern means to present the traditional art and created a visual experience for people to view the diverse world in a new perspective by combining the CGI with the traditional Tibetan painting styles. It also presented with native Tibetan music combined with the modern music genre.
Main Cast and Credits:
Director:Bin Bai (aka.Gentsu Gyatso) Screenplay: Genye Cho
Animation: Nangwang Dolma, Zhong Songgen, Wang Xu, Nyima, Zhou Zhou, Lu Yunhe,
Music : Wuhe Gyatso, Gentsu Gyatso Dubbing: Voice of Skeleton -Gentsu Gyatso
Voice of Hunter- Dawa Gyatso
Voice of Lama Arzha- Sonam Phuntsok Voice of old Farmer- Gengar
Design, Storyboard: Bin Bai (aka.Gentsu Gyatso) Editing: Bin Bai (aka.Gentsu Gyatso), Zhong Songgen
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