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Loving Vincent: The Journey
It details the complicated life and controversial death of Vincent van Gogh. More than six years in the making with the help of artists, this brilliant animated feature is composed of 65, painted frames. Loving Vincent had a 7-year production journey—director Dorota Kobiela had originally planned it as a short film. The Loving Vincent team produced design paintings in the early testing stages. Some 5, artists applied to work on Loving Vincent. The selected animators had to complete a hour training program.
I left the museum with a greater appreciation of Van Gogh and his work. I also saw the film Loving Vincent on the plane trip back to the U.
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Get your copy of this exclusive behind the scenes book today, available at a special pre-order price until February 14th The book is a showcase of the best paintings and artwork from the film, including all the paintings currently touring the world in the Loving Vincent Exhibition. As well as delving into the artistic process, the book goes through the technical film-making steps taken in the making of Loving Vincent, including guiding readers through the research and development phase, where the film-makers tested various options before deciding on the final approach and look for the film. The book is not just a celebration and explanation of the artistic process, it also details the emotional roller-coaster experienced by the directors in their 10 year journey from when Dorota Kobiela came up with the idea in an attic flat in Lodz in Poland when she had no job and no money, to walking down the red carpet for the Oscars. The creative team behind the book, are the same people behind the film. The book is written by Hugh Welchman, co-writer and co-director and producer of the film, with two chapters on her personal journey contributed by Dorota, co-writer, co-director and creator of the film.