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Espieglerie a la Boulangerie! 3D Independent Short

by Benjamin M Libby
(San Francisco, California, USA)

Espieglerie a la Boulangerie! Draft trailer preview image

Espieglerie a la Boulangerie! Draft trailer preview image

Synopsis: Jean-Pierre is a local artisan bread baker and artist. France holds an annual bake off where the bread bakers of France create magnificent baked bread creations. As the years have gone by Jean-Pierre's designs weaken over the years and become less and less inspiring. Today is judgement day, Jean-Pierre is beside himself as to what to do. About to give up all hope he prepares his daily selection of breads and an unexpected product happens. Both Jean-Pierre and the judge are shocked to the final piece.

Screenwriting by: Benjamin M Libby and James Thibeault

Team: Flying Cloud Animation is a student collaborative group named after the famous clipper ship; Flying Cloud. Originally constructed in Boston by Donald McKay, Flying Cloud sailed from New York to San Francisco in eighty-nine days. With an incredible ship and a extraordinary crew, the Flying Cloud made record time sailing from the Atlantic to the Pacific.

We have our ship. We have our crew. We are ready.

Most of us attend different colleges and universities around the world, some working for big corporate giants such as Blizzard Entertainment. We have come together through school, start up video game companies and friends to create outstanding short animated films.

Website: www.cloudanimation.com

Future Goals:
We have three more shorts that are currently being developed with an ultimate 60 minute feature. We are pressing for an official selection awards for any of our shorts / feature.

Limitation:
-Due to the electricity costs of producing an animated film, Renderfarm services can be expensive; for a quick example a 36,000 frame short which is 10 minutes long at 29.97FPS would cost between $7,000 - $13,000.
-Another Limitation without using a Renderfarm would be rendering on personal computers: the timeframe for the above equation would be about 9,000 hours or 375 days to render versus using a renderfarm service @ 4 days.

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May 21, 2010
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Awesome....
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Awesome work. Really enjoyed it.

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Apr 02, 2010
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Awesome
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Heard you guys got some pixar and ilm people working on your shorts. Hopefuly you guys can crank some awesome stuff out

Jan 06, 2010
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Excellent

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