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Logorama Picks Up An Oscar

March 8, 2010

Full-length version of Logorama (subtitulado en español).

Last night at the Oscars, the nominated short film The Door (filmed in radioactive Chernobyl) which we recently featured lost out to The New Tenants, in which a new apartment reveals its terrifying history to two men on what might be the worst moving day ever. Meanwhile, the French collective H5‘s Logorama, which we heard a lot about in the past few months, won best animated short film. The film depicts an urban landscape built from logos and a world taken over by real trademarks. Ironically, it won them the iconic golden statue that could have well been one of the many characters in the film.

H5 explains the history behind the short and the making-of (in French).

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