Hello again, ladies and gents. Hope you’ve enjoyed this past month of YouTube Wednesdays. I’ve put some thought into it, and it looks like this will be the last YouTube Wednesday, but don’t panic: I’m not actually ‘ending’ it, per-say. As of this entry, YouTube Wednesday will become Short-Film Sunday. The content will remain virtually the same, and I will continue to focus on high-quality shorts, just a new name, new show-date, and a better filing system. Hope you’ll continue to enjoy!
This week, we’re going to focus on an animated short I found some months ago. Out of Sight was the graduation project of three students from the National Taiwan University of Arts. It explores the imagination of a young, blind girl who has lost her way. Using her mind, she reveals her surroundings, making it come alive with the beauty and creativity a child can bring to the world around her.
This is a work of art on par with any of the imaginings of Hayao Miyazaki. Enjoy!
If that didn’t make your heart melt, it must be made of stone.
Be sure to tune in next week for the re-branding, re-launch of Short-Film Sunday! Until then, take care.