“Harvey” by Australian Film, Television and Radio School

  • ©Peter McDonald


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    27

Title:


    Harvey

Length:


    9:32

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  • Australian Film, Television and Radio School

Description:


    “Harvey” combines cutting-edge digital compositing and animation techniques with a poetic metaphorical tale of loneliness and incompleteness. The main character, Harvey, has been cut bru­tally in half from head to groin, down the centre of his body, yet he remains very much alive. The film follows the macabre results of his obsessive relationship with his mysterious neighbour. Actors were shot with blue chroma make-up and combined with heavy Inferno matte work and 3D geometry to create fantastically surreal and macabrely horrifying images.

    Student Work: Australian Film Television and Radio School


Additional Contributors:


    Producers: PRISCILLA COLLINS, RACHEL ROBERTS, Australian Film, Television and Radio School

    Contributors: A TEAM OF ROTOSCOPERS, 3D TRACKERS, AND COMPOSITORS FROM AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND CANADA

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