|Media||Publicidad en TV y cine, Digital|
|Agencia||Dentsu Inc. Tokyo|
|Creative Director||Shiro Ueshima|
|Editor||Mr Takuro Watabe|
|Spikes Asia, 2014|
|Film Craft||CRAFT: TV: ANIMATION||Bronze Spike|
Creditos y descripciones
The Shinano Mainichi Shimbun, a Japanese local newspaper based in Nagano, created a new flip book animation, "A Family Story," for its 140th anniversary, together with Tekken, who is known for his âPendulumâ music video for the English rock band Muse. The animation was created, via Frontage/Dentsu Tokyo, using an actual newspaper printing press. To make the movement of the flip book animation possible, The agency had to precisely adjust the number of images per second, the frame rate of camera, and the running speed of the newspaper printing press. When they matched all three elements successfully, a total of 1918 images started to come alive.