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A History Of Evil

Animated Documentary-Mockumentary about Evil in western civilization from Ancient Greece to present day. The film was intended to show what people have believed in and pointed to as evil throughout history, to get you to think about what evil really is and to show that when we get too obsessed with “evil” we might end up taking part in it ourselves.
This is a student project, animated frame by frame in flash and composited and textured in AfterEffects.

Authors said pretty much and detailed about project by their own. VideoDoc this time just want to point out key moments:

  •  Simple Animation. This time simple 2D Flash animation comes very, very handy. When you want to express, reveal some nowadays human or even society’s temper give a try to simplicity. And try to connect simple 2D with funny, humorous caricature-like drawings and people will like it and take a watch so chances your message get to them rises.  Of course, it is not the only way 🙂
  • Tell Your Story. Don’t be afraid of people hearing your voice!  Help picture to send message. Here one man done voice records and here it worked well! You don’t have to be voice actor, you can do it by yourself! Take a paper if what, no one will see from other side of your monitor that you are reading your message.

VideoDoc is sure that people aren’t evil by nature and we can work out changes in our attitude, behavior and belief systems to positive. While it’s true not only Western civilization but whole humanity has a hope for bright and interesting future

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