Marlene Rask

Marlene Rask

Marlene Rask

Marlene Rask

I really enjoy looking at the details of Marlene Rask’s short film – The Signal. It’s about a man who craves for companionship, and is a stop-motion animation freely adapted from Anders Bodelsen’s short story “Signalet” (“The Signal”) and it’s currently making its round with animateCologne 2012.

She holds an MA in illustration, and took a course on one-man-production at The Short & Documentary Filmschool. While I thought that the character’s facial expression could pop out with a little more exaggeration; considering that everything was done by Marlene herself, it’s an impressive beginning – and I can’t wait to see more of her upcoming films.

6 Replies to “Marlene Rask”

  1. suzanne says:

    Oh my goodness…this is so sweet…and sad…and sweet again.

    Thank you for sharing this beautiful work.

  2. Rina says:

    very cute. I think she’s done a great job, stop motion is kind of a pain in the ass 😉

  3. Claire says:

    Yeah, I think that’s cute. Moreover the feelings are SO real. Sometimes I feel so too.

  4. Good site! I truly love how it is simple on my eyes and the data are well written

  5. Tiffany says:

    The detail is incredible. I felt sad for the guy and hope he makes a friend soon.

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