The movement and the enormous chromatic beauty of corals, a kind of marine animals that despite being one of the oldest animals on our planet, are mostly unknown.
You will discover its stunning beauty, its spectacular colors and the mystery of his movements.
Film Type:Animation, Documentary, Experimental
Runtime:4 minutes 1 second
Production Budget:100 EUR
Country of Origin:Spain
Molina de Aragón
August 20, 2016
Antonio Rodriguez CantoCountry: SpainRights: All Rights
Born in Barcelona in 1966.
He began experimenting with timelapse technique in 2007, his early work with his friend Evaristo French www.mylapse.com were oriented to the world of construction.
The interest in discovering new ways of using the technique led him to make his first experimental video-timelapse:
Kaleidolapse Barcelona (2013), the kaleidoscopic view of the city of Barcelona, was a great success, being selected in several festivals in countries around the world and getting the prized badge vimeo staff picks. https://vimeo.com/106264585
Nopeople * Barcelona (2014), retaking the city of Barcelona as the center of the video in this case, emptying of people, also had a great diffusion in social networks and television media.
Coral Colors (2016), the last work in which the technique of timelapse with the world of macro photography and marine corals combined. Second prize in the international exhibition of timelapses of Molina de Aragon.