Frankenstein meets King Kong in six minutes - in Rotterdam, no less. This speedy animation, introducing a peculiar professor and his rebellious aide, was made in 3D and requires the use of a special pair of glasses.
Short 3D animation, to be watched through a pair of blue-red glasses. The story, introducing a peculiar scientist and his defiant aide, includes as many 3D effects as possible. Noses, devices and the teeth of a giant gorilla jump out of the flat surface, while in the background the Rotterdam skyline moves past. A kind of 'Frankenstein meets King Kong' in six minutes, tautly drawn, rapidly told, with old-fashioned horror music.

Title: Kort Rotterdams - De 3D machine
Year: 2008
Duration : 7 minutes
Category: Short Feature
Edition: NFF 2008

NFF Archive

You are now in the NFF Archive. The archive contains contains information on film, TV and interactive productions that were screened at past festival editions. The NFF does not dispose of this material. For this, please contact the producer, distributor or broadcaster. Sometimes, older films can also be found at the Eye Film Museum or the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision.

Stills

Still
Still