Kaoru Furuko Direction, Animation and Illustration

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Striped Tiger and White Rabbit -Vietnamese folktale-

2009,
14 minutes,
All the materials are collected in Vietnam such as hand-made textile, embroidery, jewelry, paper, food and plants etc. ,

 

 

Video excerpts from the animated film. (3 minutes)

 

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Stop-motion animation short film created with inspiration from the ethnic groups of Vietnam and their folktale. The materials used in the animation and the musical instruments played in the soundtrack were gathered from villages around Vietnam. The story is inspired by “Grey Tiger and White Rabbit”, an oral folktale which has been passed down from generation to generation in the Ma group.
Original soundtrack composed and performed by Christian Wellbo.

“A tiger who is very hard-working and kind meets a mischievous white rabbit. The rabbit soon finds out that the tiger is growing a special fruit – which the rabbit LOVES to eat! It doesn’t take long for the rabbit to come up with a plan…”

Director and animator : Kaoru Furuko
Music : Christian Wellbo
Sound : Christian Wellbo and Kaoru Furuko

This project was funded by Kyoritsu International Foundation, Tokyo, Japan]

 

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