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Theory of Flight: Animated Short Film by All in Pixel

Published Mar 28, 2019

‘Theory of Flight’ is an incredible short film created by All in Pixel, a creative studio focused on pixel animation.

“The near future can be a beautiful place thanks to technology, at least this is what the nice people at The Verge think. So they invited us to create the first episode of their animated serie ‘Better Worlds’, a science fiction project about hope.

Its style combines pixelated retro video games with a cinematic approach based on the classics of dystopian sic-fi movies. Based on the story by Justina Ireland, we adapted the script to imagine a future about the revolutionary heroine Carlinda’s daring plan to build an open-source rocket to help more people escape contaminated planet Earth, to a better, cleaner life on planet ‘Europa’. Kickstarting a revolution to open up the skies to everyone.

As women power believers, we created a strong female main character finding her way in a distopian world.”

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