Making of La Noria
Foundry – Award-winning animator Carlos Baena knows a thing or two about the film-making business. Having cut his teeth at ILM, Paramount Pictures and Pixar, he’s since struck out on his own, handpicking a team to craft the atmospheric, darkly beautiful animated horror short, La Noria.
La Noria (‘Ferris Wheel’ in English), is the story of a young boy who goes on a life-changing personal journey when he meets a series of otherworldly creatures.
Although the work of an independent film company, this short film punches well above its weight in terms of cinematic quality: it has the slick look and feel of a big-budget production.
As Sasha Korellis, producer at Nightwheel explains: “Because we wanted to do this animation in a way that had a lot of cinematic flavor, it was a no-brainer for Nuke to be part of that”.
That’s because Nuke is the global tool of choice for delivering high-quality post production, across everything from film, to television, to commercials.
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