Draft One

A deconstructive attempt to describe the magnitude of analog filmmaking using animation's most basic McGuffin: The Bouncing Ball. The product of a course called "Analog Animation", 51 students shot this "chained animation" within 8 days. Juergen Hagler and Remo Rauscher supervised the project. They teach "Media Technology and Design" at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Campus Hagenberg.

The final video itself was handed in to many film festivals, such as Crossing Europe.