Zoudov - 1960s Style Spy Film Short

Zoudov - French Animation Short The animation short Zoudov was created by three students – Clement Bolla, Aurelia Vernhes and Laurent Gillot,  as their final year project at the Supinfocom animation school in Arles, France. 

Set during the heyday of the cold war – the paranoid 1960s’, the short film has a lot of suspense, espionage and an absolutely brilliant soundtrack. It is very similar in style to Pixar’s The Incredibles. The animation is smooth and fluid, and the production is first-rate. The ending may be a disappointment to some, but it’s perfect, when you consider the genre of the film.

This creative trio have a brilliant future ahead of them.


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