Animationsfilm Forever Young!

Forever Young ist ein musikalischer Kurzfilm über das Alter und die Jugend, über die Realität und Träume. Er zeigt einen magischen Moment im Leben einer alten Frau. Durch die Klänge ihrer Vergangenheit durchdringt sie das Gefühl der ewigen Jugend – ein letztes Mal oder für immer?

“Alles wiederholt sich nur im Leben, ewig jung ist nur die Phantasie: Was sich nie und nirgends hat begeben, das allein veraltet nie.” Friedrich von Schiller

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Forever Young – Animation Short from Solveigh Jäger on Vimeo.

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  • Pig and Pepper: I found this film while surfing the web looking for information about films in the upcoming NY International Children’s Film Festival. I enjoyed the soundtrack and thought it added to the piece. It was suspenseful- was it a flashback, a dream? would the woman die when the radio fell?
  • Kuriositas:  This is lovely.  An old woman reminisces about her youth, the love, the music, the energy – and is transported back to her heyday by the magic of memory.   There is little plot here – it is more of an animation of insight than of story – but the back plot is rich and it is easy to imagine a whole lifetime in just a few minutes. This is a student film, made by Solveigh Jäger at the Media University of Stuttgart – so as such you have to forgive the rough edges as this was made on a miniscule budget.  Yet it is obvious that a great deal of care – no, love – has gone in to this project.  Thanks, Solveigh, for suggesting that we feature this – you should be exceptionally proud of your work! This charming animated short will make you feel all warm and fuzzy, so if you are feeling a little low, give it a go!

“Alles wiederholt sich nur im Leben, ewig jung ist nur die Phantasie: Was sich nie und nirgends hat begeben, das allein veraltet nie.” Friedrich von Schiller

Webseite:

Zur Website››

Video:

Forever Young – Animation Short from Solveigh Jäger on Vimeo.

Veröffentlichungen:

Kommentare:

  • Pig and Pepper: I found this film while surfing the web looking for information about films in the upcoming NY International Children’s Film Festival. I enjoyed the soundtrack and thought it added to the piece. It was suspenseful- was it a flashback, a dream? would the woman die when the radio fell?
  • Kuriositas:  This is lovely.  An old woman reminisces about her youth, the love, the music, the energy – and is transported back to her heyday by the magic of memory.   There is little plot here – it is more of an animation of insight than of story – but the back plot is rich and it is easy to imagine a whole lifetime in just a few minutes. This is a student film, made by Solveigh Jäger at the Media University of Stuttgart – so as such you have to forgive the rough edges as this was made on a miniscule budget.  Yet it is obvious that a great deal of care – no, love – has gone in to this project.  Thanks, Solveigh, for suggesting that we feature this – you should be exceptionally proud of your work! This charming animated short will make you feel all warm and fuzzy, so if you are feeling a little low, give it a go!

“Alles wiederholt sich nur im Leben, ewig jung ist nur die Phantasie: Was sich nie und nirgends hat begeben, das allein veraltet nie.” Friedrich von Schiller

Webseite:

Zur Website››

Video:

Forever Young – Animation Short from Solveigh Jäger on Vimeo.

Veröffentlichungen:

Kommentare:

  • Pig and Pepper: I found this film while surfing the web looking for information about films in the upcoming NY International Children’s Film Festival. I enjoyed the soundtrack and thought it added to the piece. It was suspenseful- was it a flashback, a dream? would the woman die when the radio fell?
  • Kuriositas:  This is lovely.  An old woman reminisces about her youth, the love, the music, the energy – and is transported back to her heyday by the magic of memory.   There is little plot here – it is more of an animation of insight than of story – but the back plot is rich and it is easy to imagine a whole lifetime in just a few minutes. This is a student film, made by Solveigh Jäger at the Media University of Stuttgart – so as such you have to forgive the rough edges as this was made on a miniscule budget.  Yet it is obvious that a great deal of care – no, love – has gone in to this project.  Thanks, Solveigh, for suggesting that we feature this – you should be exceptionally proud of your work! This charming animated short will make you feel all warm and fuzzy, so if you are feeling a little low, give it a go!

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