SFOTD: The Mesmerizing Stop-Motion Magic of ‘Luminaris’

By  · Published on April 16th, 2012

Why Watch? This is absolutely breath-taking work featuring stop-motion mastery and an entrancing story.

In Juan Pablo Zaramella’s Luminaris, a young man who makes light bulbs just like he’d blow up bubblegum plots a plan he can’t execute by himself. It’s stunning work that puts smiles on faces like it was its job. With a whimsical score and a grounding creativity tied to a little light romance, it’s a must-see.

What will it cost? Only 5 minutes.

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