Rollin’ Wild, animated series by Flying Stone

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If all animals became round overnight, would their daily life still run that smoothly?


This was the question Kyra Buschor and Constantin Paeplow were dealing with whilst working on the concept for the world of “Rollin’ Wild”, which started life as a series of four clips created at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg in 2012.
When Kyra and Constantin presented the clips the reaction was overwhelming: they seemed to have immediately touched the audiences’ hearts. The authors realised then that four clips wouldn‘t be enough and that the world was ready for many more spherical animals. With such aim, Kyra Buschor and Constantin Paeplow founded a small company called Flying Stone.

At the moment they are working hard to extend the world of Rollin’ Wild and hope to be soon able to present you with more and more round animals.

Come and see what they do on www.rollingwild.com

 

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