Adam by Evelyn Jane Ross (2016)

September 5, 2017

In the beginning of them She created us. Adam is an eye-opening claymation film. It’s nothing like Wallace and Grommit; it’s neither a children’s story nor does it have a distinct character. Instead, it’s poetic narrative depicting love and emotional sincerity. It uses the malleable nature of clay to emphasize the main idea, creation. “Adam” also defies the perception that animation is a children’s medium.

The film maker Evelyn Jane Ross is a 2016 graduate from the Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in film/animation/video. She is an interdisciplinary artist with a focus in claymation, with experience in hand-drawn and Maya animation. She grew up in Las Cruces, New Mexico and has since then had her work featured internationally and has worked on professional film sets.

Stills from the film.

Awards:
BAFTA FINALIST – International Student
Best of festival- CTIAF
Best 10 minutes – SICAF
Best Animated Film- Yale Student Film Festival
Best Animated Film- Berlin Flash Film Festival
Best Animated Short-Erotic & Bizzare Film Festival
Best Animated Short- Sante Fe Independent Film Festival
Finalist-Stop Motion Barcelona Short Film Festival
Jury Special Mention- Mammoth Lakes Film Festival
Finalist- Wellington Student Film Festival, Florida
Semi-Finalist- El festival de cortometrajes “Jose Francisco Rosado”
Award Red- back_up film festival
Semi-Finalist- Miami Epic Fest

Interview:
wearemovingstories.com/we-are-moving-stories-videos/2016/12/16/santa-fe-film-festival-adam

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