True Colours is an animated short film I directed as part of my undergraduate degree. The idea for this film I developed in year 2 of my academic studies. Out of 80 pitches it was one of 12 film pitches selected for production. With my selected team of six, we then produced this film within the next 1.5 years.
Since mid 2020 True Colours is doing its festival runs and won't be accessible to the general public until at least the beginning of 2022.
But here I am sharing for the first time, a lot of the pre-production, production and post-production material. From concept art to render processes.
Dive into the world of True Colours and experience just how much work it contains to bring a film to life consisting "only" of 2min and 50seconds of animation.
About the storyline:
True colours is about hiding our true selves in front of other people. The main goal was for people to resonate with the feelings and internal stuggles our protagonist suffers.
Hanna Lea Wyttenbach
Director/ Co-Producer/ Character Designer / Animator / Editor / Sound Design
Producer / Animator / Storyboard Artist
Storyboarder / Animator
Anna von Koelichen
Jade Dou Hua Gordon
Character Design / Animator
Official Festival Selections:
RTS Southern Television Awards, UK - nominated in Undergraduate Animation Category
Animafest World Festival of animated Film, Croatia - International Student Competition
Anibar Animation Festival, Kosovo - Student Competition
Anim!Arte, Brazil - Maxi International Student Competition
Supertoon Animation Festival, Croatia - Animated Student film Competition
Brazil International Film Festival - Student Short film Competition
BEAF Film Festival, UK
Melbourne International Animation Festival (MIAF)
Lift-Off Global Network
AnimArt Festival, Athens
Overmountain Animation Festival, Tennessee US
Monthly Indie Shorts - Official Selection September Student Competition
This is England, France
KDIAF, Taipei - KDIAF Choice
Cinemagic International Film Festival - Cinemagic Young Filmmaker Competition
Purbeck Film Festival, UK - Purbeck Shorts Competition
David Holman Award for Best Student Film -Purbeck Film Festival, UK