The long and short of short film making! Animation Xpress case study on The Bad Egg.

One of the best ways for an animation studio to evolve its team’s skills is by producing short films.

The benefits of getting into the habit of producing short films are plenty.

These include:

– Script to Screen’ film making experience

– A chance for the artists to explore creativity without constraints

– The opportunity to try out new techniques and technology.

– Great addition to the show-reel

– Great profile building in terms of international exposure and recognition on the festival circuit.

– Boost to Confidence

Directed by Bala Rajasekar and produced by Ashish Kulkarni, The Bad Egg, a short film produced by Bangalore based Anirights Infomedia Pvt Ltd has got international recognition to its makers.

The film was recently selected by a jury of Japanese animation experts as the winning Indian entry (amongst 195 Indian entries) to DIGICON 6+2, an all Asia digital competition organized by Tokyo Broadcasting System, Japan.

Animation proudly presents a case study on Anirights Infomedia’s The Bad Egg.

The study looks at various film making aspects including story, direction and performance. Another high point of the film that the study delves into is how the makers managed to give the flash animated film a 3D look complete with rich texturing and depth.

An Animation Xpress Case Study
Researched, Written and Designed by Anand Gurnani

With Special Thanks to
Anirights Infomedia CEO and The Bad Egg Executive Producer Ashish Kulkarni, Director Bala Rajasekar, Co Director Vikram Vetturi, Production Head Vikas Verma, Lead Animator Vijayraj and the entire Anirights Team that worked on The Bad Egg including K. Suresh, Milton, Anand Deshpande, Mahendra, Vijay Sarathi, Chalapathy, Hemanth, Sapan, Vara Prasad and Senthil G.