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There is a world in a world

Concept

Corals are very complex organisms: they are both mineral, plant and animal. They are dying from global warming and pollution.
One of the destructive phenomena that is occurring is the bleaching of the same caused by the stress of rising water temperatures.
We do not realize global warming because all the heat ends up in the oceans, if it were not so on earth there would be at least 50 °.
Corals thus get sick and die.

Subject & Style

Il video inizia con l’inquadratura del cielo, per poi scendere verso un borgo arrivando così al mare dove, immergendoci, vedremo la sua flora e fauna marina, fino ad arrivare ai coralli. Viene spiegato cosa sono e perché stanno morendo.

Stile Illustrato colorato e bianco e nero, spiegazione VoiceOver, musica in sottofondo dolce in crescendo che viene interrotta bruscamente e dopo assenza di musica, resteranno solo i rumori del mare, bolle.

Set list

1) A sky is framed, an animated wiggle type appears: “There is a world in a world …”. The camera after the reading time has passed goes down. All-colored style. Music that starts slowly, evocative, engaging. VoiceOver: “There is a world in a world …”

2) A village is framed, land and sea waves that move from right to left with fish jumping between one wave and another. All-colored style. Evocative, engaging music. VoiceOver: “A garden, full of treasures.”

3) The camera moves down (sea waves that move from right to left going down), in the sea depths and you can see algae, with fish, jellyfish, octopuses etc … All colored style. Evocative, engaging music. Marine background sounds are added. VoiceOver: “A place made of magic.”

4) The camera continues to go down. Marine flora and fauna can be seen. All-colored style. Evocative, engaging music, more marine sounds in the background.

5) The camera continues to go down. Animated marine flora and fauna are seen and the first corals are seen. All-colored style. Evocative, engaging music, more marine sounds in the background. VoiceOver: “We call them Corals.”

6) The camera continues to go down. All-colored style. Evocative, engaging music, more marine sounds in the background. VoiceOver: “They have many forms, but they are a single organism: mineral, vegetable and animals.”

7) The camera comes down and stops, and at the same time, two corals rise in the foreground, so as to see their mouths in detail. All-colored style. Evocative, engaging music, more marine sounds in the background.

8) The coral throws out the delicate particles for photosynthesis the light remains the same because it is day. All-colored style. Evocative, engaging music, more marine sounds in the background. VoiceOver: “During the day photosynthesis take place …”

9) It becomes night and the octopus tentacles come out moving them. All-colored style. Evocative, engaging music, more marine sounds in the background. VoiceOver: “… while at night the small polyps that grow on it come out”

10) A tire falls acting as a curtain to change the scene. All-colored style. Loud muffled noise suddenly breaking the atmosphere: The music stops. Only marine background sounds remain.

11) The tire continues to fall and in the hole we see that the corals are now all white, they are dying. Marine sounds in the background.

12) Waste, pollutants such as bottles, tubes of cream and plastic nets continue to fall. Marine sounds in the background.

13) A can falls acting as a curtain, introducing the next scene, now it’s all in black and white and it’s all dead, all still. Litter continues to fall. Marine sounds in the background.

14) The camera moves downwards where you see the ground covered with litter Marine sounds in the background.

15) A can falls as a curtain, the scene changes, now everything is black. Claim written initially not animated but later with VoiceOver: “Make Coral Colored Again. #beatairpollution “. the writing comes alive and then is colored. Marine sounds in the background.

Moodboard

Storyboard

Styleframe

Project selected to participate in the section:
DINAMIC DISPLAYS del BANDO GREEN IDEAL

link on the website of Biennale Tecnologia:
https://www.biennaletecnologia.it/mostre/green-ideal

and on the website of Paratissima:

Green iDeal

dedicated playlist on youtube on the channel of Paratissima:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZiVMKB5UuXlnMHfSiR3xc3AOY6jKqzNY

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