CGI Animated Short Film: "Castaway" by ESMA | CGMeetup

Published 2022-07-31
CGI 3D Animated Short Film: Castaway Animated Short Film by Léopoldine Perdrix, Margo Lopez, Vincent Carrette, Rachel Bosc-Bierne, Flore-Anne Victor, Simon Fabbri at ESMA. Featured on CGMeetup Gallery

A lonely girl is living in the sky, far from the world on the ground that frightens her. One day, an unexpected visit will turn her routine upside down and make her fall from her cloud.

Directors: Marie Gauthier, Léopoldine Perdrix, Margo Lopez, Vincent Carrette, Rachel Bosc-Bierne, Flore-Anne Victor, Simon Fabbri
Compositors: Nicolas Montaigne
Sound: José Vicente, Benjamin Turk, Yoann Poncet, Tristan Le Bozec, Alexis Laugier – Studio des Aviateurs

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All Comments (21)
  • Aaron Pulley
    Note that she didn't feel comfortable rejoining society using the standard method, so she did it on her terms, using a method she'd crafted herself that was uniquely hers.
  • Sagi
    I suffer from agoraphobia, to the point where I get panic attacks if it is too crowded and I am even too afraid to go outside of home alone (a lot of trauma made me like this). I really relate to this film from the beginning and at the end. I am finally opening up to the outside world at 29 years old. It's scary, but I am trying to be brave. I've been going to pilates and getting to know people. It's been doing wonders to my mental health. Please, do not isolate yourself, don't end up like me, who just sat on a chair for years, only to find out there were far more interesting things and people years later. Just take it slow, be yourself and don't give up :)
  • Nayeli Lopez
    I’m not sure the intention of this video but I can see it being related to someone dealing with mental health and trying to shut themselves away from the world. I can relate to this video. I love it
  • Darda
    I am autistic, and I totally relate to this beautiful film! The imagination, exhilarating feels, breath-taking colors, textures and wonder! My mind is dancing!
  • stanley 7
    Changes are sometimes good don't let isolation be all that you know.

    As someone who likes spending time alone more than with people this hits home I love socializing with friends and family but I prefer spending time alone I enjoy it I guess I'm an introvert 😂 but change is good if it helps improve your life.
  • elm_tr33
    I like how she went back to civilization by herself. That’s how it should be for everyone. Sometimes, you can feel alone, and you need a break. You don’t need to feel pressured to be apart of something if it’s the wrong time. You fan be comfortable again, but that doesn’t mean it’ll happen right away ❤️
  • Eleivana777
    Exquisite texturing. Wish this was a full feature. Beautifully done.
  • Jaru Skaya
    Чудесный фильм, волшебная анимация, увидела себя и пересмотрела еще раз 5. Для меня это про интровертов и высокочувствительных людей.
    Общество сильно напрягает, раздражают шумы, громкий хохот, гул нескончаемых разговоров. Хочется скорее сбежвть в свой простой и уютный домик, где так хорошо, спокойно и свободно одной, валяться на облаках, читать, мечтать, печь душистое печенье. Вязать что-нибудь яркое и незамысловатое, вот хотя бы шарф. Конечно, не хочется заканчивать свои дни в полном одиночестве со спицами в руках, но ведь и общество далеко не гарантия, что будет по-другому.
    В любом случае, шарфик - это возможность сбежать обратно, домой.
  • verdol4g4
    Lo que interpreto de este video es una chica que se aisla de todo el mundo, y ve su futuro sola y encerrada, hasta que por fin logra hacer un amigo que la ayuda a integrarse 💜
  • Ogooma JonNwakalo
    oh i just forgot how good and inspirational these videos are love it
  • Eloreen
    Quel merveilleux et bouleversant court métrage. Félicitations à tous ces jeunes artistes !
  • Diu Trinh
    I can totally see myself in her.

    Thank you for this lovely and wonderful story (๑′ᴗ‵๑)
  • Rin Tsuneko
    Tiene un significado muy profundo, una animación preciosa y un adorable animalito♡ es perfecta!!♡
  • BlueDeath
    Wow. A real masterpiece. So beautiful, the soundtrack, lighting, animation. The story. It's simply wonderful.
  • The fly away hair strands and regular low key breathing really sell the realistic animation. Love it !
  • Amanda Smith
    Absolutely beautiful!
    I truly love how as always, in these brilliant short films, the messages are brought out in magical ways.
    It's magnificent to see these lovely films packed with their messages about life.
    Well done 👏 💗
  • Forgiven Sinner
    Wonderful character design, satisfying plot, well done!
  • zeugirdor
    Like her, we all want to live in our world, away from the noise, from the anxiety that others cause us. There is nothing better than spending your time on your hobbies, making cookies and knitting your life away until you run out of thread. But when you look at yourself in the mirror, are you afraid of realizing that you actually live the routine you feared? you have to dare to come down from the cloud and come back to reality, face your fears and win, you always have time to go back up, right?