THE ART OF PHO 8 interactive episodes 20 December 2011: Launch of the first two episodes + trailer + Making Of at: artofpho.submarinechannel.com January 2012, launch of episode 3-8 Submarine Channel re-created Julian Hanshaw's graphic novel The Art of Pho for the web, adding the dimensions of sound, music, animation and poetic interactivity to Hanshaw's exquisitely drawn artwork. The motion comic The Art of Pho features 8 episodes. The Art of Pho is a moving and surreal story about a loveable creature named Little Blue and his friends. An extraordinary sequence of events brings Little Blue to Vietnam's bustling capital Ho Chi Minh City, a.k.a. Saigon, where he learns to master the Art of making Pho (Ph?) – Vietnam's ubiquitous national noodle dish. The adventures that ensue set him on a marvelous path of self-discovery. The Art of Pho is a story about friendship, love and discovering your roots.This brand-new Submarine Channel production was made under the creative supervision of Julian Hanshaw and spearheaded by animation director Lois van Baarle. The graphic novel is available via rbooks.co.uk. The Making Of features interviews with Art of Pho creator Julian Hanshaw, and Animation Director Lois van Baarle. Also appearing: Animators Danne Bakker, Nele van Haegenberg, Ferda Surensoy and Alice Eigenraam, Pastelle Music and voice actor Sebastian Prose (Little Blue). Art of Pho "Making Of" directed by: Submarine Channel editors Geert van de Wetering & Remco Vlaanderen Line producer: Coen van Oostrom Camera: Robijn Voshol Editor: Niels de Roos Many thanks to Holland's best comic book store Lambiek, and "Welcome Vietnam" restaurant Amsterdam (best Pho in town) Submarine Channel is made possible with the support of OC&W – Ministry of Culture, Education and Science and The City of Amsterdam (Dienst Maatschappelijk Ontwikkeling).moreless
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