"Scarlett" Animated Short
ByRight Word Media
For children confronting cancer, amputation takes as much of an emotional toll as a physical one -- a reality that is poignantly depicted in the powerfully moving animated short film created by the STUDIO, which dramatically tells the story of 6-year-old Scarlett Aida Rivero Osejo and her journey following the loss of her right leg due to Ewing Sarcoma, a bone cancer that affects mostly children. The 3-minute short, entitled simply “Scarlett,” is playing pivotal role in both helping raise awareness for both the Scarlett Contra el Cancer foundation and April’s Limb Loss Awareness Month.
Client: Scarlett Contra el Cancer
Project: “Scarlett” animated short
Production/Animation/Design: the STUDIO, New York
Director: Alison Abitbol
Creative Director/Executive Producer: Mary Nittolo
Producer: Jenna Gabriel
Art Direction: Alison Abitbol, John Holmes, Juan Mont
Early Concept Development: Mike Ocasio, John Holmes
Narrative: Paolo Cogliati, Alison Abitbol
Modeling: Juan Mont
Animation (Red and Blue World): Juan Mont, Adam Rozanski, Victor DeRespinis
Character Animation and Compositing: Juan Mont, Hee Jin Kim, Mike Sime, Ozan Basaldi, Jackie Garbuio, Eric Kilanski, Adam Rozanski, Victor DeRespinis
Matte Paintings: Alison Abitbol
Rigging: Malcolm Carrott
Lighting: Mirelle Underwood
Editing: Jackie Garbuio, Malcolm Carrott, Adam Rozanski
Character Development: Alison Abitbol, Mike Ocasio, John Holmes, Adrian Mateescu, Juan Mont
Special thanks to: Grace Ramirez, Antonio Navas, Solange Rivero and of course Scarlett.
Music: Hook+Line, New York/Los Angeles: Partner/Creative Director: Bryan Senti; Partner/Co-writer/Vocalist: Abby Diamond; Co-writer/Producer: Kyle Patrick
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