Stonewall Hate Crime by Boris Rodrigo Rodriguez
London College Communication MA Animation is pleased to present 12 new commissioned short animated ad made in collaboration with varied clients . The animators were invited to seek, pitch and create a short animation in collaboration with their chosen client. From more information please read below.
The psychological trauma and consequences of becoming a target because of skin color, religion, background, social status, sexual preference or a learning disability. How dwelling on this experiences makes it harder to forget and move on.
The animation focuses on the mental issues and post-trauma effects of being a victim of hate crime of any source, this may be verbal, or physical. The red faces represent the nega- tive memories and traumatic experiences of the victim. The aim of the ad is to inform and send a message to victims to take action.
Rodrigo Rodriguez is a graphic and motion designer based in London, originally from Colombia he enjoys working as a freelance but also working with other creative artists to develop ideas from scratch. He is currently an MA student in the animation subject at the University of the arts London.
DIRECTOR AND ANIMATOR
Moritz Wanger Taichi Imanishi