Thursday 29 February 2024
3:35 PM | | 42 Fajr

Dream Town, a 4 Year Old Animation

Dream Town, a 4 Year Old Animation

According to the media center of the 42nd Fajr International Film Festival (FIFF), Mohsen Enayati, the director of the animated film “Dream Town”, has said that the production of his animation took four years, adding that financial issues were the biggest hurdle during the production process.
“When I entered the field of animation, I believed that filmmakers should not limit themselves. However, as I gained more experience, I realized there were significant constraints.”, Enayati added that the biggest problem is financial limitations, which often leads to a smaller team.
“Inasmuch as we need to allocate the biggest portion of our budget to the production stage, we face challenges related to time and cost during script writing and visualization,” which, according to him, “is the most significant weakness in the work.”
He also said that this problem is not unique to his team and that other animation makers grapple with similar issues.
He added that one of the team’s main goals in “Dream Town” was to create a film that could engage not only children but also parents.
“To achieve this, we included a mother character so that mothers wouldn’t feel left out when accompanying their kids to watch the movie.”
Enayati went on to say that the pre-production phase lasted about 6 months, and the post-production phase finished a few days ago, adding that the process of making animations is inherently time-consuming everywhere in the world due to the involvement of a large number of contributors.
The animation “Dream Town” follows the adventurous journey of a young boy named Arat, who aspires to become the hero of “Dream Town”. The movie offers a glimpse into the future.

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