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Last Thanksgiving, filmmaker Anthony Cerniello took a trip to his friend Danielle’s family reunion with photographer Keith Sirchio and took portraits of the entire family. Cerniello then scanned each photo, selected family members that had the most similar bone structure and edited them into a stunning time-lapse entitled Danielle. The idea behind the project was to create the perception that ‘something is happening but you can’t see it but you can feel it, like aging itself’.

5 minute video:
http://dovga.net/video/3051/daniel-50-let-za-5-minut/spetseffekti

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Astonishing 5-Minute Film Follows One Woman From Girlhood Into Old Age

Danielle is a single person composed of several persons; she is both real and a figment of the imagination. Her lifespan is exactly four minutes and fifty-eight seconds. Danielle is a short film created by Los Angeles-based filmmaker Anthony Cerniello, conceived by digitally animating a series of still portraits culled from the various generations of a single family and tracing human maturation process from early girlhood and into senectitude.

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“I attempted to create a person in order to emulate the aging process. The idea was that something is happening but you can’t see it but you can feel it, like aging itself.” —Anthony Cerniello on his film Danielle (2013)

(via Robin Sloan who said, “This video deserves a full-screen viewing. Five minutes. Life. Wonderful.”)

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“Danielle” by Anthony Cerniello

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Anthony Cerniello/ Danielle/ 2013


Avant l’heure.

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ASTONISHING 5-MINUTE FILM FOLLOWS ONE WOMAN FROM GIRLHOOD INTO OLD AGE http://bit.ly/1KQyCtI

Video: Anthony Cerniello

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Anthony Cerniello creates a short video titled ‘Danielle' in which he attempts to create a person in order to emulate the aging process. The idea itself stemmed from the notion of something happening but not being able to see it but actually feel it.

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“Danielle” by Anthony Cerniello

Is it weird that I got rather emotional about this?