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Seed Animation creates film for Breast Cancer Awareness month

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In honour of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which runs throughout October, London-based Seed Animation Studio have recently produced a short animated film in association with breast cancer support society Breast Cancer Care. The 30-second film Check ’em, featuring music and sound effects by Mcasso Music, boasts the animation talents of an assortment of international directors who were approached to contribute to the film and the cause, including Robert Loebel, Dan Castro and Henrique Barone among many others.

For their contribution each director was given a euphemism for ‘breast’ to interpret however they saw fit for one second of animation, with each clip then edited together to create the final film creating a lighthearted and visually diverse end result that aims to spread awareness of the importance of checking for breast cancer. You can watch the final film below or download it here.

The full list of artists (in order of appearance) are:

  • Mark M
  • Jack Sachs
  • Pencil Bandit
  • Ben Ommundson
  • Jelly Gummies
  • Chris O’Hara
  • Robert Loebel
  • Everyone’s Favourite
  • Igor Bastidas
  • Neal Coghlan
  • Morgan Powell
  • Dan Castro
  • Jack Nelson
  • Henrique Barone
  • Corentin Penloup
  • Griff
  • Caroline Attia
  • Antonio Vincenti
  • Andy Khosravani
  • Ariel Victor
  • Steve Smith
  • Sophie Koko Gate
  • Neil Kidney
  • Vera Babida
  • Yukai Du
  • Aran Quinn

To learn more about Breast Cancer Care visit breastcancercare.org.uk

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