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Animation, Art, and Other Shiny Things
This is the second of two (so far) shorts set in a small village with a church that has a problem with attendance, or rather, the lack thereof. In this one, the priest may, or may not, have induced a bit of a windy path to heaven. (One can never tell in these situations.)
For general information Fluctus is Latin for a flow or billow, or possibly disorder. Many apply here.
Animated by Stefan Vogt at Filmbilder.
This is one of two (so far) shorts in the same village where the church has a bit of a time getting the parishioners to attend service. Figuring to take a page from Arthurian legends, the priest brings out to the square a sword caught in a stone. (Well, a Gladius. A Roman short sword.)
Animated and directed by Stefan Vogt via Filmbilder.