王超 Wang Chao
王超 Wang Chao
1993 年出生，2015 年毕业于福州大学厦门工艺美术学院数字媒体艺术系。曾获得: 2015 年北京电影学院“动画学院奖”;2016 年厦门金海豚国际动漫界海西创新奖银奖; 2016 年“绍林杯”中国梦·醉美厦门微视频大赛第一名;2016 年台湾国际创意设计大赛数位动画类佳作奖。
Wang Chao, born in 1993, graduated from the Digital Media Department of Xiamen Academy of Arts and Design, Fuzhou University. Recieved Animation Academy Awards of BFA, 2015. Haixi Innovation Award, Cyber Sousa, 2016. First Prize, “Shaolin Cup” China Dream, Drunk Beautiful Xiamen Micro Video Competition, 2016. Honorable Mention, Digital Animation Category, Taiwan International Student Design Competition, 2016.
万家灯火 The Lights of Ten Thousand Homes
厦门 , 这座美丽的花园滨海城市 , 是由一座小渔村发展而来 , 如今的厦门正以更加现代的步伐飞速前进 , 但对传统海洋文化的情怀却深深的留在每一个老厦门人的心里 , 成为挥之不去的印迹。作为厦门老市区内仅存的一处老避风港 - 沙坡尾 , 在 2015 年也迎来了改造 , 即将成为新的旅游文化区 , 他隐藏在大学路后 , 与中华儿女美术馆相邻 , 不仔细打听 , 并不容易寻找 , 但他却是厦门城市发展的一个小小缩影。 作品试图以主角老陈在城市变迁中的心态变化反映人们在城市化发展中的感慨。
Originally a tiny shing village, Xiamen has developed into a beautiful coastal city. In spite of the rapid modernization now taking place in Xiamen, the citizens of Xiamen retain their affection for their traditional oceanic culture. As the last remaining haven in the old downtown of Xiamen, Shapowei underwent a makeover in 2015 and has become a brand new district for cultural tourism. It remains hidden behind the University Road and adjacent to the Museum of Chinese Pro les. It is certainly not an easy place to nd without some help, yet it is a perfect epitome of the urban development in Xiamen. This lm attempts to show the psychological change in the protagonist Lao Chen in order to re ect the sentiments of people in the midst of rapid urban development.
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《万家灯火》这部动画短片以厦门老城区内仅存的一个避风港 “沙坡尾” 为背景 展开，但却并不仅仅是一个关于沙坡尾的故事。时代在发展 , 城市在变迁 , 现实生活有了许多我们认为理所应当的变化 , 这些变化使我们的生活更加方便 , 城市更加整洁美丽 , 但那些随着城市变迁而逝去的记忆与生活方式 , 终会成为我们心中最柔软的复古情怀被深深怀念。短片以沙坡尾为落脚点，反映人们在时代变迁下的心情与态度，表达的是对传统厦门海港情怀的致敬 , 而片尾的象征性蒙太奇则暗 喻主角内心的洗礼。
Set against the backdrop of Shapowei, the last remaining haven in the old downtown of Xiamen, The Lights of Ten Thousand Homes does not simply narrate the story of Shapowei. Times have changed and many cities are undergoing rapid development, and we witness many changes that are taken for granted in our lives. These changes have rendered our lives more convenient and our cities cleaner and more beautiful. Yet the memories and the lifestyles that have had to make way for urban development will turn into nostalgia, cherished by us for a long time. The short lm utilizes Shapowei as a pivot and re ects people’s sentiments and attitudes in changing times. It is a moving tribute to the traditional harbor in Xiamen, while the montage used towards the end represents a metaphor for the internal struggle of the protagonist.