CGI 3D Animated Short Film: The Last Train Animated Short Film by Giant Animation Studios. Featured on CGMeetup https://cgmeetup.com/gallery
The Last Train is a short film that was made as part of The Animation Hub, a new scheme set up by BCFE and Trinity college to promote working relationships between BCFE’s animation students and TCD’s computer science students.
Directed: Giant Creative http://giant.ie/animation/
Trinity College Project Manager: Carol O Sullivan (tcd.ie/)
Ballyfermot College Project Manager: Gareth Lee (isa-bcfe.ie/)
Technical Consultant: Shane Whelan
BCFE Students: Mark Fisher Owen Maloney
TCD Students: Kenneth Ryall Amy Davidson
Music: Epic Soul Factory
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