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“With Love, Vinsent: The Mystery of Van Goga” is a story about the life of the famous Vinsent van Goga (1853 – 1890). This is the first feature animated film for which hand-painted hand-painted oil paintings on the canvas, in the technique of van Goga.
The film is based in the visual sense exclusively on the works of this artist, and the heroes of the film are characters from van Gog’s paintings. To capture portraits, landscapes and other extravagance of Gog’s paintings, more than 125 top painters have been engaged, including our artists Biserka Petrović and Vladimir Vinkić. The story follows the events that Van Gogh wrote in more than 800 letters, and relies on one of the recent hypotheses of the art historian that the celebrated artist has not ended his life by suicide as far as he was concerned.
Directed by: Dorota Kobiela (Little Postman, Chopin Drawings) & Hugh Welchman (Peter & the Wolf)
The film is about a brilliant and troublesome Dutch painter from the 19 th century, and the complete film is fully painted in accordance with Van Goga’s paintings and style. This revolutionary technical and artwork lasted six years. The film making process lasted six years. The team of painters participated in 125 top artists from all over the world, who lived and worked in Gdansk, Vroclav and Atina. A total of 65,000 paintings were made, of which a film was made in oil painting technique. This project represents a historical endeavor that united the art of painting and film, which is no wonder to overwhelm the hearts of the public and jury around the world.
The life and controversial death of Vinsenta van Goga is told through his paintings and characters on them. The intrigue is revealed through interviews with the characters closest to Vinsent and through the dramatic reconstruction of events that led to his death. The film shows 12 of Van Gog’s most famous paintings. The work, taken from the 800 letters written by the painter, leads us to significant people and events in time before his unexpected death. Each scene was painted by the technique that Vinsent himself painted.
By animating the characters, exteriors, and exteriors that exist in the images of Vincent van Goga and by casting them into biographical animation and movie thriller, the directing couple Dorot Kobiel and Hugh Welchman develop a story that illuminates the vague circumstances of the painter’s death (which some recent research claims was not suicide is almost verovalo). Starring in the film were made by actors: Douglas Booth, Jerome Flynn, Robert Gulaczyk. The composer is Clint Mansel.
The film had a world premiere at the French festival of independent feature animated films in Anesis with the ten-day ovation of the audience, for which he also won the audience prize. The film has so far won 13 public awards, including Anesi, the Shanghai Film Festival, Sao Paulo, Vancouver etc. In Berlin, he won the Best European Animated Feature Film at the 30th European Film Awards and then nominated for the Golden Globe (Golden Globe ) for the best feature animated film by Hollywood Foreign Press, while his association of film critics has awarded the 11th Annual EDA (Annual Excellent Dynamic Activism) prize. In addition, the awards include awards for the best animated feature film at the Shanghai and Palm Springs Film Festivals, where she was nominated for outstanding scenarios in animated feature productions.
VLADIMIR VINKIĆ (1978, Pančevo)
He graduated painting at the Faculty of Fine Arts in Belgrade, and graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence. He has exhibited his works to numerous solo and group exhibitions, including at the Belgrade Youth Home 2005. Since 2009, he is a member of ULUS
She has mastered the artwork at the University of Art in Belgrade and the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence. She has taught painting at international art schools in Florence and has participated in more than 30 group and 6 independent programs in Italy, Serbia, Denmark, America, Romania and Bulgaria. Biserka Petrović has won numerous awards and accolades for painting and graphics in Serbia, America and Italy. Her images explore the ways in which we observe things around us and different points of view in the spirit of geestal-psychology and quantum physics, linking traditionally with new practices that leave room for observers to communicate with artwork and to interpret them.