Chromophobia

Chromophobia

The film shows the attept of a black & white army to impose its dictatorial rule on a free, happy and colourful society. Where the grey legions pass, all colour disappears. A small girl nurtures one red flower that eventually takes the shape of a scarlet jester. This remnant of colour and spirit helps the people to overcome the invader and to restore their free, colour filled world. Entirely without words, this film uses clever and whimsical animation and music to tell its tale of suppression, fear and the ultimate victory of the free spirit.

Belgium
10'
1966

Director
Raoul Servais

Script
Raoul Servais

Editing
Raoul Servais

Production
Raoul Servais

Music
Ralph Darbo

Festivals
9th Festival on Wheels
Raoul Servais - ANIMATION MASTER