The role of the hero, Wolf's. Sun Ride in Paradise, ”informs the actor Vilis Daudzins about the work, making it hard to make an animated film for every player. "Making movies is always exciting. You are a bit more free on the stage when you say a role. On the other hand, you don't see the responsibility is much higher, because everything that can be done by the body and what the audience can read is just what you can hear," says the actor.
As can be seen in the movie behind the scenes, the sound studio recording room, if the character is in the film, sometimes vibrates the movie characters by searching the right tone and mood, even with physical exercises.
In total, about fifty people have participated in filmmaking, working on creating a script, painting, painting, moving and saving every day for four years. When sound recordings of the first actors mentioned the so-called in black texts kadar at the beginning of the film, the animators were able to draw pictures and imitations to see their movements, facial expressions, and how long each text was. After all the characters were drawn, the actors reapplied to the actual text by looking at the drawings, so that the images represented matched the animation shown. True, sometimes the first sound recording was more successful than it would be to be rewritten – the treacherous traitor on the screen, buried in Viına Daudzi bazena & # 39; s voice, was in the case of "Ride in Heaven" with jungle thug Wolf.
"The sun has gone to heaven," the story begins in the Sun and Moon when a girlfriend is kidnapped in the jellyfish and desperate parents are calling a male to get the baby. Nabasherman walks around the sword and sets out to fix both the mosquitoes and the lung, together with her and the bride, and her own fears and laziness. The helpers are given only three days: If the Sun's daughter is not found, she will lose her strength and become an ordinary girl. A journey of danger and adventure that teaches everyone who is not only courageous and resourceful, but also helps. The Latvian animation classics, Rose Stieb's folk motifs, Juris Kaukulis and "The Young Midsummer Orchestra" are fighting for violence.
The animated film çalış The Sun Drives in the Sky “was held in the 1995 yapıl Locomotive os studio and is one of the most active and productive works in the Baltic. The studio produces prominent feature films, documentaries and animated films at prestigious world festivals. In the last four years, films made in the studio have already received thirteen National Cinema Awards "Great Kristaps". A previous feature-length animated film, prepared by Signs Bauman with "Stones in My Pockets", received three "Great Kristaps" awards in 2014 and was nominated for the American Academy Awards, which were nominated in Latvia. It was shown.
The animated film Film The Heaven in Heaven “was part of the program Film Latvian Century Latvian Films Animasyon with the support of the“ National Film Center Animasyon.