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MEMO | Animation Short Film – GOBELINS

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CyGGpsbN55A Louis, a retired man, resists the overprotection of his daughter Nina to keep his independence. ----- "I like that Alzheimer is represented in this film as more than just forgetting stuff. It is a disease that hurts families and makes people don't feel that they have control"

FOOD ~ Hanoi, Hoan Kiem

O’Douceurs – The Touch of “Sweets” Palate

For a sweet tooth like me, bakery is like a paradise, or a holy land; and O'Douceurs is a place like that. It is one of my two most favorite bakeries in Hanoi. O'Douceurs is a charismatic boy with full of surprises and characteristics that I would like to date again and again to find… Continue reading O’Douceurs – The Touch of “Sweets” Palate

FOOD ~ Hanoi, Hoan Kiem

[Hanoi] DC Bistro Boutique (renamed to Bar-rique Brasserie)

DC Bistro Boutique has been always my must-visit place whenever I'm in the mood called "French-style food" plus "reasonable price". I've been here several times, but I would write about my two most "impression" experiences. It is cozy place, first floor has small bar where I saw many foreigners chatted with French manager (I think),… Continue reading [Hanoi] DC Bistro Boutique (renamed to Bar-rique Brasserie)

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Le Gouffre from Lightning Boy Studio

An inspiring tale about friendship, sacrifice and conquering the impossible. Curious about how they made the film? Watch their Making-Of, "the Journey Behind Le Gouffre"! - ABOUT THE FILM - Le Gouffre is the first animated short film produced and directed by Lightning Boy Studio, a young creative team based in Montreal. The film tells… Continue reading Le Gouffre from Lightning Boy Studio

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[Animation] French Roast

"French Roast" was nominated for Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film in 2009. It is the first short film by Fabrice O. Joubert, an animator, who worked from 1997-2006 at DreamWorks Animation and later worked as the animation director of A Monster in Paris (2011). Wikipedia