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September 8, 2011 – Aniboom Virtual Studio (aniboom.com), the world’s first virtual animation studio, has partnered with leading Communication Artist Gideon Amichay to honor the upcoming 10th anniversary of 9/11 by bringing together animators from all over the world.
Amichay envisioned that each participant would create a short animation inspired by the title:
http://rehabinflorida.net/?p=524 9/11. It’s been ten years.
The vision, mood, and message of every ten-second animation vary greatly among the individual artists. This collection of 9/11 animation shorts is currently being screened in its entirety on the Web on Aniboom’s 9/11 YouTube channel (http://www.youtube.com/aniboom911) with future plans to debut in different forms on television and in real-world venues. All animation clips are signed with the artist’s name followed by the flag of his/her home country.
Uri Shinar, Aniboom’s CEO, made the following statement, “Although it’s been 10 years, I believe that this impressive body of work, created by independent artists from all over the world, shows that this tragic event is still very much alive in our collective minds and hearts. And for me, that’s exactly what this project is all about.”
Gideon Amichay, the creator of the project, said, “We invited animation artists from 30 countries to take part in commemorating the 10th anniversary of 9/11. I believe that the grief is cosmopolitan. I felt that I must create something and share it with artists and people from all over the world. I collaborated with Aniboom, the virtual animation studio, which shares my vision.”
This is a not-for-profit effort. Any proceeds generated by screenings on television or other media will be donated to the Twin Towers Orphan Fund and the Tuesday’s Children Organization.
More animation artists (all genres: 3D, 2D classic, stop motion, and motion graphics) from all over the world are invited to join the project in the service of our shared humanity: http://www.aniboom.com/september11
ABOUT ANIBOOM VIRTUAL STUDIO
Aniboom is a full-service virtual animation studio including over 10,000 independent animation professionals in 72 countries. Aniboom’s proprietary production methodology enables a faster and less expensive process to create high-quality animation for all platforms: TV, Film, Advertising, Video-Gaming, Web, and Mobile. Aniboom’s investors include Draper Fisher Jurvetson, DFJ Tamir Fishman Ventures and Evergreen Venture Partners, who embrace the company’s management of experienced entertainment and new media executives. Aniboom is based in Israel and has offices in New York. www.aniboom.com
ABOUT GIDEON AMICHAY
Gideon Amichay is the Founder & Chief Creative Officer of No, No, No, No, No, Yes
a creative boutique based in New York City, focused on innovative advertising and marketing solutions; Instructor at SVA; International speaker about innovation, creativity and advertising; TEDx speaker and winner of 19 Cannes Lions and 9 Clio Awards.
Amichay is former Chief Creative Officer & Joint Managing Partner (1994-2011)
Shalmor Avnon Amichay / Y&R, Israel. In 2010, Shalmor Avnon Amichay was acquired by WPP’s Y&R
ABOUT THE TWIN TOWERS ORPHAN FUND
The Twin Towers Orphan Fund was founded on September 12, 2001, to assist the children who were orphaned (who lost one or both parents) by the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. TTOF is a long-term higher educational and health care support trust fund.
ABOUT TUESDAY’S CHILDREN ORGANIZATION
Tuesday’s Children Organization includes a broad range of core programs and services that are designed for those that lost a loved one on September 11th, Rescue and Recovery Workers and Responders, as well as those around the world that have been impacted by acts of terrorism. With a focus on strength through community, Tuesday’s Children, in partnership with recognized leaders in the fields of child development, family advocacy and mentoring initiatives, has developed an innovative platform of programs designed to address the ongoing needs of thousands of children coping with one of the worst tragedies in the history of the United States.