Le Lac Gele is a gorgeous little short that was made as an opening for the International Festival of Animated Film (FIFA) Annecy 2009. An elderly man is guided by a strange dog to the edge of a frozen lake in a distant land. Here he plays witness to a light show from which he may not return. Le Lac Gelé was created by Gobelins second year students, Jean-David Fabre, Fabien Guillaume, Sébastien Hary, Paul Nivet, Vincent Verniers. The music was done by Mathieu Alvado.
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