Giant Wind-Up Bots by Fernando Livschitz in the Streets of Buenos Aires.
In this latest clip from Fernando Livschitz of Black Sheep Films we watch as tin windup toys overtake the streets of Buenos Aires, living amongst its inhabitants as if it was an everyday occurrence.
Fernando Livschitz, is an Argentinian director. He has directed his first short feature film at 17 years old and won several national and international awards.
He first studied communication and cinema; and thanks to his passion for post- production, he has developed a natural look associated with an elaborated aesthetic.
He keeps on directing short feature films, winning other awards and exhibiting his art photography in several Argentinian art gallery, in the meantime.
Nowadays, he has gained an international recognition with his both Virals: “Escalas New York” and “Buenos Aires Inception Park”. This last one has quickly exceeded on millions viewers on Vimeo. And from then, has created a huge buzz with the large number of exchanges on the social network.
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Giant Wind-Up Bots by Fernando Livschitz in the Streets of Buenos Aires: