Alê Abreu: ‘I’ve Used the Entire Color Spectrum’ – On His Annecy Project ‘Perlimps’

Alê Abreu: ‘I’ve Used the Entire Color Spectrum’ – On His Annecy Project ‘Perlimps’
Brazilian director Alê Abreu and his team gave Annecy audiences a first look of his much anticipated new feature film “Perlimps” on Thursday, also sharing his fluid storyboarding process and the methods he uses to create his unique visual style.

The Oscar-nominated director of “Boy and the World” and his assistant director Viviane Guimaraes spoke via video link from Brazil while the film’s executive producer, Ernesto Soto Canny joined moderator Denis Walgenwitz and a live audience for the presentation in Annecy.

The film is set in the rainbow saturated Enchanted Forest and tells the story of two secret agents – a wolf boy and a bear girl – who work for enemy kingdoms and are dispatched to the forest on the same mission: to save the mysterious Perlimps from terrible giants that have surrounded the forest.

“In appearance and in strength they are the opposite of each other – one’s kingdom
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