Agency: Arnold NYC
Director Alan Williams created the painterly teaser and main title sequence for Heart Felt, a documentary by Academy Award-winning director Cynthia Wade, to shed light on the issue of high cholesterol. Our team took it back to arts-and-crafts, and tested various paint hues against toothy watercolor paper to create the unique environments behind our cel-animated characters and documentary scenes.
Watch the film now at Take Down Cholesterol
Creative Director: Alan Williams
Art Director: Bryce Wymer
Executive Producer: Sarah Roebuck
Producer: Kacie Barton
Designers: Max Strizich, Bryce Wymer
Additional Design: Sarah Orenstein
Animators: Max Strizich, Blake Patrick, Danny Kamhaji, Jae Woo Park, Greg Lytle, Jacques Khouri
Compositors: Danny Kamhaji, Cyprian Sadlon
Editor: Zach Kilroy
Coordinator: Tess Sitzmann
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