As Wolf's role, "The Sun Rid in Heaven", tells actor Vilis Daudzins about the work, there is a challenge to make an animated film for each actor. "It's always exciting to make a movie. When you're saying a role, you're a little bit faster than on stage. You can not see. On the other hand, responsibility is much higher, because everything that could have been done by his body and what the viewer could read, can see you, he can only hear, "says the actor.
As can be seen in the movie behind the curtains, the audio studio that records a cubicle vibrates its movie characters by searching for the inlet and the right voice mood, sometimes even through physical exercises, if the character is in the movie.
Overall, about fifty people have taken part in the production of the film, working on the construction of scenario, painting, painting, moving and recording daily for four years. The first actors' voice recordings were held at the beginning of the movie, when the actors talked about "black texts" so that animators could take pictures and their movements, face expressions and feelings to see how high they would text spoken by each image. After all the characters, the actors removed the real text, which already looks at the pictures, so that the images represent the exact animation shown. Indeed, sometimes the first voice record has succeeded so well that it did not need to be redistributed – it happened in the case of "Sun Driving in Heaven" with the great butterfly, bands of the Wolf forest, which was on the screen buried in the voice Viļņa Daudziņa.
"The sun went to heaven," the story begins when the love of the Sun and the Moon is kidnapped in a sea-shadow and hopeless parents call a man to restore the baby. The Nabasherman walks around the sword and, along with the Girl and the Briodfer, go on the path to go to mosquitoes and # 39 ; l lungs and fears themselves and too much. Only three days are given to the assistants: if the Sun's daughter is not available at the time, she will lose her strength and become an ordinary woman. A journey of danger and adventure, which teaches everyone not only to be brave and inventive, but also useful. Latvian animation films have been based on folk models, Juris Kaukulis and "The Hummer Orchestra Young" have been finding it hard for their violent incidents.
The animated film "The Sun Drives in the Sky" has been made in the "Locomotive" studio, established in 1995 and one of the most active and productive studies in the Baltics. The studio produces feature films, documentaries and animated films that are featured in world famous festivals. Only in the last four years films made in the studio have already received thirteen "Great Kristaps" National Cinema Awards. The full animated film, previously produced with Signs Bauman's "Stones in My Pockets", signed in 2014, won three "Kristaps Great" awards and was nominated for the "Oscar" US Film Academy Awards as a candidate for Latvia.
The animated film "The Sun Drove in Heaven" has become part of the "Latvian Films for Latvia Films" program with the help of the National Film Center.