Colombian 3D Animation short film to be released online

After more than a year's worth of work, two Colombian companies have finished a short animated film and wish to share it with the world through a free online premiere.

Victeria and Globuleo is the retelling of Romeo and Juliet in 3D animation, and it makes their odds even harder since Victeria is a flu virus and Globuleo is a white blood cell: a most impossible love story would be hard to come by.  Los Filmes Videocreation and Vectorial Animation Studios, both companies located in Cali, Colombia and a team of additional Colombian talent: animators, scriptwriters, singers, artists and producers came together to make this short movie happen and it is being released online for free today, December 4th.

Following is the trailer for the short:

The short has been promoted through microblogging tool Twitter and you can follow them by adding @Victeria3D to your account. They also have a Facebook page where you can show your support.

To view the Spanish language short, you need to visit the Victeria y Globuleo site and sign up for a PIN code which will be requested before you log in to watch the Online Premiere.

On Julian Eduardo Albornoz's blog at El País of Cali newspaper website, he wrote about the short:

Después de más de un año de trabajo, en el que participaron 4 animadores y más de 25 personas de apoyo en tareas adicionales como música, ilustración, voces, diseño de personajes o imagen real, entre otras, se obtuvo la versión de 8 minutos que estará disponible para todos aquellos que obtengan sus boletas gratis registrándose en

Dirección de Alexander Giraldo y Marcial Quiñones, Guión original de Alexander Giraldo.

After more than a year of work, in which 4 animators and more than 25 people gave support in additional tasks such as music, illustration, voice overs, character design, real images, among others, we obtained the 8 minute version that will be available for all those who obtain their free tickets registering at

Directed by Alexander Giraldo and Marcial Quiñones, original script by Alexander Giraldo.

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