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"Crime: The Animated Series"

Photo of Jerry Beck By Jerry Beck | Animation Scoop July 1, 2013 at 2:01PM

Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA) has teamed with Toronto based animator Sam Chou and writer/filmmaker Alix Lambert to adapt Lambert's book Crime into a six-part web-series. The show is an exploration of crime and criminal behavior using real interviews and real stories from the actual people. It features a bank robbers, cops, gangsters, and victims of crime but ultimately it's about how crime affects all of us. Also, each episode has a drastically different look and is animated by different animator/designers.
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Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art (MoCA) has teamed with Toronto based animator Sam Chou and writer/filmmaker Alix Lambert to adapt Lambert's book Crime into a six-part web-series. The show is an exploration of crime and criminal behavior using real interviews and real stories from the actual people. It features a bank robbers, cops, gangsters, and victims of crime but ultimately it's about how crime affects all of us.  Also, each episode has a drastically different look and is animated by different animator/designers. 

The series will kick-off with a panel discussion in L.A. on July 10th at MoCA Grand (250 South Grand Ave) at 8pm Chou and Lambert will participate, screen episodes and display art from the series.

Crime MoCA Event

Credits

Series director/creator: Alix Lambert and Sam Chou
Produced by Lambert Films and Style5.tv
Animation Director: Sam Chou
Styleboard: Sam Chou, Kristoffer W. Mikkelsen
Editor: Sam Chou
Designer: Kristoffer W. Mikkelson
Sound design + Mix: TA 2 Sound +Music
All interviews conducted by: Alix Lambert
Based on the book Crime, and the play: Crime, USA by: Alix Lambert

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