In the role of Wolf's character, "The Sun Rid in Heaven", says actor Vilis Daudzins about work, the challenge is to make an animated film for each actor. "Creating a movie is always exciting. When you talk about the role, you're a little bit more free than on stage, you do not see." On the other hand, the responsibility is much higher because everything his body could do and what the viewer could read seeing you can only hear, "says the actor.
As you can see in the film behind the scenes, the sound cabin vibrates your movie characters, looking for the right intonation and voice mood, sometimes even through physical exercises, if the character is in the movie.
In total, about 50 people took part in the production of the film, working on the script, painting, painting, transferring and recording every day for four years. Voice recordings of the first actors took place at the very beginning of the film, when the actors spoke about the so-called "black texts" so that the animators could draw pictures and their movements, facial expressions and facial expressions to see how high the text spoken by each of the images will be. After all the characters have been drawn, the actors have referred to the actual text, looking at the drawings, so that the represented images exactly match the animation shown. It's true that sometimes the first voice record was so good that it did not have to be rewritten – this happened in the case of "Sun Driving in Heaven" with a great villain, forest bandit Wolf, who was buried on the screen in the voice of Viļņa Daudziņa.
"The sun went to heaven" – the story begins when the Sun and Moon girl is abducted in jellyfish, and the desperate parents call the man to regain the child. Nabasherman circulates on the sword and, together with the girl and the bride, goes to the path of confrontation with both mosquitoes and lungs and with their own fears and fears. Helpers receive only three days: if at that time you can not find the daughter of the Sun, she will lose her strength and become an ordinary girl. A journey of danger and adventure, which teaches not only courageous and resourceful but also helpful. The Latvian animated film Rose Stieb was based on folk motifs, Juris Kaukulis and "The Young Midsummer Orchestra" fighting for their violent events.
The animated film "The Sun Drives in the Sky" was created in the studio "Locomotive", founded in 1995 and one of the most active and productive research in the Baltic countries. The studio produces feature films, documentaries and animated films at prestigious world festivals. Only in the last four years, films produced in the studio have already received thirteen National Cinema Awards "Great Kristaps". The previous full-length animated film, produced jointly with Signs Bauman & # 39; s "Stones in my pockets", signed in 2014, received three "Grand Kristaps" awards and was nominated for the American Film Academy "Oscar" as a candidate for Latvia.
The animated film "The Sun Drove in Heaven" became part of the program "Latvian films for the age of Latvia" with the support of the National Film Center.