CGI Animated Short Film “Globosome” by Sascha Geddert | CGMeetup

In the vastness of space, there’s a a small speck of rock inhabited by the most peculiar lifeforms: Dark little “Globosomes” that start to replicate fast and begin to show signs of intelligence. The film tells the story of the rise and fall of these little creatures.
This film is inspired by the special times we’re living in on our own planet. We’re ourselves at the crossroads: Rise to our true calling and explore the universe or perish from the face of a dirty planet. Surely we have culture, science and art but what does remains of these achievements, if you look at our world from a global perspective.

“Globosome” is my Diploma Storyworld done at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. It was used for the 2012 FMX Trailer and was made into the “Globosome” Game released in the AppStore. “Globosome” has recieved numerous Awards inkluding the 10.000€ App Art Award and a nomination for a VES Award.

Written and Directed by: Sascha Geddert
Executive Producer: Philipp Wolf
3D Stereo: Andreas Feix
Technical Directors: Tonio Freitag, Patrick Schuler, Thomas Hartmann, Manuel Seifert
Compositing Supervisor: Johannes Peter
Additional Compositing: Silke Finger, Manuel Rivoir
Concept Design: Jin-Ho Jeon, Johannes Flick
Music: Patrizio Deidda
Sounddesign: Namralata Strack
Mixed in Dolby Atmos at Post Republic Berlin
Music played by Deutsches Filmorchester Babelsberg
Produced as part of the Subject Area Animation at the Institute of Animation, Visual Effects and Digital Postproduction. © Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg
Sascha Geddert


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