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Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase

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Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase
Directed byJoan C. Gratz
Produced byJoan C. Gratz
StarringJean G. Poulot
Music byJamie Haggerty, Chel White
Production
company
Joan C. Gratz Productions
Distributed byPyramid Films
Release date
1992
Running time
7 minutes [1][2]
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Mona Lisa Descending a Staircase is a 1992 American animated short by Joan C. Gratz.

Summary

Consisting of 2-D claymation, it features famous paintings morphing into each other.[3][4]

List of artists featured

The works of several artists are featured in the transition:[5][6][7]

Accolades

It won the 1992 Oscar for Best Animated Short Film. [8][9]

Reception

New York Magazine's Vulture named the film ninth best of all 87 Oscar winning animated short films.[10]

Availability

It was released on DVD by Hen's Tooth in 2004 alongside her other works.[11]

It is also available for streaming.[12]

References

  1. ^ MUBI
  2. ^ Frierson, Michael (1994). Clay Animation. New York: Twayne Publishers. p. 27.
  3. ^ 1993 Mona Lisa Descending A Staircase: Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming: Internet Archive
  4. ^ Pyramid Media
  5. ^ Pop Matters
  6. ^ DVD Talk
  7. ^ Mona Lisa descending a staircase (VHS tape, 1992) - WorldCat.org
  8. ^ Short Film Winners: 1993 Oscars
  9. ^ 1993|Oscars.org
  10. ^ Every Oscar Winner for Animated Short Subject, Ranked - Vulture
  11. ^ Mona Lisa descending a staircase (DVD video, 2004) - WorldCat.org
  12. ^ Amazon.com

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