Recopilación- Te Wei - Chinese Classic Animation

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Recopilación- Te Wei - Chinese Classic Animation

Mensajepor pickpocket » Jue 28 Feb, 2008 07:34

AgustinG, en cine-clasico.com, escribió:
Te Wei
Chinese Classic Animation

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Poquitísima información sobre Te Wei en IMDb: http://imdb.com/name/nm1335937/
Algunas de sus obras se encuentran en esta extensísima colección.


The Conceited General
(the Proud General)

Writer: Hua Junwu
Director: Te Wei
Produced by Shanghai Animation Film Studio, 1956

After a victorious military campaign, a general returns home to glory and prosperity. The king rewards him and claims that all enemies will be intimidated by the general. From then on, the general no longer practice martial arts. He eats, drinks, lives the glamorous life, and didn't bother anymore with sharpening his weapons. When the enemy one day returns, his own arrogance led to his defeat and eventually to the downfall of whole nation.

The film was heavily influenced by Disney from the perspective of character design, movement and storytelling point of view. The music are derived from Beijing Opera. The clothing, architecture, and props do have a strong sense of Chinese cultural influence. none of the ladies have their facial features drawn in; the emphasis is on the motions of their silk scarves. It was one of the first films to use the art of water ink painting in a lengthy production.


Te Wei (1956) - The Conceited General.avi [211.31 Mb] [Info]


Where is Mamma

Director: Te Wei
Produced by Shanghai Animation Film Studio, 1960

Hailed as "China's first watercolor animation," "brush animation," this definitely presents a different style from the previous feature. An homage to the water-color paintings of Qi Baishi, it featured a group of tadpoles in search of their mother, pestering chicks, crayfish, goldfish, turtles and a catfish before eventually locating her. With the voiceover narration, beautiful, pretty smoothly animated images, it gears towards a younger audience.


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File Name: Te Wei (1960) - Where Is Mamma.avi
File Size (in bytes): 147,697,664

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Duration (hh:mm:ss): 15:01.760
Frame Count: 22544
Frame Width (pixels): 512
Frame Height (pixels): 384
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 1180
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.240"

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Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


Te Wei (1960) - Where Is Mamma.avi [140.86 Mb] [Info]


The Cowboy's Flute

Writer: Te Wei
Director: Te Wei, Qian Jiajun
Produced by Shanghai Animation Film Studio, 1963

The story is about a relationship between a young cow herding boy with an extraordinary flute playing ability. He is accompanied by his faithful water buffalo, and falls asleep in a tree. The first month of summer morning, in the south field, a naive lively shepherd boy rides the water buffalo to browse. The cow has suddenly been missing, originally the cow is drown on the waterfalls, which ignores the shepherd boy's call for back. Hearing the sound which is sent out by the windy bamboo, he has the comprehension, then truncates the bamboo into a flute, plays the melodious delightful music. By the attraction of the whistle sound, the water buffalo is back to the shepherd boy side. The shepherd boy riding the cow back is treading the twilight boundary ridge between fields, easily returns.

The film did not contain any dialogues allowing it to be watched by any culture. The animation is essentially Chinese painting in motion, with a heavy emphasis on the flute melody.

Using the images that abound in traditional landscape painting and focusing their narrative upon the delicate relationship between man and nature in Cowboy's Flute, Te Wei and Qian Jajun created a wonderful genre of landscape painting-in-process. The film was an homage to Li Keran, the contemporary painter famous for his paintings of the countryside south of the Yangtze River. Enjoy it is like the movement of a landscape scroll that one slowly unravels. It's a deliberate and downright playful manipulation of the animation medium. Cowboy's Flute remains to this day one of the masterpieces of Chinese animation.

More than a decade later, the film would win an award at the Odense International Film Festival in 1979.


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File Name: Te Wei (1963) - The Cowboys Flute.avi
File Size (in bytes): 189,597,696

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Video Codec Type: XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 19:50.400
Frame Count: 29760
Frame Width (pixels): 512
Frame Height (pixels): 384
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 1146
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.233"

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Audio Codec: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate(kbps): 119
Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): VBR
Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


Te Wei (1963) - The Cowboys Flute.avi [180.81 Mb] [Info]


Feeling From Mountain and Water

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Writer: Wang Shuchen
Director: Te Wei, Yan Shanchun, Ma Kexuan
Produce by Shanghai Animation Film Studio, 1988

Feeling from Mountain and Water is a Chinese animated short film produced by Shanghai Animation Film Studio under the master animator Te Wei. It is also referred to as "Love of Mountain and River", "Feelings of Mountains and Waters".

The story is about an impoverished elderly scholar and a young boatman who cares for him briefly in return for zither lessons. The aging musician teaches with skill and patience, the youth is diligent, finally becomes the great talent. The aging musician donates the beloved old music instrument for the youth as a gift, and he will move alone between mountains and white clouds. The youth plays the old music instrument, the melodious sound to say goodbye towards the master vanishing in the boundless mountains.

The film did not contain any dialogues allowing it to be watched by any culture. The only noises are that of the sound of the wind or other earthly elements. The film is considered a masterpiece at the artistic level, since it was essentially a landscape painting in motion. Artistically, it uses a mountains-water painting style through out. The style reached its creative peak with this animation film. There was indeed a gorgeous guzheng soundtrack. The music was impressive.

Won the Best animated film prize at the Golden Rooster Awards in 1989.


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File Name: Te Wei (1988) - Feelings Of Mountains And Water.avi
File Size (in bytes): 168,673,280

--- Video Information ---
Video Codec Type: XVID
Duration (hh:mm:ss): 18:25.360
Frame Count: 27634
Frame Width (pixels): 512
Frame Height (pixels): 384
Frames Per Second: 25.000
Video Bitrate (kbps): 1092
Quality Factor (bits/pixel)/frame: 0.222"

--- Audio Information ---
Audio Codec: 0x0055 MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Sample Rate (Hz): 48000
Audio Bitrate(kbps): 120
Audio Bitrate Type ("CBR" or "VBR"): VBR
Audio Channel Count (e.g. "2" for stereo): 2


Te Wei (1988) - Feelings Of Mountains And Water.avi [160.86 Mb] [Info]

Otra versión: Te Wei (1988) - Feelings From Mountain And Water.avi [193.84 Mb] [Info]

Todos los cortos en un solo archivo MKV
640 x 480, mayor resolución que los cortos por separado pero algo menor definición. Incluye subtítulos seleccionables en inglés y en chino.

Te Wei Collection - Chinese Classic Animation.mkv [692.27 Mb] [Info]


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Mensajepor pickpocket » Jue 28 Feb, 2008 07:37

Otro hilo imprescindible, está vez de la mano de agustinG.

Uno de mis 10 autores preferidos, pura poesia visual.

A medida que Agustin vaya poniendo los datos lo iré completando.

Saludos y no dejeis de pinchar.

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Mensajepor pickpocket » Vie 29 Feb, 2008 07:41

professor keller, en cine-clasico.com, escribió:Hola, yo traduje los subs de Where's Mama y The Conceited General para Allzine. Se pueden bajar de esta página

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Mensajepor Wagnerian » Vie 29 Feb, 2008 10:38

Que barbaridad. M'apunto, m'apunto.

Gracias pick , AgustinG & professor keller 'professor keller'.
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Mensajepor botibol » Vie 07 Mar, 2008 05:20

Tiene buena pinta esto, me apunto.

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Mensajepor el_salmonete » Vie 07 Mar, 2008 12:51

Bajando. Gracias a los responsables de esta acción.

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Re: [Anim] Te Wei - Chinese Classic Animation (Recopilación)

Mensajepor Gastón » Mié 08 Oct, 2008 23:25

¡Gracias por traerlo, pick!

No te haces una idea del tiempo que he tardado en dar con este hilo. Recordaba el aire de las capturas, pero nada más :D

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Re: [Anim] Te Wei - Chinese Classic Animation (Recopilación)

Mensajepor Diluvio » Jue 09 Oct, 2008 02:32

¡Qué bonito, pick!

Os acompaño en la mulita.

Muchísimas gracias. Saludos.

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Re: [Anim] Te Wei - Chinese Classic Animation (Recopilación)

Mensajepor Tadzio » Mié 22 Oct, 2008 15:38

muy interesante.
gracias pickpocket !!
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Re: [Anim] Te Wei - Chinese Classic Animation (Recopilación)

Mensajepor DR. Mento » Vie 24 Oct, 2008 01:44

Hace algunos años me vi estos cortos.
Bastante interesantes.

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Re: [Anim] Te Wei - Chinese Classic Animation (Recopilación)

Mensajepor 4ojos » Dom 05 Abr, 2009 20:09

Qué buena pinta. Me pongo a bajar el .mkv
Gracias pickpocket

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Re: Recopilación- Te Wei - Chinese Classic Animation

Mensajepor eduhard2 » Jue 29 Jul, 2010 03:45

es maravilloso , no tengo las palabras adecuadas para agradecerte este hallazgo...

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Re: Recopilación- Te Wei - Chinese Classic Animation

Mensajepor Intzu » Dom 26 Dic, 2010 17:56

Muchas gracias Pickpocket, una aportación interensantísima, que te agradezco SINDEclinar el entusiasmo :plas: . Saludos.

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Re: Recopilación- Te Wei - Chinese Classic Animation

Mensajepor mot » Dom 13 Feb, 2011 11:56

Muchas gracias.

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Re: Recopilación- Te Wei - Chinese Classic Animation

Mensajepor Aparajito » Sab 12 Abr, 2014 18:04

Muchas gracias, pickpocket.

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Re: Recopilación- Te Wei - Chinese Classic Animation

Mensajepor cinecinecine » Lun 02 Feb, 2015 10:49

Vaya, ya no funciona. Qué penaaaa

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Re: Recopilación- Te Wei - Chinese Classic Animation

Mensajepor Dardo » Lun 02 Feb, 2015 13:42

cinecinecine escribió:Vaya, ya no funciona. Qué penaaaa


:roll: :roll: :roll:

No funciona tu mulita, cinecinecine, acabo de comprobar que los archivos están completos y al poco de pinchar ya me salía una fuente completa en cada uno de ellos, ahora bien ya después dependerá de lo que te suelten los compañeros que la tienen en su incoming.

Por favor antes de cosas como "no funciona" y tal, utilizar esas acepciones tipo "me parece que...", "puede que"...que se crean falsas alarmas :wink:


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