When you think of computer animation from the mid-70s some pretty rough images probably come to mind, but Hunger might change your mind about what could be done with a computer in the 70s.
Hunger was made by Peter Foldes in 1974, and it was meant to be a "film satire of self-indulgence in a hungry world", an educational piece created with funding from the National Film Board of Canada.
However, watching it will probably creep you out rather than teaching you anything, but it's not to be missed if you're a lover of vintage and/or surreal animation.
-Via Dangerous Minds
We hope you like this article!
Please help us grow by sharing: