Reversal of the Heart is Carolyn Chrisman’s senior thesis film at USC, completed in 2011 after two years of production. This magnificent work of art was accomplished using Flash, After Effects and Photoshop. The story was done completely in pantomime–no dialogue, no song-and-dance routines, no butt jokes. How can such a thing be possible?
See for yourself. (Note: The video does contain mature subject matter.)
Chrisman discusses the making of this film here.
She is currently working on a feature-length animated project, Canary 751. She posted a teaser on February 17, 2013, here:
Chrisman says, “It’s going to be an independent feature-length film about two aliens who meet on a toxic planet, their struggle to survive, and the friendship that forms between them on their journey. Approximate release date is early 2014.” Learn more about Canary 751 here.