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          The Weathering is an interactive, web-based narrative film about a woman who, after the death of her husband, obsesses over finding his spirit and connecting with him in the afterlife. Her inability to accept his passing leads to unforeseen consequences; namely a visit of supernatural origin and a reminder that some fates are worse than death. Stop motion puppetry and animated illustrations bring to life this grim yet inherently touching account of the power and price in loving what can be lost.

          The Weathering was created by Eva Louise Hall in Kansas City, Missouri. Eva is an animator, filmmaker, fabricator and performer working in both commercial and fine art contexts. Her projects as a visual storyteller create unique experiences that engage audiences, inspire participation and build community. As an interdisciplinary artist, her recent work involves everything from giant puppetry, multi-media performance, animated and live action film production and arts education. In addition to her personal practice she is an Assistant Professor teaching animation at the Kansas City Art Institute and a recent graduate student of the School of Visual Arts’ MFA Visual Narrative program.


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Concept and Script

Douglass' Voice

Audio Production


Fabrication Assistants

Eva Louise Hall

Eva Louise Hall

Theodore Bunch

Eva Louise Hall

J Ashley Miller

Chris Dong

Theodore Bunch

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