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The myth of Pegasus and the chimera - Iseult Gillespie


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Shielded from the gorgon’s stone gaze, Perseus crept through Medusa’s cave. When he reached her, he drew his sickle and brought it down on her neck. From Medusa's neck sprung two children. One was a giant wielding a golden sword; the other was the magnificent, winged horse, Pegasus. No bridle could contain him— until one fateful day. Iseult Gillespie details the myth of the hero Bellerophon.

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Meet The Creators

  • Director Karina Forero, Lucy Animation Studio
  • Educator Iseult Gillespie
  • Narrator Susan Zimmerman
  • Storyboard Artist David Hernández, Jorge Pico Porras
  • Animation Supervisor David A. López
  • Animator Johanna Benavides, Isabella Giraldo Paredes, Ana María Martínez Vélez, Nathalia Oviedo Lozano
  • Compositor Jorge Moyano, Jefersson Vargas
  • Line Producer Daniela La Rotta Jiménez
  • Art Director Cristina Achaui , Omar Penagos
  • Layout Artist Santiago Grillo Revelo , Sophia Prieto
  • Background Artist Santiago Grillo Revelo , Sophia Prieto
  • Character Designer Cristina Achaui , Omar Penagos, Santiago Grillo Revelo , Sophia Prieto
  • Composer Stephen LaRosa
  • Sound Designer Stephen LaRosa
  • Director of Production Gerta Xhelo
  • Producer Anna Bechtol
  • Associate Producer Abdallah Ewis
  • Editorial Director Alex Rosenthal
  • Editorial Producer Cella Wright

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