It’s a beautiful day. Mister Paper goes out for a walk. He finds a few old newspapers, takes out his scissors and starts cutting what he needs for the stroll: a hat against the sun and a dog against his loneliness. When he arrives at a river, he cuts a bridge to walk across. And when the dog gets hungry, Mister Paper cuts a sausage. When Mister Paper arrives home with no more newspaper left, he folds the dog into a bird so that it can sing him a goodnight song. What a lovely day it was.
Cut out animation – 7 min
Production company: A Private View (BE), Beast Animation (BE), Viking Film (NL).
Directed by: Steven De Beul and Ben Tesseur.
Script: Mieke de Jong, based on the book by Elvis Peeters and Gerda Dendooven
Producers: Karlijn Van De Cruys, Dries Phlypo, Jean-Claude van Rijckeghem,
Co-producers: Marleen Slot, Koen Vermaanen, Ben Tesseur, Steven De Beul.
Photography – DOP: Steven Frederickx.
Animation: Mirjam Plettinx, Iris Alexandre.
Sound Design: Jan Schermer.
Music: Stijn Cole, Tom Pintens
Postproduction: FLOW postproduction Amsterdam
With the support of Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), the Tax Shelter of the Belgian Government, Netherlands Film Fund.