Hambuster is a seven-minute French 3D animated short film produced by five students from the Supinfocom Arles School of Digital Filmmaking. The film was directed by Paul Alexandre, Dara Cazamea, Maxime Cazaux, Romain Delaunay, and Bruno Ortolland, and released in 2010. The film centers around a hamburger that rebels against its owner and tries to swallow everything in its path.
Hambuster was produced utilizing a blend of 2D and 3D animation methods, resulting in a visually impressive and visually stunning film. The film was well received for its technical execution, storytelling, and humor.
Overall, Hambuster is for anyone interested in animation, comedy, and action movies. Its unique concept and engaging storytelling make it a standout film in the world of short animations.
How To Watch
If you’re interested in watching Hambuster, there are a few ways to do so.
Watch it now on Youtube. The video is just over six minutes long:
Hambuster is also available on Vimeo. The Vimeo version of the film is in high definition, created by the Supinfocom team.