Earlier this year Mirai Mizue released a short animated film for each letter of the alphabet, one a day for 26 consecutive days. 'Timbre A To Z' sees the 26 films edited together into one 13 minute beauty.
"Mirai Mizue is a representative figure of the new generation of abstract animation in Japan. His films have been shown in more than 100 festivals in about 20 countries. His strong obsession towards cells forces him to draw every frame with surprising density. His rhythmical animation overwhelms viewers. Recently he has been trying to step into new territory: minimalistic abstract animation using linear figures."