Twitter is a part of my everyday life, as it probably is yours. I am often tweeting at home, while I’m working. Many times there is a laundry basket full of clothes next to me and my son’s shoes scattered on the floor right inside the door. I always have papers all over my desk that should be placed neatly in the file cabinet, but somehow that always falls to the bottom of the priority list.
When I saw this short little film recently released with the cutest Twitter birds ever flying in and out of socks in a laundry room with a file cabinet, I could instantly relate and I fell in love with it. There is only one problem, I don’t know if the creators of this film intended it to be a Twitter movie. It seems so obvious to me, but I can’t seem to find a Twitter reference anywhere.
One thing is for sure, when Pleix Piu and Warm and Fuzzy created this film, they wanted us to smile and to be playful for one minute during your day. According to http://www.gangfilms.com, Pleix is a community of digital artists (graphic designers, 3D artists, and musicians) based in Paris. Warm & Fuzzy, Inc. was founded by Edward Grann in 2007 and is an internationally based production company with offices In Paris, Berlin and NY.
This production company definitely lived up to its name, because this film is warm and fuzzy for sure.