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Masterminds 2011: SF Weekly Recognizes Local Artists 

Wednesday, Feb 16 2011

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Guadamuz, who describes Yuichi as a "sci-fi noir," is looking to have it screened at film festivals. People may not get some of its visual references (including one to a Japanese murder case), but Yuichi has no legible words so the film doesn't need translation. "In the traditional way of doing cartoons and animation, I don't know if I'll be accepted by the animation community," Guadamuz says. "I was just trying to make something for me."

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