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Vying for an Oscar, "Loving Vincent" is the world's first animated feature film painted by hand – all 65,000 frames – in the style of Vincent van Gogh.That is 30 times less than Disney's "Coco," one of the film's four Oscar rivals.The film includes representations of van Gogh's most famous paintings such as "The Starry Night".Painting the 93-minute-long movie was a painstaking task.Each artist completed an average of six paintings a day, amounting to a half-second of the film for simple scenes.
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