A Fish Sings Opera and his Tragic Destiny – Una Furtiva Lagrima


This stop-motion animated video, Una Furtiva Lagrima, proves any objects can use for creating a stop-motion animation. You often see animators use clay puppets, pictures, and handcraft papers for creating their stop-motion animated films. In this video, the main character, a fish, sings an opera song, and it shows his tragic destiny. According to the film’s official website, the director, Carlo Vogele mentions the film was taking at his apartment in San Francisco in 2011. You will feel emotional to watch this fish’s last moment of his life in the kitchen…

Vogele was born Luxembourg and had graduated Gobelins School of Animation in 2008. He was a Character Animator at Pixar for 7 years and worked for several well-known movies such as Brave, Cars 2, Toy Story 3, and more. He currently works on his own animated feature films.


Please enjoy the stop-motion animated video, Una Furtiva Lagrima by Carlo Vogele

Una Furtiva Lagrima from Carlo Vogele on Vimeo.



The film, Una Furtiva Lagrima’s official blog




Carlo Vogele’s official blog