Eoin Duffy Asks “What Do All Languages Have in Common?” for TED Ed

Director/animator Eoin Duffy in Vancouver: “In the early 1950s Noam Chomsky proposed a theory that the key to language versatility was grammar.

“In this film, writer Cameron Morin details Chomsky’s theory of universal grammar, specifically if the rules are hardwired into our brains or not.

“Given the subject matter, kinetic typography was the best and only approach. A mishmash of different type styles combined with imagery that hints at the time period.”
 
Eoin Duffy Asks "What Do All Languages Have in Common?" for TED Ed | STASH MAGAZINE

Eoin Duffy Asks "What Do All Languages Have in Common?" for TED Ed | STASH MAGAZINE

Eoin Duffy Asks "What Do All Languages Have in Common?" for TED Ed | STASH MAGAZINE

Eoin Duffy Asks "What Do All Languages Have in Common?" for TED Ed | STASH MAGAZINE

Eoin Duffy Asks "What Do All Languages Have in Common?" for TED Ed | STASH MAGAZINE

Client: Ted Ed

Director/animator: Eoin Duffy
Writer: Cameron Morin
Producer: Gerta Xhelo

Audio: Sono Sanctus
Narrator: Addison Anderson

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