One Hundred Years of Solitude is a Nobel Prize winning novel by Gabriel Garcia Marquez. It chronicles the story of several generations of the Buendia family in the fictional town of Macondo. While there is no cohesive linear plot line, each generation has several fantastic, mystical stories.
This title sequence, created for the film adaptation of the book, pulls together the seemingly disparate stories of each family member into a family tree chart.
Each member of the family has an animation that relates to their storyline. The logo is then blown away by the wind, echoing the demise of the town that the family founded and called home.
I was approached by a producer to have this piece included in a PBS series, Invitation to World Literature.