About this video
One day, Persephone was frolicking in a meadow with the nymph, Cyane. As they admired a flower, they noticed it tremble in the ground. Suddenly, the earth split, and a terrifying figure arose. It was Hades, god of the underworld. He wrenched Persephone from Cyane, dragged her into his inky chariot, and blasted back through the earth. Iseult Gillespie shares the myth of the goddess of spring. Lesson by Iseult Gillespie, directed by KERO Animation Studio.
About KERO Animation
Client TEDEd Studio KERO Animation Educator Iseult Gillespie Narrator Susan Zimmerman Director of Production Gerta Xhelo Editorial Director Alex Rosenthal Produser Bethany Cutmore-Scott Associate Editorial Producer Cella Wright Art Director Elmar Aleskerov Script & Storybord Kyrylo Novikov Character Design Elmar Aleskerov Illustration Anna Aleksandrova, Maria Suhih, Svetlana Platonova Animation Elmar Aleskerov, Maria Suhih, Galya Pugach, Tina Nawrocki, Margarita Shalynina, Daria Zamiatina, Maria Kisel Line & Color Sveta Platonova, Leila Mukhsiynova