عنوان مقاله [English]
Animation films as media use various arrangements to convey the message to their audiences. Narrative and narrative play an important role in shaping animations. Narratives generally reflect a view of the world and how it is perceived. Much of the popularity of storytelling comes from their narratives; they help programmers move away from directly inducing a message to the audience while preventing the audience from becoming overwhelmed by the media in pursuit of their ultimate goals. For this reason, the form, the constituent elements, and the explicit implications of the narratives must be analyzed scientifically. Therefore, the purpose of this article is to analyze the narrative and visual elements of the short film "Ghceddak" which is one of the great works of the Hamedan Center for Animation. To this end, the narrative approach and the theory of Roland Barth and Gerard Genet were used to analyze the narrative and visual elements of the film under investigation. Finally, the findings showed that the visual elements serve to express the story and the visual concepts and narrate well the main concepts of the story. The visual elements convey the explicit implications of the text in relation to the subject of the film. Also the visual aesthetic elements of this film have had an impact on the content and visual beauty of the dandelion animated film.