The National Film Board of Canada, in association with the Cannes Short Film Corner and partner YouTube, welcomes you to this NFB competition, now in its fifth year. Its your turn to choose. Internet votes will decide the best film, and the winner will be announced at Cannes on May 21. The prize: an HD MINI-DV camera and a mobile studio including laptop and editing suite.

Director: Luke Randall Running Time: 3'50 Country: Australia Category: Comedy

A tiny robot is given the gift of life with only one limitation, the length of his power cable. When a curious bird appears at the workshop window, the robot feels a lust to live outside of his reach that may be his demise.

Originally from the island of Tasmania, Luke Randall is a director/animator currently based in Melbourne, Australia. Luke has been fortunate enough to work on CG TV series, video game cinematic and animated feature films over the past couple of years and has received several awards for his work.

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Nominated Best Animation  – Australian Film Institute (AFI) Awards 09 2nd Place/Finalist  – Cannes Short Film Corner Competition Grand Prize Winner  – Sydney Festival 09 IInet Get Animated Winner Golden Eagle Award  – Cine Awards 09 Winner Best Animation  – Reno Film Festival 09 Winner Best Animation  – Action Cut Film Festival 09 Winner Best Animated Film  – New Jersey Inernational Film Festival 09 Winner Best Animation  – DeReel Independent Film Festival 09 Winner 2nd Place Best Film  – Stinkwater International Short Film Festival Winner Best Student Film  – Southbeach International Animation Festival Winner Best Film  – Boohoo Film Compeition 09 Winner Best Film  – Newtown Flicks Film Competition 09 Winner Award of Merit in Animation  – The Accolade Film Awards 09 Award of Excellence  – Indie Awards 09 Winner Best Animated Film  – GIAA Film Festival 09 Special Jury Award  – CINE awards 2010

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Pondělí 28. 02. 2011, 21.37 | Film, Umění | 417x přečteno

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