This is my entry for the IRCT Micro Film Competition which was selected as the winner and will be shown at the 147 IRCT member centres across the globe during The United Nations International Day in Support of Victims of Torture -- 26th June 2011, and on the IRCT website.
It is filmed entirely in stop motion animation.
My film aims to show the lasting psychological effects of torture on the victim.
I wanted to create a slightly uneasy and haunting feel to the film that will stick with the viewer. I also left room within the symbolism for the viewers to interpret in their own way.
About the IRCT
The International Rehabilitation Council for Torture Victims is an independent non-profit global organisation with a membership of 146 rehabilitation centres in 73 countries and with over 25 years' experience. The work of the IRCT is threefold:
Rehabilitation of torture victims and their families
Ensuring victims' access to justice
Eradication of torture
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