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    AWARDS –
    Winner, Grand Prize, Toronto Animation Arts Festival Intl., 2014
    Winner, Audience Award, Toronto Animation Arts Festival Intl., 2014
    Winner, Best Animation, Provincetown Intl. Film Festival, 2014
    Winner, Best Short Animation, San Francisco Intl. Film Festival, 2014
    Winner, Best Short Animation, Dallas Intl. Film Festival, 2014
    Winner, Best Short Animation, Reel 2 Real Intl. Film Festival, 2014
    Winner, Best Film, Chicago Irish Film Festival, 2014
    Winner, Best Animation, Ventura Film Festival, 2013
    Winner, Audience Award, Motion Plus, 2013
    Winner, Best Irish Animation, Foyle Film Festival, 2013
    Winner, The Grand Prix Irish, Cork Film Festival, 2013
    Winner, Best Animation, Indie Memphis Film Festival, 2013
    Winner, Best Animation, Savannah Film Festival, 2013
    Winner, Best European Short Film, Seminci, Valladolid Film Festival, 2013
    Winner, Best Animation, New Hampshire Film Festival, 2013
    Winner, Best Animation, Galway Film Fleadh, 2013
    Shortlisted, Best Animated Short – 86th Academy Awards, 2014
    Nominated, Best Short Film, European Film Awards, 2014
    Nominated, Best Short Film, Irish Film & Television Awards (IFTAs), 2014

    CREDITS –
    Narrator: George Takei
    Writer / Animator / Director: Eoin Duffy
    Producer: Jamie Hogan
    Script Editor: Richard Duffy
    Music Company: Echolab
    Composer: Tobias Norberg, Gavin Little (Echolab)
    Sound Designers: Gavin Little, Joe McHugh (Echolab)
    Post Production: Windmill Lane
    Legal: Gordon Judge
    Accounting: Stephen Proctor
    Funders Representatives –
    Emma Scott: Production Executive for the Irish Film Board
    Pauline McNamara: Executive Producer – RTE
    Fionnuala Sweeney: Film Specialist – Arts Council
    Jill McGregor: Schemes & Applications Co-ordinator for the Irish Film Board

    SOFTWARE: Blender 3D & Adobe Flash

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  2. The streetlight which lights up the city.
    The light draws various form.

    Independent Film Project
    Directed by Hiroshi Kondo (stnw.org)
    Sound by Ayako Taniguchi (ayakotaniguchi.jp)

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  3. Indigenous freedom fighters, isolated and outnumbered and with almost no weapons, wage a resistance struggle against a massive army and brutal police forces with US training and funding.

    The U.N. sold out West Papua in 1961 under the New York Agreement. Indonesia took control under U.S. pressure. Since then, as many as half a million Papuans have paid with their lives.

    Who is behind this evil insanity? U.S. mining company, Freeport-McMoran Gold & Copper, owns the world’s largest gold mine, Grasberg, in West Papua. These greedy companies – Freeport-McMoran, BP, Rio Tinto, Noble Group, and many others, pay the Indonesian military & police to terrorize innocent civilians, to rape, torture and beat them, force them off their land, and kill them.

    Benny Wenda, Papuan leader in exile: “In West Papua, there is no freedom, only killing, intimidation, torture.”

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  4. Video for Mujaji track originally recorded in 1997. Video was made in 2007. Filmed in the magnificent Westminster tube station in downtown London and in & around groundhog caverns in Neversink, NY.

    We're all in a big hurry to get somewhere. How pleased will we be to arrive? Show us the way to those glittering caves.

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  5. A Vertovian film using video footage of the world-famous Moustache Brothers comedy troupe featuring Par Par Lay shot in 2006, as well as still photographs of Mandalay (Burma) where they reside.

    Par Par Lay and The Moustache Brothers are a troupe of comedians, dancers, and musicians from Mandalay who perform traditional Burmese vaudeville-style theater. They were known for many years as Burma's only outspoken political dissidents under the oppressive military junta. Having been banned from performing publicly in front of Burmese audiences, they perform every night for a handful of tourists in their garage in Mandalay. Par Par Lay died on August 2, 2013, but the rest of the group continues to perform.

    More info: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Moustache_Brothers

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