Graduation film from the Royal College of Art, 2011.
A young boy's chimerical journey from a small town to the Himalayas with an all-defining conclusion.
Tonatiuh Pina McEwan
Music and Sound Design:
Julian Scherle - visitjul.com/
Additional modelling and animation:
Eamonn O'Neill - eamonnoneill.ie/
Royal College of Art
Royal College of Art Graduation Show: SHOW RCA 2011,
4th La Noche de los Cortos
5th Animanima: Međunarodni Festival Animacije
Anim'est Festival International de Animatie
Raindance Film Festival
6th Vilnius Film Shorts: Int'l Young Filmmakers Fest.
7th Istanbul Animation Festival
Anchorage Film Festival - Runner-up in Animation
Washington DC Independent Film Festival
Exposures: New Talent in Moving Image
Norwich Film Festival
Pictoplasma - Berlin
Fête de l'Anim - Lille
Capital City Film Festival - Laising, Michigan
West Chester Film Festival - Nominated for Best Animation
Cartoons on the Bay - Int'l Television and Cross-media Animation Fest'
British Student Film Festival - Nominated for Best Film and Best Animation
Bootleg Film Festival
Dada Saheb Phalke Film Fest
14th backup_festival - Weimar, Germany
Northwest Animation Festival 2012, Portland, USA
Cabriolet Film Festival 2012
IN THE PLACE Short FIlm Festival, 2012
Rushes Soho Shorts Film Festival, 2012
65th Edinburgh Film Festival, 2012
Anima Mundi, 2012
London International Animation Festival, 2012
SAPPORO Short Fest, 2012
Surrey International Film Festival, 2012
Best Sound Design - British Student Film Festival, 2012
Paul Berry Animation Award - Exposures, 2012
Best Animated Film - Norwich Film Festival, 2012
Animation Runner-Up - Anchorage Film Festival, 2011
Bezalel Graduation Film 2012- by Isca Mayo & Maayan Tzuriel
Music: Yehu Yaron
Sound design: Yoav Brill
Every morning, an old lifeguard arrives for another day of work, when in fact the swimming pool he guards has been empty for years.
One day an unexpected guest appears out of nowhere, filling him with doubts about his everyday reality.
How do we face an existence in which one is no longer relevant? How can we continue to live in an illusion?
Two seemingly opposite characters meet in a peculiar situation. When their similarities are revealed, the protagonist is forced to reexamine his life and choose between living a life of sterile existence or stepping outside of his world to discover new horizons