Autor Tópico: ZERO "How can nothing be something?"  (Lida 1250 vezes)

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ZERO "How can nothing be something?"
« em: Dom 03 Julho, 2011, 19:10:48 »

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【HD】 『ゼロ ZERO』 (Short Film)


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Zero is a 12’32 stop motion animation by Australian husband and wife filmmaking duo, Christopher and Christine Kezelos. This dark fairytale takes place in a world where the inhabitants are born into a numerical class system. Faced with constant prejudice and persecution an oppressed zero walks a lonely path until a chance encounter changes his life forever: he meets a female zero. Together they prove that through determination, courage, and love, nothing can be truly something.

Zero employs innocently cute characterisation that directly contrasts the dark themes of racism and intolerance that underlies the story. It shows how love and the ability to see beauty in the darkest of places allows us to transcend our loneliness and despair and find an authentic connection to our world.

Narrated by international voice over veteran Nicholas McKay, the crew comprised of multi-award winning filmmakers including director Christopher Kezelos and producer Christine Kezelos, director of photography Matthew Horrex and composer Kyls Burtland.

“I’m truly excited to have worked on a project that seeks to present the issues of racism, bigotry and judgement in the highly digestible medium of animation” said Christopher Kezelos. “These themes are unfortunately prevalent and all too common in our society. We all need a little reminder that there’s so much beauty and love on our planet if we open our eyes to it.”

Christine Kezelos also feels passionately about the film’s positive message. “Everyone at sometime in their life has felt isolated and disenfranchised from their peer group or own kind in some way. I think audiences will be able to identify with Zero’s need to find his place”.

Zero has screened at major international film festivals and has won the award for ‘Best Animation’ from LA Shorts Fest and the Rhode Island International Film Festival, been the recipient of two awards from the Australian Cinematographers Society and received ‘Best Achievement in Sound‘ from the Flickerfest International Film Festival. It has also recently been nominated for an AFI Award in the ‘Best Short Animation’ category.

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Re: ZERO "How can nothing be something?"
« Responder #1 em: Sex 08 Julho, 2011, 03:13:30 »
muito bom, obrigada =)

os outros já conhecia, este não!

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Offline Pedro Correia

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Re: ZERO "How can nothing be something?"
« Responder #2 em: Seg 11 Julho, 2011, 01:15:40 »
Sim, na verdade foi o Júlio que o encontrou, eu simplesmente o meti aqui. De qualquer maneira penso que é das melhores curtas que já vi até hoje, na minha opinião, isto é...

 


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