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SHORTS IN COMPETITION: STUDENT

A LOST AND FOUND BOX OF HUMAN SENSATION

Directed by Martin Wallner and Stefan Leuchtenberg
SHORT NARRATIVE 15 Minutes New York Premiere
FILM GUIDE A LOST AND FOUND BOX OF HUMAN SENSATION
A young man's father dies of cancer and the boy has to cope with the loss. A poem, recited by Ian McKellen, builds the framework for the storyline and is interrupted from time to time by the thoughts and experiences of the boy, voiced by Joseph Fiennes. The result is a film about the time-consuming process of overcoming grief, with all its ups and downs, setbacks, and silver linings.
Animation
About the Director(s)
MARTIN WALLNER and STEFAN LEUCHTENBERG both studied graphic design as well as interactive media at the University of Applied Sciences in Augsburg. Together they founded animation studio Dancing Squirrel. This is their debut film, already a winner of numerous awards.

Film Info
  • Section:
    Shorts in Competition: Student
  • Year:
    2010
  • Length:
    15 minutes
  • Language:
    English
  • Country:
  • Premiere:
    New York
  • Connect:
Cast & Credits
  • Screenwriter:
    Martin Wallner
  • Composer:
    Lars Deutsch
  • Primary Cast:
    Joseph Fiennes, Ian McKellen, Richard McCowen
  • Producer:
    Nils Dünker, Anatole Taubman
  • Technical Director:
    Simon Leykamm
  • Sound:
    Heiko Müller
  • Animation:
    Onni Pohl, Travis Ramsdale, Sam Siahaija, David Scharf, Dancing Squirrel
  • Director:
    Martin Wallner, Stefan Leuchtenberg

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