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Plastic

Posted by James Takyi

Posted October 28, 2014 - Filed in Romance - #self image  #body image  #self 
Plastic is a short film that deals with the obsession of body image. Whilst Anna is preparing for a first date with Henry, a man she has secretly loved for years, everything goes wrong until she discovers the impossible - to sculpt her appearance like clay to any shape she desires. Made at the Australian Film Television and Radio School. Duration: 7 min Format: Digital Writer / Director: Sandy Widyanata Producer: Courtney Wise DOP: Greg De Marigny Prod. Design: Xanthe Highfield Editor: Ann Foo, Vladimir Jovicic Sound Design: Cameron Grant Music: Maja Petrovna Hilcisin On-Set VFX Supervision: Mathew Mackereth VFX Artists: Sandy Widyanata, Eric So, Chris Jackson Festivals/Awards Plastic - Short Film WINNER - 2010 Australian Effects and Animation Festival NOMINEE - 2009 Australian Film Institute Award. Best Visual Effects WINNER -- 2009 Visual Effects Society Award, LA, USA FINALIST -- 2008 Best Tertiary Short Fiction, Enhance TV ATOM Awards, Australia WINNER -- 2008 Best Short Sharp Short, In The Bin Festival, Australia SILVER -- 2008 ACS Victoria/Tasmania, Short Fictional Drama Australia, Official Selection - Palm Springs, USA; Cinema Antipodes, St. Tropez, France; Flickerfest, Australia; Omaha Int. Film Festival, USA; Cleveland Int. Film Festival, USA; Int. Video Festival Bochum, Germany; Lunafest Traveling Film Festival, USA/Canada; L.A International Shortfest, USA Other Screenings: Cafe FX, Santa Maria, CA, USA; Dreamworks Animation, L.A. USA Broadcasted on: SBS Television, Flickerfest Movie Extra on Foxtel
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    Nia Moone This is so true if every women were given the chance to mold their body I'm sure we'd all have the same exaggerated features. Though I would have loved to see the look on her dates face if he saw her molded by hand form lol! It makes me wonder what would ...  more
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