Flatlife (2004) Theatrical Cartoon

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Flatlife (2004) Theatrical Cartoon

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  • Theatrical ShortShort
  • KASK
  • Distributed by: La Big Family
  • Cartoon Characters: Four People.
  • Directed By Jonas Geirnaert.
  • Produced By Jean-Marie Demeyer.
  • Awards: Jury Prize, Best Short Film, Cannes Film Festival, 2004, Nominee, Golden Palm, Best Short Film, Cannes Film Festival, 2004; more Awards More Awards...
  • Music: Ward Seyssens.
  • Editor: Jonas Geirnaert.
  • Originally Released in May, 2004 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 11 minutes.
  • Color
  • Belgium  Belgium

Cartoon Summary:

Utmost innocent and harmless actions in the daily lives of four ordinary people. But of all the bad luck, these people had to live next to each other.

Cartoon Production Information:

Jonas Geirnaert's graduation film and his debut as a director. This cartoon used over 9,000 drawings. Geirnaert drew all of the animation himself over a period of two years. The short was unfinished when Geirnaert entered it in the Cannes Film...  (more)

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