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Bless You
Directed by
David Barlow-Krelina

CANADA / 2014 / 2:42
minutes


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SYNOPSIS:
A man takes the subway. Inside his brain, a countdown clock hits zero and a little person prepares for lift-off. The man sneezes.
BIO:
Born in 1988, David is an animator and filmmaker living in Montreal. He graduated from Concordia University (2011) in film animation and computation arts. In 2012 he participated in the National Film Board’s 8th edition of Hothouse and has since worked on a number of Film Board projects, including Subconscious Password by Chris Landreth. David directed his first independent film, Bless You (2013), which screened at the Ottawa International Animation Festival and The Animation Show of Shows. His work is a mix of classical animation and modern CGI, with a willingness to fuse various mediums to tell the story. His films combine elements of Saturday morning cartoons, dark comedy, slapstick and sci-fiction. His joy of animating is in the ability to create glimpses into new and unusual universes that function by their own unique logic.
MAIN CREDITS:
Cast/Featuring: Chris Wilding
Producer(s): David Barlow-Krelina
Director(s): David Barlow-Krelina
Screenwriter(s): David Barlow-Krelina
Cinematographer(s): David Barlow-Krelina
Editor(s): Greg Debicki
Composer(s)/Music: Greg Debicki
Sound Designer(s): Greg Debicki
Animator(s): David Barlow-Krelina
 
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