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59 Seconds
Directed by
Mauro Carraro

Switzerland, France / 2017 / 16

In Italian and French with subtitles

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SHORTS: Animation Program 2.

A love story is turned upside down by the 59 second earthquake that devastated Friuli in May, 1976.
Mauro Carraro graduated from the renowned Supinfocom Arles where he studied CG animation. He now lives in Geneva, Switzerland, where he works at Nadasdy Film studio. His first professional animated short film Hasta Santiago was awarded as the Best Debut Film at Annecy Festival in 2014 and received over two dozens of awards worldwide. With his individual technique already distinctive in his early works Mauro contributed to the award-winning full-length animated film Approved for Adoption as compositing supervisor. His latest six-minute short, Aubade, prior to its release in 2014 won the project pitch at the Annecy Festival. It has been collecting awards and had over 150 selections at various festivals around the world. Mauro has been jury member at a number of film festivals including Krok International Film Festival, the Warsaw Film Festival and was part of international jury at the Seoul Best of the Best Animation Festival.
Director(s): Mauro Carraro
Screenwriter(s): Mauro Carraro
Animator(s): Lucas Morandi, Thomas Caudron, Je?ro?me Mettraux, Cyril Drevon, Arnaud Ducor, Florian Durand
Courtesy of: Nadasdy Film
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