Serbian short animated film “Echo” won another international award, this time in the famous Egyptian Theater in Hollywood at the 21st Arpa International Film Festival. Film producer Ivan Pribicevic received the “Best Animated Film” award at the ceremony of the festival which hosted significant guests from the world of independent film this year. The film was created in the production of Digitalkraft with the help of the Film Center of Serbia, directed by Borisa Simović and Kosta Rakićević, with a script written by Simović on the motives of the story Svetozar Vlajković.

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Among the authors of this film are Aleksandar Zolotić, who illustrated the film, Ana Pakljanac, vfx supervisor of the film, Uroš Obradović, the main animator. Music for the film was composed by famous Serbian composer Miloš Raičković, performed by LP Duo, while Radivoje Raša Bukvić, Jelena Đokić and Lenka Simović loaned the votes to the characters.

 

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🏆AWARD RECIPIENT🏆 🎞BEST SHORT ANIMATION FILM 🎞 Echo, 8 min (Serbia, 2018) ————————————— 🎬Directed by: Boriša Simović 🖋Writer: Kosta Rakićević Producer: Ivan Pribićević ————————————————— 🕯Synopsis: A five year old boy spends a day with his father, whom he occasionally sees in nature with the game of calling “echo”. After a great emotional charge that the play and the presence of his father evokes in him, he returns to his mother’s house where there is no place for such outbursts of “irrational” attitude towards the world. ————————————————— A beautiful MUST-SEE

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