Zero (2010 film)

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Zero
Directed by Christopher Kezelos
Produced by Christine Kezelos
Written by Christopher Kezelos
Narrated by Nicholas McKay
Music by Kyls Burtland
Production
company
Zealous Creative
Release date
  • 2010 (2010)
Running time
12:32
Country Australia
Language English
Budget AUD 40,000 (estimated)

Zero is a 2010 Australian stop motion animated short film written and directed by Christopher Kezelos and produced by Christine Kezelos.

Awards, nominations and screenings[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • 2010 LA Shorts Fest: Best Animation[1]
  • 2010 Rhode Island International Film Festival: (tied with) First Place - Best Animation [2]
  • 2010 Grand OFF - World Independent Film Awards: Best Animation [3]
  • 2010 ATOM Awards: Best Animation
  • 2010 Naples International Film Festival: Best Short Film
  • 2010 Flickerfest International Film Festival: Best Achievement in Sound
  • 2010 Australian Cinematographers Society: Golden Tripod - Experimental & Specialised (National)
  • 2009 Australian Cinematographers Society: Gold Award - Experimental & Specialised (NSW/ACT)
  • 2010 Bondi Short Film Festival: Best Script
  • 2010 Bondi Short Film Festival: Best Design
  • 2011 Shorts Film Festival: Bronze Award
  • 2011 Lady Filmmakers Film Festival: Ladies Kick Butt
  • 2011 Sandfly Film Festival: Best Animation
  • 2011 Sandfly Film Festival: Best Australian Short
  • 2011 Sandfly Film Festival: Best at Sandfly

Nominations[edit]

  • 2010 AFI Awards: Nominated for Best Short Animation
  • 2010 Inside Film Awards: Nominated for Best Short Animation
  • 2010 APRA Screen Music Awards: Nominated for Best Music in a Short Film
  • 2010 Australian Screen Sound Awards: Nominated for Best Sound in an Animated Short Film or Program

Screenings[edit]

  • 2010 Palm Springs International ShortFest & Film Market: Official Selection
  • 2010 Savannah Film Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 Hiroshima International Animation Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 Seoul International Cartoon Animation Festival: Official Selection (SICAF Choice)
  • 2010 Anima Mundi International Animation Festival of Brazil: Official Selection (Panorama) - 2010 Bradford Animation Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 St Kilda Film Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 Lucania Film Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 Australian Effects and Animation Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 Anim’est International Animation Film Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 Bumbershoot - Seattle Music & Arts Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 North Country Film Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 ANIMANIMA - International Festival of Animation: Official Selection (Panorama)
  • 2010 Anaheim International Film Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 Foyle Film Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 Montreal Stop Motion Film Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 Animated Dreams Film Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 Etudia&Anima Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 Dawn Breakers International Film Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 Open Media Festival: Official Selection
  • 2010 Adelaide Film Festival: Official Selection

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