The Penguin Who Couldn't Swim

The Penguin Who Couldn't Swim
The Penguin Who Couldn't Swim

Year

2018

Duration

6 minutes

Genres

Animation, Short Films

Language

English

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Synopsis

Cast out by others for his inability to swim, a penguin is left alone to figure out what he can use to stay afloat as the tide heightens. After his small boat breaks and a plank he used as a surf board goes missing, he finds an abandoned plane that could solve his problems. With an anti-bullying message, this short animation is a story about believing in yourself and kindness.

In order to view this short film online, please visit the resource page below and download the PDF which contains the Vimeo link.

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