Childhood Memories

Childhood Memories
Childhood Memories

Year

2018

Duration

4 minutes

Genres

Animation, Artist Film, Short Films

Language

English

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A riveting blend of stop motion animation and archive footage reveals the earliest memories of a woman’s trip to Nigeria as a 4-year-old and how she met her grandmother for the first time, forming a connection which would last forever. A unique piece of art about memory, journey and going back to where it all began.

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