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13 minutes


Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Short Films



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Phil is a stop-motion animated skeleton who used to be a cutting-edge special effect, scaring audiences all over the world. Lately, however, the auditions seem to be drying up and Phil is struggling to find work. After wandering onto a film set and discovering that his most famous film, ‘10,000 Sandals’, is being rebooted but with computer-generated technology, Phil gathers up a group of long-forgotten movie creatures to remind people that they still have what it takes to be movie stars. This incredibly creative blend of live-action and animation is both a special effects history lesson and a tender look at the struggle to keep afloat in an industry where technology is always one step ahead.




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