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Year

2023

Duration

5 minutes

Genres

Animation, Short Films

Language

English / No Dialogue


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This short film collaboration between Save the Children and Aardman Animation (the creators of Wallace and Gromit) marks one year since the war began in Ukraine and explores the challenges experienced by young refugees faced with displacement. Brilliantly depicted without dialogue, the film sees a small orange circle starting at a new school, where everyone and everything is purple and triangle. Feeling lonely and unable to communicate with others at first, the small circle finds friendship and understanding through the care of the community. This colourful animation, inspired by real life experiences of the young people Save the Children have worked with, encourages discussions around migration and isolation in a gentle and accessible way for young age groups.  

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