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The Fabric of You

The Fabric of You

Josephine Lohoar Self
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Synopsis

Unable to show his true identity, Michael, a grieving tailor mouse, recounts and reckons with the memories of a past lover.

Festivals and awards

Best Animated Short: Sulmona International Film Festival (Italy)
Best Animated Short & Nomination of Best of Festival Award: Palm Springs ShortFest (US)
Audience Prize: Bucheon International Animation Festival (South Korea)
Best Musical Score: Nevada City Film Festival (US)
Best Editing: Nevada City Film Festival (US)
Best British Short Nomination & Public Choice : British Animation Awards (UK)
Special Mention & Nomination for The McLaren Award: New British Animation: The Edinburgh International Film Festival (UK)
Best Animation Nomination: Scottish BAFTA Nomination (UK)

Josephine Lohoar Self

Josephine Lohoar Self is a Scottish BAFTA nominated Writer, Director & Animator working predominately in stop motion animation.  In 2017 she graduated from The Glasgow School of Art in Fine Art: Painting & Printmaking.  Josephine’s most recent film ‘The Fabric of You’ won Best Animated Short at Palm Springs ShortFest while being nominated for a Scottish BAFTA. It received a Special Mention during its premiere at The Edinburgh International Film Festival (2019) and has gone on to play at Oscar Qualifying festivals such LA International Short Film Festival & Bucheon International Animation Festival.  She was also accepted into the Berlinale Talents programme at this year’s Berlin International Film Festival.

FILMOGRAFÍA:

Snakes are the best cure for heart break (2016)
Un malentundu (2016)
Superfrog (2017-18)
The fabric of you (2019)

Production: Calum Hart, Reetta Tihinen
Script: Josephine Lohoar Self
Direction: Josephine Lohoar Self
Cinematography: Josephine Lohoar Self
Edition: David Hunter
Music: Rupert Uzzell
Cast: Iain Glen, Damien Molony
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