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Plastic - Short Film by Sandy Widyanata

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***I WANT TO GIVE ALL THE CREDITS TO MS. SANDY WIDYANATA FOR THIS VIDEO, I DO NOT OWN ANY OF THIS, I AM SO SORRY I DO NOT KNOW HER EMAIL NOR CAN CONTACT HER, I JUST SAW THIS VIDEO ONLINE AND THOUGHT OF UPLOADING IT HERE**





Plastic is a short film that deals with the obsession of body image.

Whilst Anna is preparing for a first date with Henry, a man she has secretly loved for years, everything goes wrong until she discovers the impossible - to sculpt her appearance like clay to any shape she desires.



Made at the Australian Film Television and Radio School.



Duration: 7 min Format: Digital

Writer / Director: Sandy Widyanata

Producer: Courtney Wise

DOP: Greg De Marigny

Prod. Design: Xanthe Highfield

Editor: Ann Foo, Vladimir Jovicic

Sound Design: Cameron Grant

Music: Maja Petrovna Hilcisin

On-Set VFX Supervision: Mathew Mackereth

VFX Artists: Sandy Widyanata, Eric So, Chris Jackson



Festivals/Awards

Plastic - Short Film

WINNER - 2010 Australian Effects and Animation Festival

NOMINEE - 2009 Australian Film Institute Award. Best Visual Effects

WINNER -- 2009 Visual Effects Society Award, LA, USA

FINALIST -- 2008 Best Tertiary Short Fiction, Enhance TV ATOM Awards, Australia

WINNER -- 2008 Best Short Sharp Short, In The Bin Festival, Australia

SILVER -- 2008 ACS Victoria/Tasmania, Short Fictional Drama Australia,

Official Selection - Palm Springs, USA;

Cinema Antipodes, St. Tropez, France;

Flickerfest, Australia; Omaha Int. Film Festival, USA;

Cleveland Int. Film Festival, USA; Int. Video Festival Bochum, Germany;

Lunafest Traveling Film Festival, USA/Canada; L.A International Shortfest, USA

Other Screenings: Cafe FX, Santa Maria, CA, USA; Dreamworks Animation, L.A. USA

Broadcasted on: SBS Television, Flickerfest Movie Extra on Foxtel

Published:  2 years ago

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