Mini Docs Competition
Dir. Adara Todd, UK, 4 mins, 2016.
This short animated film follows a stream of consciousness from Polly Hancock, an old lady living in Goring who suffers from Alzheimer's.Prepare to be taken on an emotional journey as Polly describes how the dementia has affected her life, and how aware she is of the change in her surroundings. Polly's real emotion is paired with a mixture of stop motion and 2D hand drawn animation as they attempt to visualise and bring some kind of understanding to her words.
Adara Todd is a recent graduate from Middlesex University. Her final graduation film Twiddly Things is her second film to be shown at festivals, with her 2nd year film More Than A Game screened atfestivals including HAFF. Adara is very interested in telling real serios stories in original and surreal ways.
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