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SYNOPSIS...

In the future, a disgruntled observer weighs the price of attaining a sense of self, in a world where technology reigns supreme.

ABOUT...

Glitch was primarily created with 3D Studio Max using only a Pentium 2 computer. Adobe Photoshop, Adobe After Effects, Macromedia Flash and SoundForge were also used.

All components involved in creating the film were undertaken by Damien Slevin. Special thanks to Dylan Redding for his technical assistence and computer hardware knowledge which made the realisation of the film possible. Further thanks to Greg and Justin Slevin for their advice and inspiration.

GLITCH on IMDb

Android Army Opening Scene Sky Scraper
Microchip Factory Floor Suicide

Awards & Screenings

Red Carpet Night Short Film Festival - 2003 Sydney

Brisbane International Film Festival - 2003

Finalist - 2003 Shepparton Shorts Festival

Finalist - 2003 Kalamazoo Animation Festival International, Michigan, USA

Finalist - 2003 ATOM Awards - Nominated for Best Tertiary Animation

Finalist - 2003 Dendy Awards at the Sydney Film Festival. Nominated for the Yoram Gross Award and Rouben Mamoulian Award

Finalist - 2003 Kaleidoscope (Top 10)

Winner - Best Animated Short - 2003 Festival of Fantastic Films, Manchester, UK

Winner - 5th Prize - 2003 Byron Bay Short Film Festival

Canberra Short Film Festival, 2003,Australia

Conflux 2 Scifi Convention - 2005 Canberra, Australia

Byron Film Club - 2005 Byron Bay

MOVIEOLA Short Film Channel, Canada, screening 2009

Fantastic Planet: Sydney Science Fiction & Fantasy Film Festival, Sydney, Australia, Oct 30-Nov 6, 2009

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