The Maker, a Stop-Motion Film by Christopher Kezelos

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The Maker, a Stop-Motion Film by Christopher Kezelos


From director Christpher Kezelos, this five-minute film about “a strange creature [who] races against time to make the most important and beautiful creation of his life,” has taken the festival circuit by storm.

24 thoughts on “The Maker, a Stop-Motion Film by Christopher Kezelos

  1. Laura Cochrane says:

    Wow, that’s great!

  2. Carl Kim says:

    Awesome piece!

  3. Christopher Kezelos says:

    You can also check out this ‘Making of’ video on how we made camera dollies for the film out of discarded 35mm film strips, a gutted flatbed scanner and an old bicycle wheel: http://youtu.be/kHXanDTE9E4

  4. Brett Coulthard says:

    Excellent film! Time is everyone’s enemy.

  5. Quinn says:

    Breathtakingly marvelous!

  6. novusophia says:

    What’s more beautifull than creation for the sake of life?

  7. Greg says:

    Take home message…RTFM!

  8. Preecha Songsakul says:

    .. Awesome ..

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  10. theliteratecondition says:

    Thank you! Thank you for reminding me why art is so important. Life. Beauty.

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  12. McHonza says:

    Very nice.
    Remnicent of the maker in Edward Scissorhands & the original short that 9 was made from.

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