Tuesday, 24 November 2020

Quarantine Chorus Wins "Best Covid-19 Film"

Quarantine Chorus - Best Covid-19 film
Many congratulations to the makers of "Quarantine Chorus", which has won an award for "Best Covid-19 Film" at the Marcellus Mini Movie Family Film Festival in Marcellus, New York.

Quarantine Chorus is a short animated film about life under Lockdown, and a celebration of the human spirit. It was directed by Edoardo Sartori and produced by Nickoel Izharudin

Quarantine Chorus has won many awards, including the "Best Director - Super Short Film" at the Lisbon Film Festival, an "Early Bird Grand Award" at the Early Bird Student Film Festival (which brings $1,000 in prize money), Best Animated Short at the Prix Royal Paris Film AwardsBest Animation at the Berlin Flash Film Festival, and also Best Super Short Film at the Prague Monthly Film Festival.

Quarantine Chorus
Set in Italy and inspired by a real-life love story from Verona, Italy"Quarantine Chorusis a short story about life under lockdown.

Directed by Edoardo Sartori and produced by Nickoel Izharudin, the film was based on an original idea by Tequila Mason. The film was completed entirely from home during the Covid Pandemic. Our students collaborated remotely, animated and rendered their shots relying on their own home resources.

Quarantine Chorus - The Film

Quarantine Chorus Credits
You can find Quarantine Chorus at the IMDB here.

Marcellus Family Film Festival
You can see the list of winners at the Marcellus Family Film Festival here. "Minuet", directed by Harry Pearson and Aaron Hopwood, was also a prizewinner, being awarded laurels for Best Animation

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