Noodle Fish Catches Warsaw Film Festival Animation Award

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Noo­dle Fish

South Korean direc­tor Kim Jin-man’s “Noo­dle Fish” was named Best Ani­mated Short in the Short Films Com­pe­ti­tion pro­gram at the 29th War­saw Film Festival.

In the 10-minute film, also pro­duced by Kim, a naive lit­tle fish begins his jour­ney to the world out­side the water as he thinks that it’s the only way to become a grown-up. One day, he hap­pens to hear the secret of the world and takes on the chal­lenge of free­dom. What is the world out­side the water like?

Kim was born in 1975. After grad­u­at­ing from Hongik Uni­ver­sity with a BFA in sculp­ture and visual design, he received an MFA from the Art & Tech­nol­ogy Chun­gang Uni­ver­sity. He has been mak­ing stop-motion ani­ma­tions with var­i­ous objects at the B01 Studio.

Short Films Com­pe­ti­tion jury mem­bers were Julia Kol­berger of Poland, Will Ander­son of Britain and Matthieu Dar­ras of France.

The 10-day War­saw Film Fes­ti­val ended Saturday.

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