The merrily recited horror nonsense of Lewis Carroll’s famous poem is done full justice in this animation about a brave kid who faces a monster all by himself.
The poem Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll – chiefly known for Alice in Wonderland – largely consists of nonsensical words, but nevertheless the tenor of the story is clear. A father warns his son for a creepy monster, the Jabberwock. However, the boy shows no fear ad confronts the ogre. This equally lively and comic animation visualises the poem, recited by Jack Cutmore-Scott, using a visually peculiar interpretation of the nonsense verses.

Credits

Director
Production Design
Sound Design
Montage
Animation
Producer
Ted
Production company
Ted Conferences
Distributor NL
Kaboom Distribution

Title: Jabberwocky
Year: 2020
Duration : 3 minutes
Category: Short Feature
Edition: NFF 2021

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