Ken would like to fly. Fly like the best goalkeeper in the world. So he calls a famous goalie. Entertaining fairytale that comes true, shot in the grainy colours of an amateur cine film.

Ken is a little boy with protruding ears who would like to fly. When his uncle gives him a picture of a goalkeeper of Manchester United, he decides to become a goalie as well. Later, Ken recognises the keeper as Alex Stepney. He contacts him. Alex advises him to go to Edwin van der Sar, the current Man United keeper. And then a miracle happens. Ken’s entertaining adventure is told in voice-over and shot in the grainy, bleached colours of an amateur cine film.


Production Design
Sound editing
Sound Design
Visual Effects
The Ambassadors
Production company
328 Stories

Title: Ken van der Sar - The Art of Flying
Year: 2011
Duration : 9 minutes
Category: Short Feature
Edition: NFF 2011

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