short film: kim
Kim is a stop-motion animated, mock-umentary short
about a day in the life of a friendly, out-going, people-eating siren.
The film was made as a student thesis for graduation from the USC school of cinematic arts Animation and Digital Arts Program.
Madeline Landry served as the director, animator, writer, producer, fabricator, editor, compositor, and sound designer. The film features Natalie Bendheim and Haynes Brooke as the voices of the characters Kim and Phill respectively.
The film is currently running the festival circuit, and as such it cannot be viewed in its entirety here, but it can be viewed upon request. For requests, please contact Madeline at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally, you can find a preview clip of the film below.
Awards for Kim:
New Orleans Film Festival- Selection
Florida Film Festival - Selection
Oaxaca Filmfest- Finalist
Lone Star Film Festival - Selection
Little Wing Film Festival- Best Animated Film
Vail Film Festival- Selection
National Film Festival for Talented Youth- Selection
Exit 6 Film Festival- Selection
Mosaic World Film Festival- Selection
Southern Shorts Awards- Best Student Film
Southhampton International Film Festival- Selection
Horror Films in Hotlanta- Selection
First Frame USC Animation Showcase- Selection
Reel Shorts Film Fest- Selection
Southern Screen Festival - Selection
Women in Horror Film Festival - Selection
South Texas Underground Film Festival - Selection
Kim Preview Clip