'Wireman' wins at the Toronto Shorts International Film Festival
Congrats to Noah Brown! His short film 'Wireman' won Best Experimental Short at the Toronto Shorts International Film Festival.
Toronto Shorts International Film Festival is the largest short film festival in Canada. It provides a showcase for the best short-form cinema from around the world. It is held annually in Toronto.
The animation has an 11 minute run time. You can read the description of the award-winning short below:
- The Wireman spends his days feeding a strange hole in the ground, until he makes a startling discovery that changes his life.
Noah teaches Stop Motion Animation at the Avenue Road Arts School for grades four to eight. He is a recent grade of Tufts University with a B.A. in Film and Media Studies and Political Studies.
You can check out the full festival line up here.