Sean McCarron’s animated short film CORVINE shares a story of a boy who loves nature, especially crows. As an eccentric boy he has trouble fitting in at school due to his obsession with crows.
This magical tale stays in your mind long after the credits have rolled. Corvine, is a likeable boy who has a cute obsession with crows, he talks with them and even tries to fly like them. Crows are known for their intelligence and adaptability making them the perfect character in this film for a young boy who enjoys solitude.
This magical tale stays in your mind long after the credits have rolled.
His obsession with crows isn’t well received at school and sadly he is teased, which pushes him into isolation even more. Luckily, this lovely little boy has supportive parents who encourage his friendship with the birds and the story ends with something really magical, of course if we share the end we will spoil the story. When you watch this magical tale and you are sure to fall in love with it!
When you watch this magical tale and you are sure to fall in love with it!
The beautiful hand drawn pictures will captivate you, whilst the outstanding score created by Suad Bushnaq with a full orchestra will immerse you in this lovely tale which touches on the beautiful imagination of a child. What the film really says it “it is ok to be different” and even though that can be rough at school, one day you will realise it is good to be you!
What the film really says it “it is ok to be different” and even though that can be rough at school, one day you will realise it is good to be you!
After screening at numerous prestigious international film festivals including the Academy-qualifying Cleveland International Film Festival, Calgary International Film Festival, Chicago International Film Festival and Foyle Film Festival, CORVINE will receive its New York premiere at Tribeca. The film was picked from over 8000 entries.
CORVINE will screen at Tribeca on Saturday June 10th, Sunday June 11th and Saturday June 15th.
McCarron is a talented writer director and animator. Let’s hope we see Corvine on the next Oscar ballot as it certainly deserves to be on there!
Siovan King, Film Business Magazine