THE OLD MAN AND THE SEA - ALEKSANDR PETROV (1999)

Aleksandr Petrov's The Old Man And The Sea won the Best Short Animation Oscar and was nominated for a BAFTA in 2000. It is a film based on Ernest Hemingway's famous 1952 novella about an old fisherman, Santiago, who struggles to land a giant marlin (a type of large biilfish!) off Cuba. It took Russian-born Petrov two years to paint the 30,000 frames. It is very beautiful and epitomises Canada's prestigious position in the world of short animation. If you like The Old Man And The Sea by Aleksandr Petrov rate it and share it!


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