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And Then Something Changed

Education & Infographics

And Then Something Changed

Sticky Pictures

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DESCRIPTION

Eight-year-old Louis wakes up to what he thinks is going to be just another normal school day, but something has changed. Gone are the motorised backpacks, electric stairs, self-dressing clothes and elevating floors that Louis relies on. In this film we discover what it’s like to be a child with Achondroplasia, a form of dwarfism, and what it’s like to navigate a world that isn’t built for you. Portraying a realistic and un-sensationalised representation of a ‘day in the life’ of Louis – through his reflections – explores a present-day world where accessibility is still an issue.And Then Something Changed was one of three short children’s films commissioned to premiere in the DisRupted series on the 2019 International Day of People with Disability. The film was recognised with the 2020 MIPCOM Diversify TV Excellence Award for ‘Representation of Diversity in Kids Programming’.

Crew

Animation - Jilli Rose

VFX - Gavin Jenkins,  Keiran Watson-Bonnice

Created by ELIZA HULLand KEIRAN WATSON-BONNICE
Directed by KEIRAN WATSON-BONNICE
Produced by ELIZA HULL
Executive Producers DONNA ANDREWS and STU CONNOLLY
Starring THEO WATSON-BONNICE

Software

VFX: Blackmagic Fusion Animation: 3D Studio MAX, Blender, Photoshop and After Effects