Weekends – a hand-drawn animated short film

Weekends - An animated short film

Directed by Canadian filmmaker Trevor Jimenez, who is also working in Pixar, Weekends follows a young boy who shuffles between the homes of his recently divorced parents.

Set the 1980’s Toronto, the film is a hand-drawn animated film. The film is animated and presented in such a way that it brings out emotions and the reality of a broken family.

For now, you might want to watch the movie trailer for Weekends on Vimeo. The trailer shows few glimpses of some amazing piece of storytelling. This looks really fascinating and intriguing.

Weekends (Trailer) from Trevor Jimenez on Vimeo.

Weekends have so far won many awards, including the Jury Award and the Audience Award at the 42nd Annecy International Animation Film Festival (2018).

Check out all the awards, the film has so far won by visiting their official site.

The film is now being screened in various international film festivals and as of now, no date has been announced for its online release.

Written, Edited, & Directed by Trevor Jimenez

Country: USA

Year of production: 2017

Running time: 15 min 17 s

If you want to learn more about the film, upcoming screening dates or worldwide web release, stay tuned to their website or the official Facebook page.

Weekends short film still
Still from “Weekends” – an animated short film directed by Pixar artist Trevor Jimenez.



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