We were selected for KINOdiseea International Children Film Festival Romania
Fantastime Entertainment’s latest 3D animated short film, “Territory,” directed by Mehdi Yazdani from New Zealand, has been chosen to be showcased at the prestigious KINOdiseea International Children Film Festival in Bucharest, Romania. This powerful allegory delves into the dire consequences of global warming and human selfishness through the journey of two polar bears forced to confront the destruction of their habitat.
“Territory” revolves around the plight of two polar bears navigating the consequences of global warming. As they search for a new home amidst the melting sea ice, they stumble upon an iceberg that appears to offer refuge. However, their territorial instincts lead them to conflict, ultimately resulting in the destruction of their fragile environment. Through this narrative, the film poignantly symbolizes humanity’s relentless pursuit of territory despite the looming threats of climate change.
Global Warming: “Territory” serves as a poignant commentary on the urgent issue of climate change, highlighting its devastating impact on vulnerable species like polar bears.
Human Selfishness: The film explores the parallels between the behavior of the polar bears and human conflicts, emphasizing the destructive consequences of selfish actions in the face of environmental crisis.
Environmental Awareness: By portraying the consequences of habitat destruction, “Territory” urges viewers to reflect on their role in preserving the planet and the importance of environmental conservation.
Impact and Significance:
Selected for the renowned KINOdiseea International Children Film Festival, “Territory” stands as a testament to its compelling storytelling and thought-provoking message. Through its captivating animation and powerful narrative, the film sparks conversations about climate change, human behavior, and the future of our planet. It serves as an educational tool for children and adults alike, encouraging reflection and action towards a sustainable future.
“Territory” is more than just a 3D animated short film; it is a call to action. By addressing pressing global issues with empathy and creativity, it resonates with audiences of all ages. As it graces the screens of the KINOdiseea International Children Film Festival, “Territory” continues to inspire dialogue and awareness about the interconnectedness of humanity and the environment.