Undone has won the grand jury award for best animated short film at this year’s Slamdance Film Festival, which just wrapped up its 15th edition in Park City, Utah.
The festival awarded nearly $100,000 in prizes to 16 film and screenplay winners.
The film’s director, Hayley Morris, will receive a prize package that consists of Filmworksfx credit ($2,500 value), a FilmTracker System, a Showbiz software package and a Jungle software package.
Undone is a six minute stop-motion short revolving around an old man who fishes in the tempestuous sea beneath him, and struggles to keep the objects he recovers from slipping through his hands. Morris created the short as a visual metaphor for the progression of Alzheimer’s.