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Yoram Gross: early short films

By ACMI, 2009 1:59 minutes

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Yoram Gross made his first animated short film in 1958 without any external funding. He produced his own sound and developed the film in his bathroom. Despite the non-existent budget, the film was an award-winner and caught the attention of celebrated animator Norman McLaren. Gross has always believed that a film should have something important to say. His second animation, We Shall Never Die, is a film for his mother as well as a memorial to those who died in the Holocaust. The film’s message is that if we love someone, they never die.

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