My big fish must be somewhere.
The animated short film “Fish for Life” draws inspiration from Ernest Hemingway’s classic novel, “The Old Man and the Sea.” This poignant adaptation explores a relatable theme found in everyday life: the struggle faced when individuals reach a point where progress seems unattainable. It portrays the human tendency to persist in the pursuit of an impossible goal, often burdening oneself with an overwhelming weight. The initial determination gradually transforms into an all-consuming obsession, pushing individuals to their breaking point. “Fish for Life” skillfully captures this universal dilemma that resonates deeply within society’s fabric.
We are thrilled to present the final film publication of “Fish for Life”. After its completion in 2019, this extraordinary masterpiece embarked on an incredible journey, gracing the screens of numerous animation film festivals worldwide. Now, it is time to witness the culmination of this remarkable success. Join us as we unveil the film publication of “Fish for Life” and discover the true extent of its triumph.
Step into this breathtaking world and let the animated short take you on an unforgettable adventure.
BEHIND THE SCENES
Are you interested in who the filmmakers are? Do you want to know who was responsible for which area?
You can get this and further information here: