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"Plugin" by Sergio Di Bitetto


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"Plugin" is the story of a mechanical city in which every citizen is a part of the city itself, responsible for generating lights by connecting the male and female parts of the mechanism. Everyone seems to fit into this perfect puzzle except the main character, G-O, a man who does not match the rest of his world. G-O finally finds his perfect match – another man – but the City Authority try to stop this uncommon union. It is up to G-O and Ico to show their city that every connection is after all part of the same energy - love.

CLASSICAL FILM made at VANCOUVER FILM SCHOOL
2014
Official selection for "Ottawa International Animation Festival 2014" Canadian Students competition.
Official selection for "Be There! Corfu Animation Festival 2014" Student/Graduation film.
Official selection for "Sommets du Cinéma d'Animation 2014" Canadian Students competition.
Official selection for "Reel to Real International Film Festival for Youth 2015" Youth Filmmakers Showcase.
Official selection for "Rio Gay Film Festival 2015" Animation competition.
Official selection for "Enjoy! Animated Short Film Contest 2015".
Official selection for "Shout LGBTQ Film Festival 2015" Digital Frontiers section.
Official selection for "Twister Alley Film Festival 2016" Twister Toons section.
Official selection for "Nothwest Animation Film Festival 2016".

MAKING OF:
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Music research, Original mix and sound design made by: FILIPPO FALCO
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OFFICIAL PAGE
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