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Sebastian’s Voodoo

A little over a week ago, we posted about Reach, an endearing short had been shortlisted in the the National Film Board of Canada’s online competition at this year’s Cannes Short Film Corner. Reach was up against nine other finalists with internet votes deciding the winner. And the Internet has spoken – after more than 170,000 views and nearly 8,000 votes from all over the globe, the winning film has been announced.

Taking first prize is Sebastian’s Voodoo directed by Paraguayan-born Joaquin Baldwin. The animated drama tells the story of a voodoo doll that must save its friends from being pinned to death. Check it out below or watch it in high quality at YouTube.

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4 replies on “Sebastian’s Voodoo”

I didn’t get a chance to see the other entries, but between Sebastian’s Voodoo and Reach, I prefer the latter. I liked the animation style in Reach better.

Yea ok, the voodoo doll was courageous, but I was heartbroken when the little robot couldn’t get to the outside as his power cable was too short.