Short Film Profile

Reap What You Sew

A Struggling farmer has a strained relationship with his creative wife.

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A darkly claustrophobic animation, Reap What You Sew delivers important messages about love, life, art, fear, loathing and scarecrows.

Reap What You Sew is a short film running to almost twelve minutes. It took six months to complete and was put together entirely with Photoshop and After Effects. It is free of musical stings and spoken word, relying purely on imagery to drive it's narrative.
farmer wife scarecrow



Copyright © 2009 Collier/Gecaite

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Previous screenings

2 Oct – 4 Oct | Ellensburg, United States
Tindirindis: International Animated Film Festival
19 Oct – 25 Oct | Vilnius, Lithuania
Alza la Voz: Concurso de Cortometrajes | 2009
24 Nov | Mexico
27 Nov – 6 Dec | Tirana, Albania
8 Jan – 17 Jan | London, United Kingdom
8 Feb – 12 Feb | Middlesbrough, United Kingdom
25 Feb – 27 Feb | Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
9 Apr – 11 Apr | Jacksonville, United States
15 Apr – 25 Apr | Singapore
27 Apr – 2 May | Manchester, United Kingdom
29 Apr – 2 May | Rotorua, New Zealand
Neum Animated Film Festival
26 Jun – 2 Jul | Neum, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Reap What You Sew has received a new award at Stoke Your Fires Festival of Animation. | more...
1 March 2010
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Information on this profile is provided by the film owners and/or compiled from available sources | Profile updated 25 May 2010