Synopsis: Hernán is a little kid dreamy who is not doing well in school. After his parents demand effort and sacrifice, he concentrates on his studies, let alone his imagination. Over the years he will be a successful man and one day he will realize that his most important dream is yet to be achieved.
The biggest surprise from a narrative point of view is the temporal play with the voice-over. On the other hand, I think the short film seeks to inspire through an emotional story, effort and transformation and that is a gift for the audience.
Santiago Aguilera Publicist and Audiovisual Communicator, Art Director with 25 years of experience in the graphic computing market applied to Postproduction of visual effects for Cinema and Advertising Cinema in Chile. He has participated in more than 4,000 advertising spots, 20 feature films and also in Short Films. He also participates in award-winning animation campaigns such as Orange Crush and CEO for COPEC Chile’s latest Viva Leer 2018 campaign in 10 animated stories, awarded in 2018 with an Effie Award.
His latest project is directing an 11-minute 3D animated short, The Boy and The Mountain.