|Crew: ||Script: Roel Mondelaers - Project Supervisor: Chris Mascarello - Editor: Martin Leroy - Sound: Hans Mullens - Executive Producer: Fred Vrancken - Post Production Supervisor: Linda Van Zeebroeck - Produced By: Zonderling - Co-Produced By: Nozon, Herring Hill, Zeppos -
Supported By: Flanders Audiovisual Fund|
This story follows an elite robotic soldier. After being alone on guard for more than 6000 days, he encounters his first contact. But things don’t go
as planned ...
Raf Wathion studied at St Lucas Academy & Animation Film at the SHIVKV in Genk Belgium. He started out making eye catching and original idents (both as an animator and director) for Belgian TV shows and channels. In 1995 he took his first steps directing commercials and he quickly became a valued member of the Belgian commercial scene. From the very beginning he chose to focus on graphically strong, visual work, winning him a CCB silver award for his remarkable public service film “Sleeping Pills”. Raf combined his passion for music and visuals and went on directing pop promo’s. He, very soon, found himself working for major Belgian Bands and labels (Millionaire, Praga Khan, Hooverphonic, Ozark Henry, Zita Swoon, Buscemi, ...). In 2005, after taking a year out to make a trip around the world, he was launched on the US market and has since worked for clients such as Infinity, Rain x, Pontiac, delivering high standard visual work. Since 2008 czar represents him and the work kicked off in beauty with projects for Inbev, Electrabel and Bacardi. The stunning stop motion commercial he did for Electrabel won him the APPE award for best European spot and the Best Direction award at the 2009 CCB awards (Creative Club of Belgium). In 2011 Raf won another CCB award for Best Direction with the ‘Crash’ campaign for Samsonite.
Raf is preparing a feature animation film for 2015
Don’t be mislead by the computer game look: this is a psychological
drama. The story has elements of a Shakespearean tragedy as he struggles with an existential crisis; especially since our hero’s function no longer seems to have any purpose.