July 22, 2017

Friends of mine alerted me to Nicole Dorsey's short film "Harold."

It's a finalist in the SHAPE: AT&T Tech and Entertainment Expo contest.

The film follows the story of Harold, an anthropomorphic pine tree, as he tries to make his way to Oregon. It seems that the harsh city streets of Los Angeles have become uninhabitable for him and he hears that there is a protected tree territory up north. Harold is a likeable drifter and the audience cheers him on as his story unfolds.

Credits:
Nicole Dorsey - Writer/Director
Deborah Etta Robinson Producer
Krystle Tabujara - Production Designer/Costume Designer
Greg Goldman – Editor
Music by: Krystle Tabujara & Nicole Dorsey
Henry Phillips - Harold (voice)
Kyle Mizono - Maggie
Jon Huck - Homeowner
Robert Balderson - Clerk
Jon Huck and Patrick Keane - Harold

Here's the link to the homepage and if you enjoy it, vote it up.

Over the years on C&L, I've tried to provide a platform to promote some old and new voices, whether they be musical, political, book or film and I will continue to do so.

I hope you enjoy.

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