Dream is a  stop-motion animated film created by Zombie Studio from Brazil (visuals) and Mophonics (sound) for the DDB New York creative agency and the WCFF’s (Wild Life Conservation Film Festival) current festival and conference campaign.

The film is a story of charm, hope, melancholy and despair as it captures the plight of four animals facing extinction through the words of a newly recorded version of the classic “I Dreamed a Dream” from Les Misérables. The song features Natalie Bergman (Rhino), Keenan O’Meara (Pelican), Tal Fisher Altman (Seal) and Ryan Merchant (Whale).

The Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) is an academic organization. Its mission is to inform, engage and inspire audiences about the need for and importance of the protection of global biodiversity. The WCFF does this through the annual film festival in New York, Beijing, and the annual biodiversity conference in New York.  Wildlife Conservation Film Festival is taking place this October from the 17th to the 23rd at the Marjorie S. Deane Little Theater at 10 West 64th Street & Central Park West in New York. For more info on how to purchase your tickets click here.

To get a glimpse of the character design and the script behind the film click here.

All images © WCCF/Dream

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  1. The more we have to highlight the destruction of nature the better.

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