The Story of Zero

The story of Zero

The Story:  Born into a world of numbers, an oppressed zero discovers that through determination, courage, and love, nothing can be truly something.

Zero is a 12'32 stop motion animation written and directed by Christopher Kezelos and produced by Christine Kezelos. The film comes out of Australia and has received a number of awards for animation.

Noelle’s Review of the film:

This is truly one of the best short animation films that I have seen to date. This film has such depth. The filmmaker has created a whole culture within the film and immersed us in it. We follow the story of Zero and see in his marginalization all the ugliness of our various histories. But we are also offered hope and the affirmation that our thoughts, actions and reactions create our world. I won’t say more.  Such a beautiful story and so completely well done. Lovely in every way!

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Comments

  1.  Dear Noelle,
    Thank you for introducing me to this mini film!  I DO believe in every persons potential and this is a great reminder!! 

    xox
    Constance

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  2. I am so glad that you liked it, Constance. It really touched my heart and it
    was so cleverly and beautifully done.
    xo,
    Noelle

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  3. Noelle,
    You found a gem in this film.  I love the line...Zero did not want to be a negative number.

    wonderful,
    x..x
    steph

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  4. Noelle -- you bring great energy and joy with your fabulous finds! 

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  5. Thanks Steph. I love that film. So hopeful!

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  6. my dear frined,

    you are the great gather of hearts, the lifter of souls, the most fervent architect in the house of belonging!

    xoxoxoxox

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  7. Thank you rebecca, dear. I am so glad that you loved the film as much as I did. I knew you would :)

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  8. Thanks, Meri. This one is a keeper.
    xo,
    Noelle

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  9. This is very sweet on so many levels. What a great film. Thank you, Noelle! Blessings, Olivia

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  10. I believe a hundred percent that..."thoughts, actions and reactions create our world." So thanks for sharing this!!

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