This Oscar-nominated Czech animation tells a moving story about a troubled father-daughter relationship

This Oscar-nominated Czech animation tells a moving story about a troubled father-daughter relationship
Image: Still from Daughter (2019)

13 January 2020

The Czech animated puppet-drama, Daughter, was shortlisted in the Oscars’ Best Animated Short Film category.

Directed by Daria Kashcheeva, a former pianist currently enrolled on the Animated Film course at Prague’s Academy of Performing Arts, the film explores a troubled relationship between a father and a daughter.

The film, already the recipient of the student Oscar Award, is entirely made by hand, using an innovative hand-held camera and no-digital techniques.

The winners will be announced on 9 February. Watch the trailer below.

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