The Dalang’s Tale
A Short Film By Irwan Junaidy
The Dalang's Tale - Bridges Festival

WHEN

March 12 to 14 2022

WHERE

 Online

In person @Halo Cafe 3024 Hurontario St, Mississauga ON L5B 4M4 

In person @Paradigms in Photography 2515 Hurontario St Unit 102, Mississauga ON L5A 4C8

ABOUT THE FILM

The Dalang’s Tale is an animated short film about domestic violence with visuals inspired by Malaysian traditional wayang kulit or shadowpuppets.

Duration: 6 minutes

Age: 8+

Country: Malaysia

ABOUT THE FILM MAKER

Irwan Junaidy graduated from the UK with an architecture degree and is the co-founder of The R&D Studio, an award-winning content development studio based in Malaysia. He has a passion for telling stories and building make-believe worlds, particularly those that are inspired by the people, arts and cultures of South East Asia. His directorial debut, Batik Girl (2018) is a 2D animated short film that went on a successful festival circuit.

WATCH THE TRAILER

Land Acknowledgement

Crane Creations Acknowledges The Land Which We Operate On Is Part Of The Treaty Lands And Territory Of The Michi Saagiig, Commonly Referred To As The Mississauga First Nations. We Acknowledge The Territory Of The Anishinabek, Wendat, Haudenosaunee, Ojibwe Peoples, As Well As All Caretakers Of This Land Acknowledged And Unacknowledged, Recorded And Unrecorded, And Past, Present, And Future.

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