A little shepherdess (4 years old) follows her father and his sheep. Suddenly, a goat leaves the herd. The little shepherdess will follow her call to nature.
Maria Giménez Cavallo was born in New York in 1992 to an Italian-American mother and Spanish father. She got her B.A. from Columbia University and then moved to Paris to work with Abdellatif Kechiche as artistic collaborator, assistant director, casting director, and editor for “Mektoub, My Love: Canto Uno” (Mostra di Venezia 2017). She later worked with directors such as Hafsia Herzi, Luca Guadagnino, and currently, Pietro Marcello and Alice Rohrwacher. She speaks English, Italian, French, and Spanish fluently.
A unique conversation in the woods with four animators about their experiences in the Warrior Cats animation community.
Emma Breslauer is a film graduate at the University of Texas in Arlington and moonlights as an animator. Animated films are her main inspiration to pursuing film as well as a deep love of storytelling, having grown up reading a myriad of different books and forging an unbreakable admiration for animation. Her passion and strengths lie in screenwriting, editing, and animating.
#AniFab the Animalis Fabula Film Festival '22 compiles the information presented in the official selections from FilmFreeway our film festival partner as well as from the filmmakers.
The Festival Director presents the information as it is presented to AniFab.