Fine Cut 2014: 'My Light Has Gone' | KCET
Fine Cut 2014: 'My Light Has Gone'
"My Light Has Gone" is an animated short written and directed by Jason Kummerfeldt. The film aired as part of the 2014 edition of "Fine Cut," KCET's 17th annual festival of student films.
"My Light Has Gone" Synopsis:
A story about a man who lives in a dark, rainy, cold world. His job is to construct light bulbs from his imagination. When a couple of workers begin to antagonize him, Stan crafts something new, but soon realizes he can only make this invention when angry. After a few months, he becomes a different person altogether as he comes home irritable all the time. His invention has changed his fate, but at what cost?
Jason Kummerfeldt's Bio:
Jason Kummerfeldt was born and raised in Novato, Calif. and ever since he saw "Star Wars" at the young age of four, he knew his passion was telling stories. As he grew up, he experimented in the world of animation and visual effects as a way of unlocking further means to tell a story. Today, Jason resides in Los Angeles and works in Hollywood as a visual effects producer.
Click here to read a Q&A with the filmmaker.
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