"A young boy moves to a new neighborhood and falls in love for the first time."

Blik is a wonderfully expressive short film written and directed by Dutch artist Bastiaan Schravendeel during his studies at the Utrecht School of the Arts.

Following the challenge of delivering a story without dialogue or facial expressions, the artists behind Blik produced the short using a stylized CG aesthetic, describing a strong internal conflict through great use of body language, sensory images and a good dose of humor.

Other highlights of the film include the way the urban setting is employed for staging and the use of objects as narrative devices.


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