10 min / narrative / 2013 / UK
filmmaker: Ray Jacobs
Bastion, the barber, was having an ordinary day. As he was preparing to head home, he entered, the harmless fool.
Movement and digital artist Ray Jacobs created a film that explores and explodes the stereotype of the harmless jester. He worked with a team of disabled and non-disabled artists and actors to make Bastion an engaging and challenging film.
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