Javier Salazar

Why Watch? Give this short 12 seconds and you’ll stay for 12 minutes. It features a ton of inventive objects in the service of inspired stop motion animation, and the story is one that’s halfway between abstraction and simplicity. And, of course, it was featured at Fantastic Fest a few years back. Its chaos is currently reigning over us, but it’s nice to look back on some quality shorts from the festival’s past. What does it cost? Just 12 minutes of your time. Check out Teclopolis for yourself:

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