Have you ever wondered what happens to your forgotten objects?
In this story, those objects with its ‘memory’ still attached end up rising from the waters of the magical lake.
Scared and lost, memories need help to let go of their objects. Sometimes, it can be as simple as opening a car door or loosening a lid. Other times, memories can have a hard time letting go. Those memories might need more help. This is the story of one of those memories stuck in this world. His name is Moom.

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Director Biography

In early 2012, art directors Dice Tsutsumi and Robert Kondo found themselves searching for ways to expand upon their filmmaking experience in Pixar’s art department. They decided to write and direct an independent animated short film together. The film, The Dam Keeper, was an 18-minute short that garnered an Academy Award Nomination. Upon completing the film, they found the experience of building the team and film life-changing, and the two artists found themselves reinvestigating their current path. They began to pursue answers to the question, “why?” related to their ambitions and dreams. The search for an answer led the two away from the comfort of Pixar’s gates to challenge themselves with the unfamiliar, to continue on the path of learning. In July 2014, Dice and Robert founded Tonko House as a place to nurture growth while telling stories for the world.

2 Responses to “MOOM”

  1. андрей гаврилюк says:

    this cartoon classic.comparing the version of Rusko and Rusko Japanese as something closer to the soul but the Japanese version is also good

  2. Cania says:

    Nice cartoon. I like it.

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