#screensparks: new animated short from william caballero to screen at sundance

The latest animated short Victor and Isolina from multimedia producer and director William Caballero will screen in competition at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.

Caballero’s new work is about an elderly Puerto Rican couple, who while living apart, recount their relationship over time. The 6-minute short is made using a hybrid-animation style with 3D-printed characters. Caballero, who studied at Pratt Institute in New York, has had a successful couple of years,  starting with his web series Gran’pa Knows Best being acquired by HBO Latino and his short film collection The Smallest Step, about a group of characters from diverse backgrounds overcoming adversity, screening on PBS and World Channel.

Watch the trailer on Vimeo.

For more more information visit Victor and Isolina and the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Learn more about Gran’pa Knows Best and watch episodes from the series.