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Subconscious Password up for Canadian Screen Award

The animated film Subconscious Password, made with the participation of students and faculty from Seneca's Animation Arts Centre, has been nominated for a Canadian Screen Award in the Best Animated Short category. The latest film by Oscar-winning director Chris Landreth depicts a common social gaffe — forgetting somebody’s name — as the starting point for a journey through the unconscious. The film, produced by the National Film Board of Canada and Copperheart Entertainment, has already won several animation awards and was recently shown at the Sundance Film Festival. Previously, Seneca and Landreth collaborated on the Oscar-winning Ryan (2004) and The Spine (2009). The trailer for Subconscious Password is available on the National Film Board website.

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