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A bunny musician moves to the big city in this animated short by Euni Cho

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It can be hard to move to a big city, especially when you don’t know anyone. In this animated grad film, Welcome to O’Town (2020) by Euni Cho at Canada’s Sheridan College, a young bunny musician moves to a city of bears. They hope to become a successful musical artist, but they don’t know the language and haven’t made any friends… yet.

playing music to the cosmos
meeting a fellow musician
How will the bunny adjust to this new city life? The short animation is set to Tourniquet by Hem.

city streets
Watch more videos about friendship, the city, bears, bunnies, and busking on TKSST, including:
The Orchestra (2015)
• Kitbull, Pixar’s hand-drawn, Oscar-nominated SparkShorts animation
• Chocolate Cake & Ice Cream, an animated story about friendship
Een Beer naar de Dierentuin (A Bear to the Zoo) – Sesamstraat

via Cartoon Brew.

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