A shaman has a precognition. A world at war. With esoteric wisdom, he revives the stilt houses of the abandoned village and faces the newcomers. The wood giants destroy the invading ships. But such is the strength of the spell, that without control, they are all sent into the apocalyptic future.

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Director Biography – Richard Jabardo

Jabardo was born in Venezuela and has been living in the United States since 1989. In 1976 he received his degree in Communication Arts (UCAB, Venezuela) in 1989 he moved to the USA and received his Masters in Fine Arts in 1994 at the University of California, Los Angeles. While in LA, he worked as a freelance graphic designer creating corporate identities, illustrations and 3D Animations for TV-programs and commercials. Early in his career he participated in several art exhibitions in Venezuela where he also produced many short films and video art.

His animated short films have been exhibited in festivals in Europe and North and South America and, from the beginning have won him international recognition. Since moving to Georgia in 1999 his paintings have been shown at several galleries in and around Atlanta. Presently he continues to develop new artistic projects from his own studio: Tropikal Dream