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A three minute short animation with a brilliant idea. Unexpectedly a letter to a friend comes alive and starts to talk through letters that move. What an awesome letter it is!
Katrina VillaKatrina Villa
Anna Katrina Villa was born in 1975. In 1996, she took an animation workshop at the Mowelfund Film Institute and earned her diploma in Mass Communications from the University of the Philippines. Her first short animated film, The Friendly Letter competed in the New York University’s International Student Film Festival in 1997. She is currently a member of Ilustrador ng Kabataan (INK), an association of artists committed to the creation and promotion of illustrations for children.