Treasure by Samantha Moore

A treasure hunter’s tenacious quest across the British countryside leads us to a spectacular gold masterpiece, and the leader who sacrificed it for the sake of her child. A glorious, animated adventure, inspired by the discovery of the Shropshire sun pendant in 2018 – one of the most remarkable finds in Europe in the last century.

Treasure is a film by Samantha Moore, produced by Animate Projects, commissioned by Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery, and funded by BFI NETWORK via Film Hub Midlands, awarding funds from the National Lottery.

Festival screenings and awards:

Official Selection, Norwich Film Festival, UK, 14 November 2021
Official Selection, London International Animation Festival, UK, 26 November 2021
Official Selection, 15th British Shorts Film Festival, Germany, 26 January 2022
Selected for the Esoteric International Film Festival, Russia, 16-21 February 2022
Selected for Balkan Can Kino, Greece, 8 March 2022
Selected for Open Screen, Borderlines Film Festival, UK, 5 March 2022
Official Selection, Athens Animafest, Greece, 17-20 March 2022
Screening at Midlands Short Film Club, UK, 17 March 2022
Official Selection, CineMagic’s On the Pulse Festival, Ireland, March 2022
Official Selection, Cardiff Animation Festival, UK, 7-10 April 2022
Selected for Flatpack Festival, UK, 22 May 2022
Selected for the Films for Children Competition programme, World Festival of Animated Film – Animafest Zagreb, Croatia, June 2022
Winner of Best Animated Film and nominated for Best Short Film and Best Music, Midlands Movies Awards 2022, UK, 11 June 2022
Braziers International Film Festival, UK, 2-4 September 2022

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