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THE TOYMAKER counts with a great team. So far, it has more than 12 people, young professionals with great experience, who give their creativity and talent in fields such as VFX, animation, sound, editing, production and more.
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Mario, his inner child and a troop of toys will try to rescue childhood fantasy for today’s adults.!


Marzel Avila: one of the founders and creative director of Araguato Films. Scriptwriter and advertisement, musical videos, TV shows, animation and documentary director. He was the producer of the awarded full-length film “Vinotinto, The Movie”. He has won several script calls in his country. He is the creator, director and scriptwriter of “Nanouniverso”, nominated as best educational TV show for the TAL awards (Uruguay). In 2012, he was nominate to the Best Tropical Music Video in the Pepsi Music Awards. His short “Mestizo Wood” got special mention in the 2014 Wood and Humanity contest.
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Oscar Quintero: founder of Ultravioleta Audiovisuales, he has worked as director and editor for more than 6 years. He also has experience as cinematographer and photographer. His work has been oriented to capture the geography and culture of the Venezuelan Andes. His documentaries show expeditions, mountain sports and the culture of Andean towns. Oscar has edited and directed several TV shows and musical videos for artists from Venezuela and Colombia. His documentary “San Isidro y la fe de un pueblo” (San Isidro and a town’s faith) won as the Best Documentary on the independent Film Festival ARACA 2014.

Where the money goes

THE TOYMAKER is a project that luckily from its beginnings has counted with the support of the public and the critics; this has awaken the interest of some sponsors and possible co-producers. Recently we won the fourth place for the Public Prize and the second place for the Jury Prize in theAudience Awards, among more than 170 projects from all around the world. The honest support of the public has inspired us to create a crowdfunding campaign looking for $18.000 to shoot the documentary part, the fiction (live-action scenes) and the real scenarios where the animation will take place.