Even though the short film The Maker (2011) does not specifically say it’s main character is a rabbit, it is hard not to see the resemblance.
The “Tim Burton-esque” rabbit-looking creature that we encounter in the stop motion picture is the brainchild of Australian film maker Christopher Kezelos.
This thought provoking film is about a violin playing rabbit’s race against time to make the most important and beautiful creation of his life.
When explaining what themes The Maker is addressing, Christopher Kezelos said this: “The Maker explores the preciousness of our moments on earth, the short time we have with loved ones and the enjoyment of one’s life’s work and purpose.” The soundtrack is taken from one of Australia’s most popular and innovative composers of classical music, Paul Halley.
Check out the movie at: www.themakerfilm.com