It takes a special kind of friendship to save the world.


When a shy, nerdy, introvert boy finds a bunch of (presumed) scrap metal, he is determined to make the robot work again. To achieve this, he has to reach out to specialists - both online and in real life - and overcome his bashfulness. In a true group effort, using a wide range of technologies, and with the old experts occasionally learning something new from this unconventional child... the robot comes alive again.

Please explain how your poster brings the idea of digital leadership to life?

The boy might be timid at first, but is willing to work with others to achieve his ultimate goal - the robot. Accessing this knowledge and technology secretly makes him achieve a goal he never knew he had - true friendship.

Please provide a summary of your film script/storyboard:

Nerdy boy is locked in his introvert room. Nerdy boy finds buried scrap metal, and recognizes a rare and old model of robot. He defines what is needed, reaches out to specialists both online and in real life . Overcomes his bashfulness. Funny interactions ensure. Old experts learn something new from the "new kid on the block". They access and rethink the needed technologies. Robot is brought back to life.

And yes, the story might still change slightly as I draw out the storyboard. :)

What makes your film poster and script special?

It is a very human interaction, despite one party being a robot. When we see technology as a worthwhile tool to achieve our means, we stop fearing it. The harsh color break works well to achieve tension and interest.

Are all parts of the design 100% your original work or did you use any stock or third party material? If yes, please link all stock, fonts and Creative Commons material here:

I can replace both stock elements with original digital paintings and texture if needed. The main part - the boy and robot - are all original.

https://pixabay.com/en/clay-background-texture-brown-1227878/ https://stock.adobe.com/de/search?serie_id=64204409

Fonts: Centrale Sans & Misproject http://www.misprintedtype.com/fonts/freeware/ https://www.linotype.com/de/1611941/centrale-sans-schriftfamilie.html

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