Hand in Hand
TITLE: Hand in Hand
AUTHOR: Almog Avidan Antonir
In a post-apocalyptic world where only zombies exist, a revolution seems unlikely. However, even a small change, the introduction of love, catalyzes a “revolution” in an ugly world where individuals compete to find food and survive. This film suggests that revolution, no matter how small or seemingly ordinary, can be the solution to a state of chaos.
Almog Avidan Antonir was born in Israel and moved to the United States at the age of 9. He began making short “movies” in middle school with his close friends, and soon fell in love with the process. After continuing to make films throughout high school, he came to study Film Production at Chapman University, where he considers himself lucky to work with other people passionate about this medium of storytelling. Almog now works toward becoming a director, and he would like to write and direct a feature in the near future.