The Old Man and the Sea Animated

In 1999, Aleksandr Petrov won the Academy Award for Short Film (among other awards) for a film that follows the plot line of Ernest Hemingway’s classic novella, The Old Man and the Sea (1952). As noted here, Petrov’s technique involves painting pastels on glass, and he and his son painted a total of 29,000 images in total. Rather incredible. Below, we present the 20 minute short. You’ll find this film listed in our collection of Free Movies Online.


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  • http://ruraltidings.blogspot.com/ Betty

    What a beautiful video.

  • Mark

    Thanks so much. I’ve been looking for this for years and practically forgot about it.

  • Jason

    Hi there, what a great video and what a wonderful story. Well done to Hemingway and the Petrovs. Is it possible for me to download? I’d love to have copy of my own? Thank you.

  • Ravi Kumar

    Thank u very much.Thats a great video.I like it most.I have been looking for this for years and practically forgot about it.

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  • gina

    hi..thank you so much for the video!it could help me for my book report! thank you so much!

  • http://www.openculture.com/2008/10/the_old_man_and_the_sea_animated.html Jane Johann

    Wonderful! Amazing!
    Jane

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  • http://dshooker.com David S. Hooker

    There’s a higher quality version on youtube, found here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5ih1IRIRxI.

    Figured I’d share. :D

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