Al Tudi Tuhak
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"Al Tudi Tuhak", meaning "a long time ago" in the Lushootseed language, was a short animated film made in 1999 based on the folk culture of the people of the Northwestern coast of the U.S. It won the student academy award in 2000, and was nominated for best short film at the 2000 "Annie" awards. The film was written, directed, and produced by Tod Polson at California Institute of the Arts. Other animation was provided by Ben Jones, and Mike Polvani. Ink and paint was supervised by Bernadette Gonzales, and used latex housepaint. The score and sound was created by William Benson, who researched tribal music in the northwest coast particularly for this project. The film was shot at Stokes/Kohne, and at Fil-Cartoons in the Philippines.
- also known as a long time ago
- country: United States of America
- producer: Tod Polson
- production design by Tod Polson
- written by Tod Polson
- starring: Maurice Noble
- cinematography by Tod Polson
- music by Bill Benson
- genre: Animation
- released in (16 years ago)
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