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Boris and Igor

A Micro-Stopmotion comedy about a selfish desire for hot chips, proves Karma does in fact exist.


  • Linda Niksic Director Homeless Joe

  • Linda Niksic Writer Homeless Joe

  • LInda Niksic Producer Homeless Joe

  • Richard Boyle Puppet Maker Homeless Joe

  • Linda Niksic Animator Homeless Joe


  • Project Type: Animation, Short

  • Genres: Stopmotion, animation, comedy

  • Runtime: 52 seconds

  • Country of Origin: Australia

  • Country of Filming: Australia, Croatia

  • Language: English

  • Shooting Format: Digital

  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9

  • Film Color: Color

  • First-time Filmmaker: No

  • Student Project: No

Director Biography - Linda Niksic

Born and raised in Sydney (to immigrant parents), I am a Film & TV Professional, with a variety of expertise across the Entertainment Industry in Pre and Post Production. Since 2003, I have worked for Columbia Tristar, Sony Pictures Australia, EMI Music Australia, 20th Century Fox Australia, 20th Century Fox International Theatrical and Icon Films (which is owned by Mel Gibson). Personally, I love working on my own Stopmotion projects. From Set and Wardrobe creation, to giving the characters life through animating them. Stopmotion animation is as old as film itself. My goal is to bring to the screen the kind of detail and emotion I loved watching as a child. I split my time between my 2 dwellings, in Croatia and Australia. As the world is currently in Covid19 lockdown, I am producing fulltime in my Sydney studio on my next Stopmotion Projects.

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