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Synopsis When Snicket, a shy raccoon, is befriended by Cornbread, an enthusiastic possum, the two come to understand each other better as friendship grows and the seasons change.

Director Biography - Elizabeth Tillery

Liz Tillery is an Atlanta-based artist and storyteller who recently graduated with a BFA in Digital Animation from Kennesaw State University. She is excited to make her creative debut with her short animated student film, "Seasons". Her main career goal is to one day be the showrunner of her own animated series.

Director Statement

My goal with creating this film was to tell a simple story of friendship that anyone can relate to. Not everyone is meant to stay in our lives forever, but it is often the impermanence of those relationships that helps to shape who we are as people.

Our Review

The theme of friendship has always been an interesting subject in the world of cinema. It's a popular and timeless concept that never seems to lose its charm. This particular film serves as proof of this. It's a small yet heartfelt production that beautifully captures the innocence, honesty, and pure joy of friendship between a shy Raccoon and an enthusiastic Possum. The animation is exceptional, with vibrant colors that are visually stunning. The transition between seasons is seamlessly done, with beautiful sketches that capture each change. Every scene in the film is a gem that leaves a lasting impression on the viewer's mind. It's a testament to the hard work and dedication of everyone involved in bringing this film to life. Hats off to them!


  • Elizabeth Tillery Director

  • Elizabeth Tillery Writer

  • Elizabeth Tillery Lead Artist

  • Nick J Higham Composer

  • Anna Valdez Additional Colorist

  • Brooke Tapp Additional Colorist


  • Project Type: Animation, Short, Student

  • Genres: Slice of Life, Fantasy, Animation

  • Runtime: 6 minutes

  • Completion Date: September 20, 2022

  • Production Budget: 225 USD

  • Country of Origin: United States

  • Language: English

  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9

  • Film Color: Color

  • First-time Filmmaker: Yes

  • Student Project: Yes - Kennesaw State University

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