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A Dream of Hawaii
In a world covered in plastic, Pete leads a nomadic life where he dreams of the pearly white beaches of Hawaii. Will his long journey bring him to a place not covered in plastic waste?
A tale about plastic pollution stretched to the extreme and human hope for survival in a desperate situation.
Thomas Smoor Isaksen is a filmmaker from Aalesund, Norway. He attended film school in Bergen and finished his Bachelor of Creative Arts at Deakin University in Melbourne. He is currently working as a freelancer on movie- and tv-productions and is trying to establish himself as a writer and director.
The short film “A Dream of Hawaii” is presented now as his directorial debut, a cautionary tale about the overuse of plastic.
Thomas´s primary career goal is to evolve the short film idea and create a feature set in the same universe for children.