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The shore on which little ant lives is a narrow slip of ground all filled with trash embound by a wall from one side and a river from the other. Little ant tries to fit into the strict daily routine of the ant family, but finds it really hard for him.
The main character’s world changes greatly when he finds a small piece of paper – a ticket with the picture of Taj Mahal. Ant falls in love with the gorgeous architecture of this building. He understands that it exists somewhere, but it is very far away. So, having no idea of the actual size of the building, the ant decides to construct the same building on his own shore, and make it look exactly the same as the original.
Composers Marina Landa, Sergey Vasilyev
Sound design Igor Yakovel
Voice actors Anna Parandey, Jangir Suleymanov, Sergey Mardar
Musicians: Alexander Konanchuk - sitar Denis Kucherov – percussion
Musical theme "Jai Radha Madhav" performed by Deva Premal
Production manager Nadezhda Kuznetsova
Producers Anatoliy Prokhorov, Ilya Popov
Hiroshima 2012 (Japan), International jury special prize
Fantoche 2012 (Switzerland), Audience award.
Animage 2012 (Brazil), Prize for the best animation for children
Cinefest 2012 (Hungary), The best short animated film
Anilogue 2012 (Humgary), Jury Special Award by Bogdan Achimescu,
Anilogue 2012 (Hungary), Vienna Audience Award
Chinti was selected more than 50 international and Russian festivals in 2012, including:
Berlinale Generation 2012, Annecy 2012, Anima-Mundi 2012,Cinanima 2012