Nathan Jurevicius Adapts ‘Junction’ in New Animated Film

by Andy SmithPosted on

Nathan Jurevicius, a Canadian/Australian artist and director, has turned his graphic novel “Junction” into an animated film. The artist works with 3D production studio OKTA to adapt the book, which was originally released by Koyama Press. Jurevicius is previously known for the brand Scarygirl, his fictional world that has spawned graphic novels, a video game, and other animations.

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Junction Trailer from Nathan Jurevicius on Vimeo.


The synopsis for “Junction,” this new film: “For generations the Face Changers have made the clay tokens that alter the winds and faces of their kin. This month the youngest is tasked to take the ten thousand footsteps to the top of the east mountain and engulf the town in the winds of change.”

The film is currently screening at festivals across the world. This weekend, it appeared at St Kilda Film Festival in Australia, and this month, also heads to events in Portland, Cardiff, and Berlin.

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