Sunday Short Theatre – The Stained Club

This week’s Sunday Short Theatre hopefully deliver you an emotional punch. The Stained Club should be uplifting watch too in an animation that celebrate the imagination we have in childhood. Created by a group of student’s from French animation school Supinfocom Rubika highlighting the vulnerability we have at that age.

The short 6 minute film is the graduation project of six students Melanie Lopez, Simon Boucly, Marie Ciesielski, Alice Jaunet, Chan Stéphie Peang and Beatrice Viguier.

Trauma we sometimes is something that affects all ages, forgetting Children get it too. Probably ignorance thinks never get affected, how wrong. The aim of this short is awareness especially the psychological pain that could come from their parents.

The Stained Club is all about a group of kids who all have different stains on their bodies. They understand those stains aren’t just pretty. ..


Finn has stains on his body. One day he meets a group of cool kids with different stains on their bodies and understands that these stains aren’t just pretty.

“The Stained Club” is the multi award-winning graduation animation from students at the renowned French animation school Supinfocom Rubika. Dealing with the effects of abuse both physical and emotional, it is both a stirring tribute to childhood, and a warning to not overlook the inherent vulnerability of kids.

source: Short Film Of The Week

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