BIG COMPANY

ANIMATION SERIES
26 x 26 mins
IN DEVELOPMENT
When polar-opposite step-sisters at massive tech monopoly discover the CEO plans to abandon Earth for a billionaires only space colony, they must learn to put aside their differences and save the decaying world.
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THE TEAM

Jordan Bruner

Director, Screenwriter
Jordan Bruner is a Brooklyn based director and artist. Her animated short films and music videos have shown in festivals around the world, and have received international attention for their charm, whimsy and strong sense of voice.

Ellen Waddell

Screenwriter
Ellen Waddell is an up-and-coming comedy and drama writer. She is never more confortable than when she writes absurd scenes involving broken characters. Ellen is part of the BFI NETWORK x BAFTA Crew 2021.

James Hagger

Producer
James Hagger is the founder and producer of ELIOTNESS. In the last 14 years James has produced over a hundred live action and animated films, from fictions to documentaries, to short films and commercials.

Robin Noël

Producer
Robin began his career in feature films alongside Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache for the company Quad Films, assisting them on internationally acclaimed films. He joined ELIOTNESS in 2020, sharing founder James Hagger's ambition to develop and carry ambitious long format projects, blurring the imposed boundaries of genre and technique.
INFORMATION
Catégorie: ANIMATION SERIES
Format: 26 x 26 mins
Status: IN DEVELOPMENT
Synopsis :

When out of work performance artist and lazy anti-capitalist Valerie starts her new job at Big Company, she feels like an out of place sell out. Unlike her step-sister, Patti, a Type-A robotics engineer who also works for the tech giant. She’s obsessed with her job and dreams of one day being noticed by the Big Company founder, Bryan Bygge. Like most siblings, the step-sisters frequently clash, but their polar opposite natures make them extra judgemental of each other’s lifestyle choices (and ignorant to their own glaring flaws). Patti’s desire for perfection has left her devoid of anything resembling a life, and Valerie’s fear of responsibility means she exists in a state of permanent arrested development.But when the step-sisters discover that Bryan plans to leave a near- apocalyptic Earth for a planet he’s been constructing for himself and a hand-selected group of billionaires, they are forced to put their petty differences aside and work as a dysfunctional team in order to stop him.