Cargo (2013)

Cargo is a 2013 Australian short film directed by Ben Howling and Yolanda Ramke, written by Ramke, and starring Andy Rodoreda as a father who must protect his young daughter (Ruth Venn) during a zombie apocalypse. It was made for the Tropfest short film festival, where it was a finalist. The short film was a finalist in Tropfest Australia 2013 and has been seen over 600,000 times in less than one week.
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If you haven’t heard of it, Tropfest is the world’s largest short film festival. It began in Sydney, Australia, but has expanded into many more territories since its inception in 1993, the short film cargo One of the short films participating in itl, where it was a finalist. you can watch the short film Cargo. It’s just over seven minutes long, but manages to pack as much emotional punch as any movie. Cargo isn’t horrific, but it is suspenseful, well written,rich in emotionally jarring, and thought-provoking. As a fan of all things zombie, and creates an unusual story and a fresh perspective. In addition to an excellent central performance, it features beautiful photography and great use of music and a good use of music gives this a depth not normally found in this genre. The acting, concept, directing, script, special effects are all top notch. It's a great film a fantastic story, and no dialogue. Even though the movie is sad, it does offer the audience a nice feeling of hope. If you have seven minutes to spare, I would highly recommend you spend that time watching it.
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