“If you stop to think about it, you'll have to admit that all the stories in the world consist
essentially of twenty-six letters.”
-Michael Ende, The Neverending Story.
A to Z is a surreal animated alphabet that contains all the stories ever told. Each letter represents a step of the hero's journey theorized by Joseph Campbell. The letters suggest an idea through their interaction with objects, their movements, the transitions from one to the other, and also through their perceived meaning, both as a letter of the alphabet and the meaning associated to their shape. It’s a journey into the subconscious and a reflection about stories themselves and the threads that connect them.

BY  Sara Buccellato (UK)

Sara is a 2D animator, illustrator and concept designer. Her work is heavily inspired by psychology, symbolism, surreal art and cinema. She graduated in classical studies and then studied comic-book design. She self-published comics and worked as a freelancer artist and graphic designer, creating book covers, logos, illustrations and CD covers, including the cover for Lostileostile, an album of the Italian band “Marta sui Tubi”. In 2019 she did an internship with the animation studio SentioSpace in London. When she’s not drawing, she usually spends time watching cat videos, collects weird objects that she finds in charity shops and reads about philosophy, ancient myths and spirituality.