Invisible Mountains

A young artist (Shane Callahan) struggles to hold true to his principles against the temptations of commercialism in this evocative and cerebral story. Paul, an art school dropout turned dishwasher, is commissioned by an art broker for his work, but the artist's fears slow his progress. The film weaves a linear story of artistic freedom with spectacular animated sequences that propel the story toward an unlikely outcome.

Invisible Mountains was awarded Best Feature at the 2003 DV Film Fest, and the dvd is available for rental on