About Christine & Christopher Kezelos
Christopher and Christine Kezelos love telling stories. Whether that’s live-action video, animation, or books, they’re passionate about making emotional connections with their audience.
Their films have gone viral online, picked up 37 international film festival awards, and received Australian AFI and Academy Award nominations.
One of their films, Zero, has been viewed over 25 million times on YouTube and is used in schools to teach social justice issues. Due to the film’s success, Christopher and Christine wrote a follow-up graphic novel called Zero: The Beginning, which expands upon the film’s heartwarming themes.
Another of their films, The Maker, has been viewed over 14 million times on YouTube and inspired a diversity of fan art, including illustrations, paintings, cosplay, a cake, and even tattoos! Because the film has been so popular, Christopher and Christine expanded the world into a novel called The Magnum Opus, which won three awards and is rated five stars on Amazon.
Their latest project and winner of a B.R.A.G. Medallion is a book called The Sasquatch of Jackson Farm, an uplifting coming of age fantasy.
Christopher and Christine run a small entertainment and publishing house called Zealous Creative. Check out their films and books at zealouscreative.com.