Gustavo Santaolalla (Brokeback Mountain, BabelThe Motorcycle DiariesThe Book of Life) has teamed up with Juan Luqui (MonsterlandWild Life, Dear Child, The Fight) to score the upcoming animated short Three Hares. The film is directed by Paloma Baeza (Poles Apart), narrated by Jessie Buckley and tells a story of three sisters who must remind mankind to respect the earth to protect their future. Baeza also wrote the screenplay based on an original story by Hanya Yanagihara. Amy Nauiokas (Can You Ever Forgive Me?, Ten Thousand Saints) and Rebecca Choi are producing the project with for Archer Bay, alongside Ruth Fielding & Camilla Deakin (Ethel & Ernest, Kensuke’s Kingdom) and Vanessa Wheeler for Lupus Films, as well as FoundRae founder Beth Hutchens. Santaolalla has previously collaborated with Baeza on a segment of the Netflix animated special The House. No premiere date has been announced yet for Three Hares.

Santaolalla is also expected to return to co-score the second season of HBO’s The Last of Us.