Cafe Babel by Dafna Ben-Ami & Michal Rabinovitch: In a world so full of words can we still communicate?
ELU KILUKARBIS -- PACKED LIKE SARDINES by Stella Salumaa.
"Sometimes life is like packed sardines - it is so narrow to be that you just can’t exist. You can try to escape from that situation or try to hide yourself. There is more air to breathe in your own mind world than in real world. This is how thinks the protagonist of this film, who hides himself into the mass of the other people, where no-one can see him and where it is possible for him to be in peace."
Animatsioon -- animation -- Stella Salumaa
Stsenaarium -- story -- Stella Salumaa
Kujundus -- disain -- Stella Salumaa
Muusika -- music -- Märt-Matis Lill
Heli -- sound -- Horret Kuus
Suur aitäh -- big thank you -- Priit and Olga Pärn
The Making of Longbird by Will Anderson.
Director: Will Anderson
Writer(s): Will Anderson, Ainslie Henderson, Vitalij Sicinava
Producer: Donald Holwill.
Cast: Will Anderson, Tobias Feltus, Vitalij Sicinava
Music: Composer: Atzi
Piano Solo: Derek Williams
Violin: Kate Miguda
Cello, extra strings: Atzi
Sound Design: Keith Duncan
Jons and the Spider.
Directed by Marie-Margaux Tsakiri-Scanatovits and Soyoung Hyun,
sound design by Tom Lowe; produced at the Royal College of Art, 2010
Extn.21 by Lizzie Oxby
Extn.21 is a short film about one man’s desire to be heard. The film uses an innovative blend of atmospheric stop-frame animation, live action performance (a live action head on a stop-frame puppet) and digital effects to create a dark world of uncertain reality (9 mins).
If you would like to see a 3-minute making of the film, it can be seen here: vimeo.com/lizzieoxby/extn21-the-making-of
Director: Lizzie Oxby
Production company: Finetake
Commission: Channel 4 Television
Paperthin Music Video by Hettie Griffiths and Rob Jarvis.
Music Video for Pete Lawrie.
Strange Wonderful by Stephanie Swart
"A tiny monster dreams through her school day.
film by Stephanie Swart /
music by Quiet American / quietamerican.org"
Sensory Overload (Interacting with Autism Project) by Miguel Jiron
"Some people with autism have difficulty processing intense, multiple sensory experiences at once. This animation gives the viewer a glimpse into sensory overload, and how often our sensory experiences intertwine in everyday life."