the untold & unseen by Lam Ho Tak
"We work only for eating. We eat only for working. Just like a soulless machine.
Ultimately, are we actually fighting for a better life or fighting for survival in this world?"
Le temps de l’arbre (The hours of tree) by Jeong Dahee
Animation / 2012 / 8min 20sec / Color / 2D painting, Live action / 1.77:1 / No dialogue / Stereo
"I imagined that floating without a sticking place humans want to root like trees, while trees stretch their branches and wave their leaves longing for freedom. As trees undergo a change of hours and seasons
in one place, this film is a form of observing the change by a camera in one place.
Director l Jeong Dahee
Production l École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs
Music l Cali Fabien
Sound l Pointillart Valentin, Jeong Dahee, Kim Donghwan
Cast l Kim Sukjung"
오목어 Noodle Fish ㅣ AniSEED
Director : KIM Jinman
"The tadpoles disappear and the Noodle Fish begins his journey toward the world outside the water."
A Fly in The Restaurant 寒露 (2018)
by Xi Chen
"In a restaurant in China, waiters try to swat flies while a number of diners eat their food."
I Have a Message for You
by Matan Rochlitz
Animation May Kindred Boothby
Music by Leonardo Milani
"On April 4th 1943, a young woman finds herself on a train.
A decision she makes that day saves her life, but leaves a huge burden on her conscience.
Until, 20 years later, she meets a stranger, with a message for her."
Danced by Anna Engerström and Santeena Reid.
Director, Choreographer and editor: Anna Engerström.
Filmed by Ben Marshall.
Just Dance: Able - NOWNESS
Luca "Lazyleg" Patuelli
Jacob "Kujo" Lyons
Redouan "Redo" Ait Chitt
Sergio David "Checho" Miranda Carvajal
Samuel Henrique "Samuka" Da Silveira Lima
Director: Jacob Jonas
Producer: Jill Wilson
Photographer: Jed Alan, Jacob Jonas
Music: Chad Lawson
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