Mediterranea by Alix Bortoli
In a Nutshell
by YK Animation
"From a seed to war, from meat to love, from indifference to apocalypse. An attempt to capture the world in a nutshell."
DESH 3 min excerpt by Akram Khan Company
"DESH is a new full-length contemporary solo and the most personal work to date from celebrated choreographer and performer, Akram Khan. DESH meaning 'homeland' in Bengali, draws multiple tales of land, nation, resistance and convergence into the body and voice of one man trying to find his balance in an unstable world.
Moving between Britain and Bangladesh, Khan weaves threads of memory, experience and myth into a surreal world of surprising connection. At once intimate and epic, DESH explores fragility in the face of natural forces, and celebrates the resilience of the human spirit in the rhythms of labour, in dream and story, and in transformation and survival."
Miramare by Michaela Müller
"A look at life on the Mediterranean borders of Europe, where tourists try to relax while immigrants struggle to get a chance for a better life."
Animated Short by Michaela Müller
Technique: Paint on Glass
Sound Design: Fa Ventilato, Michaela Müller
Music: Fa Ventilato
by Borbála Tompa
"... We follow the story of five immigrants in Budapest, two of whom still lives here as refugees...."
John the Hairy Frog Ep.1 (2017)
by Luiz Stockler
Journey Birds –
an animated documentary by Daphna Awadish.
"Personal stories fuse together as man and bird in a cinematic commentary on immigration."
Music: Ady Cohen
Sound design: Erez Eyni
Graphic design: Danielle Peleg
Bon Voyage by Fabio Friedli
Script & Director: Fabio Friedli
Animation: Nils Hedinger, Martin Waespe, Fabio Friedli
Starring: Linford Boateng, Nik Rechsteiner
DOP & Light: Janosch Abel
Sounddesign & Mix: Thomas Gassmann
Foley: Dieter Hebben
Production: Gerd Gockel, HSLU Design & Kunst, Animation
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