Written, Designed & Directed: Anna Katalin Lovrity
Sent Away by Rosa Fisher
"Boarding schools can rip children out of their secure, loving homes and deposit them into a cold, unloving institution. ‘Sent Away’ looks at the psychological implications that this can have on children and in particular the effect it had on my father, Tom.
The film explores themes of masculinity, and also speculates how the cultural practice of sending children to boarding school has politically shaped the UK.
Directed by - Rosa Fisher
Musical score - Martino Gasparrini
Sound mix - Martino Gasparrini
Live Action - Martino Gasparrini
Voice over - Tom Fisher
Horn Playing - Tom Fisher
Colouring Assistance - Laura Carter, Jill Gibbon"
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?"
Les lèvres gercées by Fabien Corre, Kelsi Phung
Animation Short Film 2018 - Gobelins
"In a kitchen, a mother and a child struggle to establish dialogue. "
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."
BARTLEBY by Laura Naylor & Kristen Kee
"An unassuming Wall Street lawyer finds himself beset by a new employee, Bartleby, who refuses to work--in an ongoing act of passive refusal, he simply 'prefers not to.' A quiet, dogged battle of the wills ensues in this stop-motion reimagining of a Melville classic."
Prayers for Peace by Dustin Grelly
Ah! Sunflower by Chen Winner
Sound design: Ariel Armoni
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