Pique-nique au bord du chemin by Nina-Lou Giachetti
"Pique-nique au bord du chemin" (Roadside Picnic)
Direction: Benjamin Geffroy, Nina-Lou Giachetti
Music: Uèle Lamore
MAN ON THE CHAIR by Jeong Dahee
“Man on the chair” is tormented and constantly doubts his very own existence. It is just merely a picture that I created... Perhaps could I be also an image crafted by others?
Genius Loci by Kazak Productions
"One night, Reine, a young loner, sees within the urban chaos a mystical oneness that seems alive, like some sort of guide."
2D paper animation.
Nothing is Original by Alberto Sáenz Gómez Tello
"Nothing is Original" is an extract of the article "Things I’ve Learned: Jim Jarmusch"
Written by Jim Jarmusch.
Direction, Art & Animation by Alberto Sáenz Gómez Tello.
Additional Art by Giovana Hernández Constantino.
poligonic.com / gomeztello.com
Sea You by Ben Brand
"Would you feel it? Would you know it? Travel back in time and sea for yourself...
When my girlfriend told me the story of her family spreading her deceased grandmothers ash over the sea (like a lot of people around the world do) i started wondering what actually happens to all that ash ..."
A film painted directly on 50 vinyl records, shot using different speeds of an old Viking gramophone.
Music: Kottarashky&The Rain Dogs
Producing label: Asphalt Tango, Berlin
In Her Boots by Kathrin Steinbacher
"A bizarre hike through unstable terrain, which visualizes how it feels to be in Hedi’s shoes."
Any Instant Whatever by Michelle Brand
"A man in a room, in a film – it is the becoming of something and simultaneously becoming in itself. Nothing is as solid as we believe.
The film explores our perception of time, bodies and objects, and our inability to comprehend the full motion of things."
Director, Animator & Sound Design: Michelle Brand
Sound Mix and Additional Sound Design: Ed Rousseau
Colouring Assistants: Jiaqi Wang, Leo Metcalf, Agata Leniartek, Paige Anderson, Jordan Brunton, Megan Earls, Liang-Hsin Huang
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