Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

Fisheye

Set in the early 1950s, FISHEYE is inspired by the classic suspense thrillers of Alfred Hitchcock with an animated twist.

The story is about the line between obsession and madness as an oddball writer is compelled to note down everything his neighbours do, no matter what.

Written, Directed & Animated by Dane Winn • Sound: Matthew Footitt • Music: Andrew Cottee.

Fall

A falling man finds peace in his fate as a he learns to let go of emotion, sensation and his physical body. His impact on the city and people below is felt if only for a brief moment.

A film by Ollie Magee.

Mary & Marsha In The Manor Of Madness

Sinister secrets await as Mary helps her girlfriend Marsha escape from her parent’s gothic mansion one dark and eldritch night.

This hand drawn and digitally animated ‘one shot’ film takes us on a Lovecraftian escapade through the Manor of Madness.

Drawn & animated by Kris Theorin • Written by Kurtis Theorin • Music by Nick Angeloni.

Däwit

A wood cut animation short film about a wolf child, an angel and a cat.

Director: David Jansen • Producer: Fabian Driehorst.

Animation, Script: David Jansen, Sophie Biesenbach • Sound Music: Marcus Zilz.

Divisional Articulations

Repetition and distortion drive this audiovisual collaboration between composer Lux Prima and visual artist Max Hattler, where fuzzy analogue music and geometric digital animation collide in an electronic feedback loop, spawning arrays of divisional articulations in time and space.

Director: Max Hattler • Music: Lux Prima.

Hills Beyond A River

Director of Animation: Miaojing • Music: CHINA-瓷 by Mickey Zhang & WHAI.

Déserteur

Directed by Mathilde Dourdy.

The Chosen Generation

An invite to hop on a bus and skip town is broadcasted to a number of youngsters living in an abandoned city. The teens, however, are hugely occupied by their love of technology and Internet habits and have been living deep in solitary with their own gadgets.

With only a little time, the teens had to struggle against their ever-growing tech-addiction in responding to the call before the departure.

Written, directed & animated by Ariel Victor.

Jazz Orgie

Dots, Lines, Planes and Forms set themselves in motion and get drown into their own choreographic world. Within the ecstasy of touch they engage with Jazz Tones into a play of colours and forms which results in a total explosion.

Directed & Animated by Irina Rubina • Music: Emanuel Hauptmann • Performed by Blofish.

Fiente

Directed & animated by Jonathan Djob Nkondo • Music & Sound design: Thomas Williams.

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