|Student||Panorama of Short Animated Movies|
Experimental - Programme 4 (46')Experimental
Romantso (Anaxagora 3-5, Omonoia)
Tuesday 12th April, 2016, 21:15-22:00 / Wednesday 13th April, 2016, 21:15-22:00
01. DIED 100 TIMES, 12’ 52”
USA / Lithuania 2015
Directed by Ruah Edelstein
Screenplay: Ruah Edelstein
Animation: Ruah Edelstein
Technique: Painted, Drawn, 1920s Photography
Music: Laurent Ziliani
An intuitive contemplation on how we die many times during our life and through that become more alive.
02. INTO THE OVOID: AN OVELLA, 18’ 09”
Directed by Tina Brand
Screenplay: Tina Brand
Animation: Tina Brand
Music: Christa Rakich (keyboards), Aristides Rivas (cello)
Technique: Stop-Motion Animation, Time-Lapse Video, Additional still, Video image captures to create objects in computer 3D animation.
Production: Tina Brand
A plain white egg encounters numerous beautiful and fragile, decorated eggs. The decorated eggs are Pysanky. They can dance and tumble in space, while the plain egg can only dream of such feats. After sliding and rolling through this fantastical world of dancing Pysanky, the plain egg risks becoming a decorated egg, too, and can finally lift off into the ovoid.
03. SPARROW DUET, 3’ 54’’
Directed by Steve Socki
Animation: Steve Socki
Technique: 2D Computer (Flash)
Music: Gary Chang
Production: Steve Socki
A series of animated abstract shapes and textures dance together in patterns, suggesting hopping and flying action of birds.
04. CELL’S AMUSEMENT PARK, 4’ 18’’
Directed by Li Ang (Li On in the film) & Cai Caibei
Screenplay: Cai Caibei & Li On
Animation: Cai Caibei & Li On
Technique: Computer Animation, PS, AE, EDIUS
Music: Luo Ke Ju
Production:Cai Caibei & Li On
A football match pulled out of being the air.
05. IMAGINING TIME, 1' 56"
Directed by Jelena Sinik
Screenplay: Jelena Sinik
Animation: Jelena Sinik
Technique: 2D Frame by Frame, Computer Animation
Music: Jelena Sinik
Production: Jelena Sinik
Dialogues: Alex Rabey
Adapted from the poem 'The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock' by T. S. Eliot, Imagining Time is designed in a split-screen format. The animation combines notions of the disruption of the everyday; magical realism and surrealism with the themes of isolation, introversion and passivity from the poem.
06. AN ECSTACTIC EXPERIENCE, 6’ 11’’
Directed by Ja’Tovia Gary
Animation: Ja’Tovia Gary
Technique: Hand drawn animation/ Direct Animation
An invocation and a meditation on transcendence as a means of restoration and resistance.