Competition

ShortStudentGreekExperimental


Experimental 3


Friday 15/03/2019 22:15 - 23:15
Serafeio, City of Athens
Total Duration: 01:24:26

  1. Mirrors and the Message 05:55
  2. Switzerland 2018
    Directed by: Marie Lavis
    Animation: Marie Lavis
    Technique: Stop motion, traditional, ink on paper
    Music: Shai Maestro
    Production/School: HEAD-Geneva
    Dialogue language: None
    Subtitles language: None

    An animation created for Mirrors and the Message, two complementary paino compositions created by Shai Maestro and his musicians. They both were improvised musical moments, full of freedom and emotions. I worked in that same state of mind, letting improvisation, the unknown and freedom guide me. This work, both musical and visual is about celebrating, expressing and embracing Life, with its imperfections and wonders.



  3. The Dachshund in a Picture Frame / ТAK$A 09:55
  4. Russia 2018
    Directed by: Tatiana Skorlupkina
    Screenplay: Tatiana Skorlupkina
    Animation: Tatiana Skorlupkina
    Technique: Mix media (2D, oil - canvas, drawing on frame, other)
    Music: Tatiana Skorlupkina
    Production/School: LLC Trendvind, Art Studio "Fedor Sever"
    Dialogue language: no dialogs
    Subtitles language: no dialogs

    logline: Sometimes greed can lead to the loss of a magical gift Main idea: One of the most difficult tasks for artist is to find a balance between creativity and money (wealth) sinopsis: An artist, is blessed with a magical gift – she can bring paintings to life with the mere touch of her brush. Unfortunately for her, as often happens, this unique ability goes to her head. One day, having accepted money for a future piece, and greedily revelling in her new-found wealth, she touches the banknotes with her brush. The money springs to life, but the paintings fall silent, however hard she tries to make them speak! It’s a punishment: the magical gift is gone, her talent is no more, and her brushes dance as if mocking her. With the commissioned piece ruined, she sits and sobs in despair. Then she hears a whisper: “There’s a chance – give it back, give it back, maybe if you give the money back, your gift will return!



  5. The future that we lost / 丟失的未来 08:09
  6. China 2018
    Directed by: Gao Wenqian
    Screenplay: Gao Wenqian
    Animation: Gao Wenqian
    Technique: 2D, Ink on Paper
    Music: Jiao Yusi/Li yilong
    Production/School: Xue Bing
    Dialogue language: No language
    Subtitles language: No language

    Just as humans today imagine the world a century in the future, ancient humans also envisioned themselves in future scenarios where we are now today. There is no way for us to know whether the visions of the future can be realized, but we can predict it by referring to the discrepancy between past imagination by ancient people and the realities of today which were used to be future for them.I reviewed different versions about 21st century by ancient people in a differing centuries from the following points:architecture, technology, urban design and lifestyle.I constructed a parallel world according to what the ancient people have failed to accomplish and abandoned designs.

  7. Duerrenwaid 8 / Dürrenwaid 8 07:00
  8. Germany 2018
    Directed by: Kirsten Carina Geißer, Ines Christine Geißer


  9. Saba 03:48
  10. France 2018
    Directed by: Marie Larrivé and Lucas Malbrun
    Screenplay: Lucas Malbrun, Marie Larrivé
    Animation: Lucas Malbrun, Marie Larrivé, Morgane le Pechon, Jean-Baptiste Peltier, Marion Auvin, Rosalie Loncin, Ambre Decruyenaere
    Music: Samantha & Sabrina
    Production/School: Eddy Production

    A strange multicolored cloud born from a melting ice-cap appears in a small sea-side town. At first intrigued, the inhabitants are soon enraptured by the supernatural powers of the cloud. And with good reason. The rain transforms its surroundings in unexpected ways. But the effects of the cloud may not be as benign as at first appears. Humanity takes up arms.



  11. (Abstract nr.2 ) Shellshock 01:41
  12. Netherlands 2018
    Directed by: Jeroen ter Welle
    Screenplay: J. Ter Welle
    Animation: J. Ter Welle
    Technique: 2D photo's
    Music: none
    Dialogue language: none
    Subtitles language: none

    An abstract or very free interpretation of the word ‘ Shellshock ‘ inspired by the fact that the English word ‘ Shell ‘ has multiple meanings. It can be a shell found on a beach but also a shell we use in a war. In this video I have used shells that I did found on a beach and sound to make something intense and disturbing like an explosion. After all it is an explosion that causes the human trauma that is known as ‘shellshock ‘. And it ends just as abruptly as it did start. The second work in a series of three that mainly deal with the materials with which they were made.



  13. (Abstract nr. 3 ) Leaf / (Abstrakt nr. 3 ) Leaf 02:54
  14. Netherlands 2019
    Directed by: Jeroen ter Welle
    Screenplay: J. ter Welle
    Animation: J. ter Welle
    Technique: mixed media
    Music: none
    Dialogue language: none
    Subtitles language: none

    The last in a series of three short experimental films that mainly deal with the materials with which they were made. In this one I used the dead leafs of trees that somehow, in a not so rational way try to mutate back in to the form of a tree. Every single image was originally a dead leaf (or made with dead leafs). The sound is a soundscape of non- natural sounds, in contrast to the images that origin from nature.



  15. Intermediate landscapes / Paysages intermédiaires 09:30
  16. France 2018
    Directed by: Richard Negre
    Screenplay: Richard Negre
    Animation: Richard Negre
    Technique: paper cut-outs
    Music: David Le Bouhellec
    Production/School: aaa production
    Dialogue language: no
    Subtitles language: english

    A choreographic negotiation between abstraction and figuration.

  17. Congratulations! 01:00
  18. 2018
    Directed by: Lidia Lidia


  19. The Land of the 3-Drink Minimum 04:22
  20. USA 2018
    Directed by: Jeremy Speed Schwartz


  21. Bloodie Writes an Anthem / Xu 03:41
  22. USA 2018
    Directed by: Rebecca Ruige Xu
    Animation: Rebecca Ruige Xu, Sean Hongsheng Zhai
    Technique: Programming generated animation
    Production/School: http://rebeccaxu.com

    Processing generated animation aims to produce an emotive, richly-textured representation of a poem about a young women’s moment of self-discovery. Combining abstract pattern, text, ASMR sound and vocal music, it offers an audiovisual experience that provokes emotions via a unity of sensation, allowing the appreciation of poetry beyond its literature domain.

  23. BOOKANIMA: Dance 07:31
  24. USA 2018
    Directed by: Shon Kim


  25. Maniac Landscapes 07:30
  26. USA 2018
    Directed by: Matthew Wade
    Screenplay: Matthew Wade
    Production/School: Matthew Wade, Sara Lynch

    Flowers come alive in a house of death.



  27. What is always there 04:03
  28. Not Specified 2017
    Directed by: Cecilia Sweet-Coll

    A visual music offering for those unmoored, displaced, and lost



  29. Venus in Aquarius. Chapter II: Ana / Venus en Acuario. Capítulo II: Ana 07:27
  30. Colombia 2018
    Directed by: David Silva
    Screenplay: David Silva
    Animation: David Silva, Anderson Gonzalez, Carolyne Barco, Alejandra Peñaloza, Cesar Paredes, Jonathan Panqueva
    Technique: Rotoscope
    Music: Kevin Ariza
    Production/School: Laura Castillo
    Dialogue language: Spanish
    Subtitles language: English

    Ana dances in her erotic universe, in spaces that manifest themselves from her own memories and sensations. This short film is based on the intimate experience of a woman whose sexuality is disputed between the pleasure and the anguish she experiences due to the impossibility of having an orgasm. Ana is movement, sound, matter and space. Her body goes through different states that represent the cyclic stages of a process of contact, sexual arousal and failure at the peak of pleasure. Ana seeks in her privacy a way of feeling herself, of establishing a relationship with her body, her past and her desires.


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