Total Duration: 01:48:53
- MATE 04:24United States of America 2019
- Victory 07:38United Kingdom 2019
- Time o´ the Signs 08:36Austria 2019
- Urban Sphinx / Esfinge urbana 04:53Spain 2020
- Arrival of Your Life / あなたの人生の到着 06:46Japan 2018
- Transparent, the world is. 07:18Japan 2019
- Lickalike 08:00Germany 2019
- O Hunter Heart 07:07United Kingdom 2018
- Uriel 05:42United States of America 2018
- The Flying Fish 21:22Turkey 2019
- The Gods Of Tiny Things 05:22Australia 2019
- Candy Shop 02:10United States of America 2019
- Worms 'n Holes: A film not about science 01:00United States 2019
- Punto Agitato 11:17France 2019
- Jealousy 07:18United States 2020
Directed by: Chaerin Im
Directed by: Valentina Ferrandes
Screenplay: Valentina Ferrandes
Technique: Procedural Animation
"Victory" is a computational exploration of the Hellenistic sculpture "Nike of Samothrace". The classical masterpiece is decomposed and reconstructed using an algorithmic 3D model analysis. The extrusions are generated by a custom software patch. The 3D polygonal structure is analysed and re-meshed according to various parameters. Motion is never entirely predictable. Through a process of dynamic deconstruction and the shifting lens of digital technology, Victory offers a new experience of an iconic masterpiece.
Directed by: Reinhold Bidner
Screenplay: Reinhold Bidner
Animation: Reinhold Bidner
Technique: Mixed Media, 2D Computer Animation, 3D Computer Animation, Hand Drawn Animation, Rotoscope, Stop Motion
Music: Bidner Reinhold & Wobblersound Vienna
Production/School: gold extra
Dialogue language: english
Subtitles language: english
"Time o´ the Signs" is an experimental - narrative but also documentary - animation about digital time thieves of our time, media stupidities and ongoing daily routines. This work wants to question: how do we (not) want to live in a future society? Better, faster, more efficient, your faceless shadow in the cloud. Your clock: tick tock, Your stats? They drop... The system knows you, better than you do. So you post as a ghost, you stream your dream and you augment life´s content. Say “Buy Buy” to happiness! A.S.A.P.! C.W.O.T... Machine life balance, apple every day, so smart! Designed for the deadline, you resigned from your life, fin(e)? In your safe home, immersed in your comfort zone: Time´s up-load? Life filed? All under Control? Or just "Ctrl - alt – delete"?...
Directed by: Maria Lorenzo
Screenplay: María Lorenzo
Animation: María Lorenzo, Marta Gil
Technique: Street Art and photography
Music: Gabriel de Paco
Production/School: Enrique Millán
URBAN SPHINX is an animated short film that creatively documents the presence of street art at various neighbourhoods of Valencia, Spain, between 2018 y 2019. In URBAN SPHINX are animated these pieces of ephemeral art, connecting each image in continuity like the frames of a film. All these faces look at us with widely opened eyes, as if they tell us that we exist, but we might not exist —and the world would go on.
Directed by: Kenta Nomura
Animation: Kenta Nomura
Technique: Single-Frame Shooting, Rotoscoping
Subtitles language: English
This work is 'digital direct animation' made by overlaying digitized 8mm films and scratching them by Photoshop. Using my diary film taken from January 2016 to August 2017 as a material, the video taken with my iPhone at 12:25 June 29, 2017 appears.
Directed by: Yuri Muraoka
Screenplay: Yuri Muraoka
Animation: Yuri Muraoka
Music: Mendelssohn / Elias, Op.70 ( Cond.by W.Sawallisch / Rec. in 1968 )
Production/School: Nonoho Suzuki
Dialogue language: No dialogue
The portrait of me and my daughters which depicts the relationship between “the personality” and “the world / the society” as of 2018. This is the story about an intense dichotomy inside / outside of me. It goes back and forth between “the personality” and “the world / the society”, my daughters become social / universal existences from personal existences. The definition of “red” extends to “life” and appears as a powerless and religious Daruma doll which loses its arms and legs. “White” and “black” rise above a simple dichotomy and start to possess the concept of “gray”. And the world which is made of a mix of various colors becomes “transparent”. If you keep sticking to “the personality”, it changes to “the world”. This is my destination throughout my creative activities and shows what the world is.
Directed by: Rebecca Blöcher
Screenplay: Rebecca Blöcher
Animation: Rebecca Blöcher, Phil Maron
Technique: 2D, mixed-media
Music: Eva Reiter
Production/School: Fabian Driehorst
Dialogue language: no
Subtitles language: no
If man divides invisible, time-grown connections in nature, this has uncontrollable consequences. The collapse leads to a reorganization.
Directed by: Carla MacKinnon
Nature and domesticity collide in a dark take of love and loss
Directed by: Jing Wang, harvey goldman
Animation: harvey goldman
Technique: 3d/2d digital
Music: Jing Wang
Production/School: harvey goldman, Jing Wang
Uriel, prophet of poetry, prince of presence, archangel of the sun, propounds a new troublous truth and suffers the slings and arrows of the celestial Czars.The tumultuous times are upon us. Oh, Nicolaus Copernicus, transcendental historian of heliocentric geometry, forgive us, absolve us, evolve us, if you can. The “visual music” collaborations of Jing Wang and Harvey Goldman attempt to produce a synesthesia like experience. The audience is encouraged to “see” the music and “hear” the visuals. The imagery and audio components are constructed without hierarchy, a true melding of sound and image.
Directed by: MURAT SAYGINER
Screenplay: MURAT SAYGINER
Animation: MURAT SAYGINER
Music: MURAT SAYGINER / JOCHEN MADER / ONUR TARCIN
Production/School: MURAT SAYGINER
Dialogue language: English
Subtitles language: English
The journey of a flying fish marks the beginning of the transition to a new era.
Directed by: DEBORAH KELLY
Animation: Melody Li
Technique: Paper collage animated in Aftereffects
Music: Lex Lindsay and Justin Ashworth
Dialogue language: none
Subtitles language: none
The Gods of Tiny Things is a collaborative collage animation work emerging from a commission for Bundanon's Siteworks Festival. Produced through a residential workshop at the Riversdale Education Centre, the imagery, musical composition and soundscape design were devised to reflect upon the imperilled lives on a climate-changing planet. The Gods of Tiny Things speculates upon parthenogenetic, queer insurrection.
Directed by: Patrick Smith
Animation: Patrick Smith
Dialogue language: English
There are 11,926 pharmaceutical drugs available worldwide, this film shows 2863 of them. Pills and capsules are choreographed into a cacophony of shape, color and size, resulting in a satirical commentary about our cultural, recreational, and economic dependency on pharmaceutical drugs.
Directed by: Jeremy Speed Schwartz
This film is not about Einstein-Rosen bridges, annelid behavior or geological formations. Any connections drawn between this work and metaphysical concepts of cyclical time are not the fault of the animator. Furthermore, the animator takes no responsibility for your epiphanies regarding 10-dimensional matter interactions, the psychological underpinnings of trypophobia or methods of asexual reproduction via quantum entanglement. This film is about Worms 'n Holes.
Directed by: Celia Eid, Pierre-Stéphane Meugé
Production/School: Celia Eid
Dialogue language: no language
Subtitles language: no subtitles
Punto Agitato unfolds in a moving world where there is no definite space nor precise time. A continual energy pervades Punto Agitato throughout in a flutter of hesitant ambiguous and feverish gestures. Out of abstract images a narrative is born, which the spectator will interpret according to his own experience and sensibility.
Directed by: Kimberly Burleigh
Jealousy is an experimental 3D animation. It features an elemental digital construction of the plantation house meticulously described in the seminal 1957 novel La Jalousie by French writer Robbe-Grillet. No characters are depicted in the animation – just as the novel emphasizes settings and objects over characters/dialogue. The compulsively observed settings and objects reveal the obsessive mindset of the main character, a jealous husband who suspects his wife of having an affair. The soundtrack features sounds described in the novel; nocturnal animal cries, insects whirring, etc. The animation expands on the novel by making settings and objects dynamic; furniture self-constructs, objects move, and lights shift.