A Caravan is trudging across a desert.It reaches a well, but the nell empty. The thirsty ones contunue and after a long journey, they finally come across an oasis. It is surrounded by a high walland the gate is closed...The last hope is a dancer in a red dress and her dancing.
Accompanied by African music – singing and drums – we can admire the film and dancing potential of seemingly immovable gothic architecture. For their humorous contribution to the series of urban symphonies, the authors have chosen the cold North.
You don’t see many entirely hand-drawn animated films any more. In Keep Going!, the author uses the dinginess of paper and manual work including all its tiny imperfections and even animates the numbering phase.
This clip is a beautiful merging of the typically highbrow sport of horse racing with the commonly misrepresented “mean streets” of Pacoima, the proud birthplace of Charles X. It challenges any stereotypes or preconceptions of race and social class which may exist in modern day society.
Milost Tomić made this ten-minute-film during his studies at the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. It tells the story of a young man who wakes up on the street one morning lying in a sewer and has no recollection of last night’s events.
This absurd puppet film is set in a doctor’s waiting room where various not very nice sides of human personalities come to light. Already when the first patient comes, it is clear that something’s not right.
The music video for Hateful was inspired by its lyrics. It author, who is, among other things, also a painter and a sculptor, specializes in hand-drawn animation. But in this music video, she also used computer animation.
Two characters’ stories are presented across a radio timeline on the AM and FM frequencies. Their lives are depicted from birth to death, together and apart. As time passes the dial moves freely from left to right and right to left across the timeline to different moments.