Competition 2

Monday 28/11/2016 19:00 - 19:50 - Animation Marathon 2016 Schedule
Total Duration: 00:49:57

  1. Poochini 03:40
  2. USA 2016
    Directed by: Max Colson
    Screenplay: Max Colson
    Animation: Max Colson
    Technique: 2D computer
    Music: Florian Calmer
    Production/School: School of Visual Arts
    Dialogue language: English

    A man has a mental breakdown in the shower when his deepest fear confronts him.

  3. Solo 05:23
  4. USA 2016
    Directed by: Brendan Kirschbaum
    Screenplay: Brendan Kirschbaum
    Animation: Brendan Kirschbaum
    Technique: 3D
    Music: Jake Peterson
    Production/School: R.I.T. School of Film & Animation

    Backstage, a nervous elephant prepares for his trumpet solo.

  5. “Parade” de Satie 14:12
  6. Japan 2016
    Directed by: Koji Yamamura
    Screenplay: Koji Yamamura
    Animation: Koji Yamamura
    Technique: 2D
    Music: Erik Satie
    Production/School: Koji Yamamura
    Subtitles language: English

    A Parade for 3 managers & 4 performers. Mixing quotes from French composer Erik Satie’s essays with the music Parade, this is an animated re-creation of realist ballet images going beyond reality.

  7. Time Portal Glory Hole 10:07
  8. USA 2016
    Directed by: Jason Petrovitch
    Screenplay: Jason Petrovitch
    Animation: Jason Petrovitch
    Technique: 2D
    Production/School: Footknuckle Production
    Dialogue language: English

    Abundance is good for everyone? That theory will be tested in this anti-gentrification manifesto. By way of a faulty phone app, a hipster is transported to Windsor Castle in the year 1840, where he disrupts Queen Victoria's dinner party. A searing indictment of so many things of which only a time traveling penis has the ability to give a poke.

  9. Ron Ford's Nightmare, c. 1966 01:35
  10. USA 2016
    Directed by: Ron Ford
    Screenplay: Ron Ford
    Animation: Ron Ford
    Technique: 2D
    Production/School: Ron Ford

    A nightmare from my childhood in which a boy riding the bus of life encounters his idols and discovers the dread of his own mortality.

  11. Dreamcaught 03:00
  12. United Kingdom 2015
    Directed by: Natasza Center
    Screenplay: Natasza Cetner
    Animation: Natasza Cetner
    Technique: 2D
    Music: Natasza Cetner
    Production/School: University of Westminster
    Dialogue language: English

    Dreamcaught focuses on relations between seemingly accidental images we come across in our dreams or nightmares. The visions we see in our dreams can tell us some stories with sensible plots and characters. We can replay our memories changed in a way according to our emotions or experiences. But what is the most disturbing and therefore fascinating is the chain of surprising, grotesque dark scenes that are stuck in our subconscious. 

  13. The Scape / A Fuga 10:00
  14. Brazil 2015
    Directed by: Douglas Alves Ferreira
    Screenplay: Douglas Alves Ferreira
    Animation: Douglas Alves Ferreira, Paulo Henrique, Amanda Rovaqon, Leandro Mendes, Paula Urbinatti, Isabela Tamers, Douglas Ayres
    Technique: 2D, Cut-outs
    Music: Thiago Duar
    Production/School: Douglas Alves Ferreira

    It’s 50 B.C. in ancient Egypt, the Roman army just invaded the country and it is conducting prisoners through
    the desert. Nonconformist a boy tries to scape his captors.