Competition 7

Tuesday 29/11/2016 19:00 - 19:50 - Animation Marathon 2016 Schedule
Total Duration: 00:47:44

  1. Imaginarium 11:33
  2. Colombia 2016
    Directed by: Laura Vanessa Lamus Gamboa, Diego Alejandro Rico Diaz
    Screenplay: Laura Vanessa Lamus Gamboa, Diego Alejandro Rico Diaz
    Technique: 2D computer
    Music: Hemel Juan Patiño Villareal
    Production/School: Diego Alejandro Rico Diaz, Laura Vanessa Lamus Gamboa
    Dialogue language: Spanish

    Andy and Nacnac are playing inside of Imaginarium when they find Tinna, a little girl that wakes the jealousness of Nacnac, making him leave them completely alone, fact that Kanker takes advantage of in order to attack Tinna, but his plans seem frustrated because of Andy due to the terrible curse he receives, meanwhile Salida, the guardian of Imaginarium runs in order to tell Nacnac what happened, who ends up saving the kids with his magic.

  3. Jazz Orgie 00:53
  4. Germany 2015
    Directed by: Irina Rubina
    Screenplay: Irina Rubina
    Technique: 2D, After Effects
    Music: Emanuel Hauptmann
    Production/School: Filmakademie Baden-Wurttemberg

    Dots, Lines, Planes and Forms set themselves in motion and get drown into their own choreographic world. Within the ecstasy of touch they engage with Jazz Tones into a play of colours and forms which results in a total explosion.

  5. Lingua Absentia 10:00
  6. USA 2016
    Directed by: Kate Raney, Jeremy Bessoff
    Screenplay: Kate Raney, Jeremy Bessoff
    Animation: Kate Raney, Jeremy Bessoff
    Technique: 2D
    Dialogue language: English

    Lingua Absentia is a paper cut-out animation, about a mother and her schizophrenic daughter, Abby. Guided by the mother’s voice-over narration, the film takes the viewer through Abby's severe cancer treatment and her long process to recovery.

  7. Sick Building Syndrome 04:02
  8. Taiwan 2015
    Directed by: Chen Yu Yang, Chun Tien Chen
    Screenplay: Chen Yu Yang, Chun Tien Chen
    Animation: Chen Yu Yang, Chun Tien Chen
    Technique: 2D
    Music: Hsiang Yin Fu
    Production/School: Ru Yeun Tzeng, Jo Han Chang
    Dialogue language: Chinese

    It is a city without memories, but a growing maze with construction sites, skyscrapers, advertising billboards that keeps taking over or being taken over their domains. Citizens wander around and eventually get lost in vain, and the Mô-sîn-á (*) is the only one to lead their way. (*Mô-sîn-á is one kind of ghost in Taiwanese religion.)

  9. Mór 09:19
  10. USA 2016
    Directed by: Lisa Wu, A Bowen Welles
    Screenplay: Jacob Walker
    Technique: 2D
    Music: Samuel Naff
    Production/School: Maggie Whitt, Jacqueline Yee
    Dialogue language: English

    A girl and her younger brother are lost deep in the dark woods and afraid to move forward. When they stumble across the Well for Lost Souls, she is presented with a magical solution that promises to help them find their way home.

  11. Heavy Blanket 06:57
  12. USA 2016
    Directed by: Cory Feder
    Screenplay: Cory Feder
    Animation: Cory Feder
    Technique: 2D
    Dialogue language: English

    Underneath the heavy blanket there is a train stopping in all the same places and it is passing between all the known and unknown evils of today and yesterday. Who is to say what evil really is; what makes a train stop in one place over and over again?

  13. The Old Man and The Pears 05:00
  14. USA 2016
    Directed by: Jing Sun
    Screenplay: Song Ling Pu
    Technique: 2D computer
    Music: Shuang Yi Liu
    Dialogue language: Chinese, English

    A weak and hungry old man begs for a pear from a fruit peddler, but the peddler refuses and rejects him. A little boy bravely steps forward and spends his last coin to buy a pear for the old man. Finally, a magical form of justice emerges from the ground.