Thursday 22/11/2018 22:00 - 22:50
Total Duration: 0:43:54
- Can You Decide 04:55Italy 2016
- The Party (ASIFA-East Anijam) 02:36USA 2016
- Deserted 02:48USA 2016
- Iterations 02:55USA 2016
- The Trapeze Artist 02:53Ukraine 2016
- Gymnopedie in 3D 02:31USA 2016
- Lion Dance 05:59USA 2016
- The Bell of Montebello / O sino de Montebello 04:35Brazil 2016
- Sheltered / À l'Abri 06:48France 2016
Directed by: Lu Pulici
Screenplay: Lu Pulici
Animation: Lu Pulici
Technique: Puppets, Stop Motion, Mixed media
Music: Jon Kenzie
Production/School: 225 Productions & Trukittrek Puppet Company
This is the official music video of the track ‘Can You Decide’ written by the Manchester (UK) singer songwriter, Jon Kenzie.
Directed by: Robert Lyons
Screenplay: Robert Lyons
Animation: Robert Lyons
Technique: Mixed media
Music: The Lounge Lizards (Harlem Nocturne)
Production/School: Robert Lyons/ASIFA-East Anijam
Dialogue language: English
A cameraless animation anijam (drawn, painted, and scratched directly on 35mm, Vista Vision film) created by attendees of the 47th Annual ASIFA-East Animation Awards Festival in NYC including the work of 40 artists/animators. Music: "Harlem Nocturne" by The Lounge Lizards. Title design/animation by Bill Lorenzo. Directed and edited by Robert Lyons.
Directed by: Anna Anakhasyan
Screenplay: Anna Anakhasyan
Animation: Anna Anakhasyan
Music: Jerome Leroy
By the window of a worn down shack, a lonely cactus sits looking out onto the plain. His eyes settle on a girl cactus and he is instantly struck with love. He resolves to break out of his pot, uprooting himself to join her in the desert. He is deterred by a rancher, wrangled, and brought back to the shack. As he returns to his sad and lonely ledge, he turns around to find the same girl cactus being placed next to him. The two rejoice and live happily ever after.
Directed by: Jeremy Speed Schwartz
Screenplay: Jeremy Speed Schwartz
Animation: Jeremy Speed Schwartz
Technique: 2D, Flash Animation
Music: Anton Flint, Jeremy Speed Schwartz
Production/School: Jeremy Speed Schwartz
‘Iterations’ is an abstract iterative loop with changing timeframes. The piece was inspired by the work and techniques of Adam K. Beckett, an undisputed master of optical printing whose works ('Sausage City', 'Dear Janice') utilize single iterative loops.
Directed by: Lawrence Solon, Daria Hlazatova
Screenplay: Lawrence Solon
Animation: Lawrence Solon
Technique: 2D, After Effects
Music: Lawrence Solon
Production/School: Lawrence Solon
A Trapeze Artist, named Thomas, takes a leap into space.
Directed by: Randy Wilson
Screenplay: Randy Wilson
Animation: Randy Wilson
Music: Erik Satie
Production/School: Randy Wilson
Dialogue language: English
Erik Satie's musical masterpiece Gymnopedie #1 is brought to life as 3D animation. Musical notes can be seen as they play in time to the score, creating a world built from the lush topography of music.
Directed by: Tim Pattinson, Zheng Kang
Screenplay: Tim Pattinson, Zheng Kang
Animation: Tim Pattinson, Zheng Kang
Technique: CG, 2D computer
Music: Yasuyoshi Suzuki
Production/School: Tim Pattinson
LION DANCE is a romantic visual poem set during a traditional Asian parade in which a highly acrobatic dance is performed to bring good luck. It explores the theme of serendipity using a combination of CG, 2D animation techniques, and a soundtrack to express the rhythmic and pulsating emotion and actions of the characters. LION DANCE is the MFA thesis film of Zheng Kang and Tim Pattinson, USC School of Cinematic Arts class of 2016.
Directed by: Fernando Ferreira Garróz
Screenplay: Fernando Ferreira Garróz (adapted screenplay), R. F. Lucchetti (original story)
Animation: Marcos Spineli, Arthur F. Padu, Guilherme Guidetti
Technique: 3D, mixed media
Production/School: Graphicinema Estúdio de Animaçao
Dialogue language: Portuguese
On Christmas day, the toll of the bell up in the Montebello's church's majestic tower evokes many memories in the mind of a man, specially memories of a woman, Gina. Adapted from a short story by R. F. Lucchetti, master of Brazilian pulp fiction and horror.
Directed by: Jin Kyeu Shin
Screenplay: Jin Kyeu Shin
Animation: Jin Kyeu Shin
Technique: Charcoal, aquarelle, video and compositing After effects
Production/School: École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs Paris
A house built with part of oneself, her hair. Inside her house, it demonstrates her inner-self. The body and the mind are the infusion. Each movement expands through space, creating a space that englobes the universe. Behind the imagination, material aspects are overcome. The tip of her hair is in complete freedom, it reaches the far-west, her thoughts have no limits.