Full House, Kristjan Holm (ESTONIA 2016, 17')
Drawing on paper
Story about a diligent postman who performs his work duties in an exemplary manner and then meets his future wife..
Director: Kristjan Holm
Producer: Kalev Tamm
Storyboard: Kristjan Holm
Animation: Ülle Metsur, Maiken Silla, Tarmo Vaarmets
Editing: Kristjan Holm
Music: Horret Kuus
VÄIKE MAJA / Small House 2008 / 6'15" / 16:9 / Stereo / Black&White PÕGENEMINE / Escape 2009 / 5'40" / 16:9 / Stereo / Colour SUUR MAJA / Big House 2011 / 10'24" / 16:9 / Stereo / Colour MUST STSENAARIUM / Worst-Case Scenario / 2014 / 14'40" / 16:9 / 5.1 Surround / Colour PUNKT / Dot 2015 / 3'50" / 16:9 / Stereo / Colour TÄISMAJA / Full House 2016 / 17'00" / 16:9 / 5.1 Surround / Colour .
The evening her mind jumped out of her head, Kim Noce & Shaun Clark (UK 2015, 3')
2D computer animation
One cold winter's evening, a serious woman is forced to lighten up when her mind jumps out of her head.
Director: Kim Noce & Shaun Clark
Storyboard-animation: Kim Noce & Shaun Clark
Editing: Fiona Desouza
Music: Alex Harwood
Shaun Clark http://www.shaunclark.org,born 1979, Beverley, Uk.
Shaun Clark has directed an eclectic array of award winning animated films since the early 90′s. His films have been BAFTA nominated and has earned him praise for his use of different techniques and styles of storytelling most recently in Clermont-Ferrand (2012). Shaun graduated with a first degree honours in animation before studying for a MA at The National Film School for two years. He resides in London where he works at Mew Lab as a animation director.
Kim Noce http://www.kimnoce.com 1973, Mendrisio, Switzerland. I am an Animator Director with a MA in Animation Direction from the NFTS and a BA in Fine Art from BRERA. Alongside my personal films I work for the commercials industry My films and my animation work have won many awards, including BAFTA and ROYAL TELEVISION SOCIETY AWARD nominations. Since 2005 I formed co-created the collective http://www.mewlab.com .
He Who Has Two Souls, Fabrice Luang-Vija (FRANCE 2015, 17')
2D computer animation
They called him "He who has two souls". He was beautiful like a woman, and he was handsome like a man. He hesitated...
Director: Fabrice Luang-Vija
Producer: Sophie Fallot
Animation: Camille Rossi, Vincent Bierrewaerts, Fabrice Luang-Vija, Ulrich Totier
Graphics-editing: Fabrice Luang-Vija
Music: Terje Isungset (not original)
After studying literature and communication, Fabrice Luang-Vija works in corporate movies. He directs more than 300 corporate films for industry. In 2002, he directs his first short animated movie "Squealing Square", then from 2003 to 2012, he creates "The Delirious Tales", a cartoon serial for children, with farm, forest and jungle animals. Now, Fabrice Luang-Vija lives in Valence (France), where he works in corporate production, and in animated short movies creation. Filmography: Squealing Square (2002, 12 min), The Delirious Tales (2D cartoon, 4 x 10 min , 2 x 3 min)
Shoreline, Caroline Caza (CANADA 2016, 1' 54'')
2D computer animation
A hidden shore and some dusk magic.
Director: Caroline Caza
Producer- animation- graphics- editing: Caroline Caza
Caroline Caza studied visual arts and theatre before plunging into the world of animation. Additional training in traditional 2D, then in 3D computer animation helped define her own path. Her films have been presented in some twenty festivals across the world.
The Empty, Dahee Jeong (FRANCE/ SOUTH KOREA 2016, 10')
2D computer animation, Drawing on film
In the woman's room, memories constantly accumulate and disappear like dust. The man spends his time in this room creating futile little games with woman's memories.
Director: Dahee Jeong
Producer: Ron Dyens
Animation -graphics -editing: Dahee Jeong
Music: Sangwoo Ma
Planemo, Veljko Popović (CROATIA 2015, 13' 25'')
3D computer animation
Planemo is a solitary wanderer, a sentinel of the galaxy. It is an orphaned world, a celestial body booted from its solar system by the chaos of planetary migration. In a society where everyone mindlessly orbits around their daily routines, what happens when a person gets ejected from the system?
Director: Veljko Popović
Producer: Veljko Popović
Animation: Sinisa Mataic, Natalia Marcos, Kristijan Dulic
Music: Sina Jakelic
Storyboard- editing:Veljko Popović
Veljko Popovic (1979) graduated in 2003 from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb, Department of Painting. In 1998 he starts working with computer graphics and co-founded Lemonade3D, studio for CG and animation. He is the head of Film and Video Department and teaches computer animation at the Arts Academy in Split. His films have been screened and awarded at numerous film festivals worldwide (including Annecy, Animafest Zagreb, Clermont Ferrand, Aspen, Hiroshima, Leeds, Stuttgart). He was a jury member at several film festivals.
Planemo (2015); Father (2012, co-director); Dove sei, amor mio (2011); Moj Put / My Way (2010, co-director); Ona koja mjeri / She Who Measures (2008)
Analysis Paralysis, Anete Melece (SWITZERLAND 2016, 9' 40'')
2D computer animation, Cut-out animation, Drawing on paper
Anton's head is bursting with thoughts. The gardener is seething with anger: who has trampled her flower beds? In the park Anton is looking for someone to play chess with. For someone who plays a better game than his dog. The gardener is looking for a mysterious serial vandal who has lost a yellow boot. But perhaps they are both looking for the same thing?
Director: Anete Melece
Producer: Saskia von Virág
Storyboard-graphics: Anete Melece
Animation: Stefan Holaus, Anete Melece
Music: Ephrem Lüchinger
Editing: Fee Liechti
Anete Melece (*1983) is a Latvian illustrator and animation filmmaker based in Zürich, Switzerland. She studied visual communication at the Art Academy of Latvia (BA) and animation at Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Art (MA). Analysis Paralysis – animation, 9 min, 2016 The Kiosk – animation, 7 min, Virgage Film, 2013 Vilma Doesn't Work Today, animation, 8 min, 2007
Panic Attack!, Eileen O'Meara (USA 2016, 3' 10'')
You know the nagging thoughts that start with "did I leave the coffee on?" and turn in to "what if I give birth to Satan's baby?" This animated short explores anxiety, obsession, and one woman's slippery hold on reality.
Director: Eileen O'Meara
Producer: Eileen O'Meara
Storyboard-animation-editing-graphics: Eileen O'Meara
Eileen O'Meara is an American artist known for her hand-drawn independent films "Agnes Escapes from the Nursing Home" and "That Strange Person". She produced and directed commercial animated spots for clients including HBO, UNICEF, Warner Home Video, and Motown.
O'Meara received the National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and Women in Film Foundation Film & Video Grants. Her work is featured in "Get Animated!" by Tim Maloney, "Making it Big in Shorts" by Kim Adelman, and "Dancing with the Sun – Selected Shorts from Sundance Film Festival".
Wormhole, Turun Anikistit ( FINLAND 2016, 12' 48'')
2D computer animation
Vienna 1914. Otto finds a wormhole into another dimension. It drives his mental health and relationship with Emma into ruins. They both end up seeking help from Freud's couch.
Director: Turun Anikistit
Producer: Kimmo Sillanmikko
Storyboard: Simo Ruotsalainen
Animation: Joni Männistö, Antti Laakso, Samppa Kukkonen
Editing: Petri Erkkilä
Music: Tero-Petri Suovanen
Film is directed together by eight members of Turun Anikistit - a collective of talented, award-winning animation filmmakers from Finland. This is their third film together. Directors: Tommi Juutilainen, Lauri Järvenpää, Samppa Kukkonen, Antti Laakso, Chrzu Lindström, Joni Männistö, Lotta Rapeli, Elli Vuorinen.
Previous films (together as Turun Anikistit): English Lessons, 2008, Commercial Break, 2013