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Klein Wien / Wolf Matzl

September 25th, 2016

Wolf Matzl brings us a surreal journey of a man in Vienna on the search for the elusive Wiener Wurstelprater; literally a man with a sausage head. Masterfully crafted and a combination of live action and paper cutouts, this piece is a testament of progressive animation technique. We never quite understand why this sausage-man quest exists, nor do we need reason, as we are fully engaged in a mysterious hunt and dazzled by the somewhat familiar yet transformed environments. In all seriousness, why take a normal taxi when you have the opportunity to take a ride on a pigeon through the city? Or perhaps a cockroach carriage ride? Only in the mind and art of Wolf Matzl…

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The Vast Landscape / Lea Vidakovic

September 19th, 2016

A fox hunter, a porcelain shopkeeper, the scientist brothers, a seal, a boy and a music box.
Six characters in their rooms filled with traces of longing, separated by a vast and bleak landscape.
Four stories on love, contemplation and (self)destruction.
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Morten On The Ship Of Fools / Kaspar Jancis

September 12th, 2016


Morten On The Ship Of Fools is a full length feature film based on director Kaspar Jancis’ original children’s book “Adventure on Salamander”. It is a story of an 8 year old boy who dreams his reality into one like his father, a sailor, however in this reality his shipmates are insects and ocean is his imagination. Having to sneak past his cruel oppressive aunt, we join the boy on adventures into a realm of quirky unknown landscapes.

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Modernage: Scott Baio (Words) / Garundt

September 5th, 2016


This new music video for Modernage delivers a raw, gritty, yet modern approach to animation. Assemblage, raw textural xeroxes, post production symmetry, and abstract mechanisms grace this video with an uncanny continuity.
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Nickelodeon Kid / Tucker Barrie

August 29th, 2016


A tribute and testament to 25 years worth of animation from Nickelodeon, this piece is engaging, playful and smart. The short is animated and narrated by the talented Tucker Barrie, a self-proclaimed “Nickelodeon Kid”. Not only does Barrie know how to animate like a boss, but apparently also is proficient with scissors and Xacto knives. He creates detailed, yet pleasingly minimal, morphing environments for the iconic characters to explore. Undeterred by overly saturated nature of the channel’s content, the intuition to keep the majority of the piece white with dashes of color adds a level of precious intimacy.
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