Animacam at MAC A Coruña (III)
On Thursday 26, the two last sessions of this Animacam edition will take place at the Contemporary Art Museum MAC Gas Natural Fenosa in A Coruña.
The programme for this day will mean the best end for this sixth edition of Animacam Animation Festival with a good amount of wonderful screenings. 3d, 2d, paper… Different techniques, several topics, and great narratives to make all the people enjoy and close this edition with the best mood.
We hope you really love it!
7th Session: Thursday 26, from 18:00h to 19:00h
The Invisible Elephant (2015), a little girl reminds us how important the imagination is. It is a 2D animation by the Russian director Anastasiya Sokolova that encourages us to look for our inner child.
The Gift (2016), the adventure of a girl trying to make the perfect gift for her parents is the story that Kohei Kajisa tells us in ‘The Gift’, a nice 3D animation.
Where Have The Flowers Gone (2016), tells the story of how a pig working in a factory gets to commit suicide. It is a 3D animation of the Vietnamese Sin-Hong Chan.
Índice 50 (2016), a family reaches a crowded beach holiday, but a mosquito will sour their wonderful day. This is what we are told in this film by Joseph Guené, Alexandre Belmudes, Damien Clef, Sylvain Amblard, Mégame Fumel, Mathieu Peters-Houg.
The Passenger (2016), a man wakes up completely alone in the train wagon in ‘The Passenger’, a 3D animated short produced by the French school ESMA.
Pig (2015), is a curious aesthetic experience that reflects on the vulnerability, the conflict and the history of the human being. It is directed by the American Steven Subotnick.
Round Trip: Mary (2015), tells the story of a cowgirl who goes to the city for the first time, where she meets new places and people … and the cinema. It is a 2D hand drawn animation directed by the Macedonian Zharko Ivanov.
8th Session: Thursday 26, from 19:00h to 20:00h
The Forest Paper (2015) conveys, through a metaphorical world of paper, a message of commitment to nature. It’s a short 3D animation directed by the Thai Sipparpad Krongraksa.
Edmond (2015), this black comedy from Nina Gantz tells us how a man with cannibalistic urgencies travels to his past life, searching for the roots of his current unhappiness.
Grandma’s Hero (2015), a novice knight embarks on a journey in search of adventures … but his grandmother decides to join. It is the story of ‘Grandma’s Hero’, a Danish 2D animation directed by Ben Ozeri and Corentin Monnier.
About Death (2016), is a 2D animated short by South Korean Eunjae Lee (이 이). It is a reflection on death through the experience of a young woman who has just lost a loved one.
Social Window (2016), social isolation brought about by social networks is the subject that deals with ‘Social Window’, the Belgian short film presented by Aad Verstraelen. It tells through a polished work in 3D carried out by a solitary adolescent.
Sendas (2016), this Portuguese film by Raquel Felgueiras tells the story of one woman and two brothers offer us two parallel accounts of their emotional healing trips.
Kafka’s ‘Roller Monster‘ (2016), ‘The Metamorphosis’ is the idea behind ‘Roller Monster’, a unique 2D Belgian short film produced by MGV Productions and directed by Manu Gómez.
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James Stuart Blackton (Sheffield, 1875 – Hollywood, 1945) was a director and producer of silent films. He founded the Vitagraph Studios and is considered the father of American animation. He began his professional career as an illustrator for the New
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