Animation Marathon – Part II
We are big fans of animations, so, after our first recommendations, we decided to launch an Animation Marathon sharing with you the ones we like best, the most challenging, thought-provoking and inspiring works that we find. Here is our selection. Stay with us for more.
Mother / Designed and directed by Fabrice Le Nezet
“An epic and poetic journey through a surreal world. (…) A small tribute to modern architecture, isometric video games and sci-fi literature”.
LOOP (2014) / Directed by Michał Socha
About “never ending loops of people seeking to be ideal”.
“An allegory to the phenomena of racism as an acquired cultural epidemic, the story discusses the question of the personal conscience of each of us, versus the education we receive from our families and environment. (…) The film presents how easily we acquire fear and hatred of foreigners, as well as how easily we might become the strangers and others ourselves.”
Over Dinner / Directed by Marcus Armitage
“Their last dinner before he leaves to join the Army.”
PUPA (2014) / By John JH Lee
“Pupa is the story about a boy who is about to begin puberty. His body is ready to make a physical transformation, but in his eyes every grownup is a hideous monster. He fears that he will turn into one of them.”
Windows / By Conor Whelan
“I tried to capture that weird feeling of happy loneliness you get when traveling alone, and made some music to go with it.”