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In a town where supernatural beings are part of everyday life, two roommates face a recurring problem: their house spirit was devoured by an unknown creature overnight. They go on their way to find a replacement spirit and a solution to their pest problem.
A boy and a girl fighting for painting space, both refusing to give in until the mess they create goes out of control. They then realise the only way out is to work together and strive for coexistence.
BIOBOT its the history about a robot named Biot, who came back to his old workpalce, now abandoned. The factory, surrounded by nature isnt working any more, and one of his partners eighter. He will try to revive him.
Inspired by Max Ernst's painting: Europe After Rain. New York After Rain explores the moment before death—the character’s longing, fear, and numbness. His life seems strikingly alien in flashback, and the resulting pain awakens his love for the world.
A launch of 1.5 million balloons in Cleveland, Ohio 1986 and the 2012 Big Bay Boom in San Diego, California where a 17-minute firework display exploded in less than a minute are the events that inspired Black Hole Son. Part moving painting, part processed video, Black Hole Son is a lucid dream about the desire for spectacle. Turn your volume up.
Director -Peter Burkeet
Film Type: Animation, Experimental, Music Video, Short
This is a commission project with NPR Joe's Big Idea. The animation is introducing Mycelium, an alternative new packaging material to styrofoam that was invented by engineer Eben Bayer, which was inspired by he's childhood memory.
People are always looking for an explanation why they are the way they are. Character traits that are dictated by starry constellations relieve us of the responsibility to change and grow. The main characters of “Your Future” are the personified zodiacs. Their typical traits are put into a new context and exaggerated to the point of absurdity. The cosmic creatures tell stories of the chaos and non-sense of being human, of the everyday life and surprises, of love and boredom, of sex and violence and everything that makes life beautiful and terrible.