An apple in rain. A nursery rhyme. A child breastfeeding, then falling asleep. A tiny grey wolf. Autumn and light. Surreal dreams of family, animals, play, music, skipping. Wind, passing trains, falling leaves, decay, shiny cars disappearing, fire. Dancing. Men … Continue reading
Deeply touching on themes of (dis)ability and dreams. Exquisitely detailed and heartfelt throughout, if sometimes a little clumsily executed. Maybe in my book of listening.
The fatalities of Fate in an increasingly complex dream within a dream. Decent animation, entertaining story. Not in my book of time traps, though.
A convoluted short relying on obscure symbolism, unsettling horror mood, and one-of-a-kind threedimensional animation. Almost sickeningly beautiful, it tells a mysterious little story of friendship, insecurity, and fear. Can’t say I understand much, but everything is strangely evocative. Not sure … Continue reading
Told with nice well-rounded animation and splendid handmade-looking backgrounds, this is a strangely apt visualization of how our senses »create« the world around us. A slightly oldfashioned, fascinating, and original bagatelle. Maybe in my book of inner vision.
Hilariously immoral and tongue-in-cheek yarn about a careless husband, his wife, and a postman that doesn’t even ring once. Crisp script, organic and somewhat sloppy hand-made animation. In my book of accidental circumstances.
A soft-spoken (non-spoken, even) eye-opener using cruel logic to examine the absurd concept of work. Brilliant idea, neat execution. In my book of human labour. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvSyoH4M6Hk