It was a hard day for the very lonely cock. Perhaps tomorrow it’ll be better.
How to find a better situation, asks the potato caught up in a sinking Sunday feeling: drop out, modify yourself, turn into something else or by dissociation be someone else for the night — or just keep going on?
The animated protagonists of the film “Greedy Germ” live in a microscopically small world. They are organisms and germs, friendly and timid little creatures that help each other. One day, however, a mysterious intruder appears and ruthlessly destroys their peaceful coexistence.
Welcome to the eye of the storm.
Anton’s head is bursting with thoughts. The gardener is seething with anger: who has trampled her flower beds? In the park Anton is looking for someone to play chess with. For someone who plays a better game than his dog. The gardener is looking for a mysterious serial vandal who has lost a yellow boot. But perhaps they are both looking for the same thing?
Some absurd situations around the park benches with a lot of different characters.
Main themes of an animated film “Rivers” based on Czeslaw Milosz’s poem are: time and passing of time. The title rivers are compared to carnality of the main character. I look for traces of them on his body starting from umbilical cord, continuing with fingertip lines and ending on wrinkles covering his face. The inseparable attribute of the main character is his suitcase which becomes his cradle, raft and house. The world around the character is also carnal: river is palms, earth is a woman, rain is tears. This is the world the character travels through.
Memento mori – remember that you must die… Questions of life and death are evoked in this poetic animation.
A fly rubs its hands. A man and a woman, inside and outside, balance within them and between them. The fly flies. Snails swing. The fly flies.
Once upon a time, there was a country on the back of a giant horse, but it was ruined by stupidity and greed. Now, only the horse’s tail remains of its former glory, while the people live in the shadow of what used to be a happy world. Yet, the memory of the past is still vivid, and a new society is being born. Will the history repeat itself?
The film represents an author’s own memory of the dawn of the World War II in Germany. Mrs. Sarika is leaving to a Jewish retirement home, something what should have been a quite and peaceful end of life, turned into a terror of holocaust and she becomes a victim as well. The film is visually inspired by art of George Grosz and Otto Dix.
Talking genitals discuss masturbation, sexuality and vaginas in this intimate documentary. A range of people share their insecurities and desires and each voice is visualised by a different animator. A collaboration of self-expression.
Yoshiro Ishihara (1915–1977), who burst upon the scene of Japanese modern poetry in the mid-1950s, is now remembered as a “poet of silence.” He said “A poem is an impulse to resist writing.” This film is an attempt to seek out the landscape from his poem.