The Elephant in Competition
This is a simple, bittersweet tale for all ages that you feel like storing away deep inside of you, yet one that is so full of emotion that you’ll end up sharing with everyone around you. It’s the story of life itself.
One summer in the 1960s Norway, a seven-year-old girl asks her hopelessly out-of-touch parents for a bicycle, but the unconventional ways of these modernist architects soon prove to be a source of quiet embarrassment and anxiety for the young girl.
My grandfather is telling me a story that he invented, and asks me to make a film out of it. Because of pollution, pesticides, and other toxic substances, a bee decides to leave her hive, looking for a more comfortable place for her to live in.
From the wall of a small town bakery, a cuckoo clock recounts a day where bread was sliced one second thick, lovers fell in sync and time rarely flowed at an even rate.
The animated short film Chasni deals with acid attacks, horrendous crimes that are proliferating in India, happening every day. It also explores the plight of disfigurement, which is known to be revenge against women and their beauty. It brings the victim to the stage of trauma, which is both physical and mental.
“In kindergarten, everybody else’s dads are not in prison. That’s the problem.”
An animated documentary about growing up with a father in jail.