Best of the World
ZDA, 2014, hd, 8:30
A rhythmic ritual is performed by a bizarre ensemble of macabre figures.
Three characters, three perspectives, three directors: A session between a psychiatrist, a schizophrenic patient and his mother.
Grace Under Water is a realistically shot stop motion animation dealing with the relationship between a step mother and her petulant step daughter.
A visual journey into the epilogue of a life.
Announcing the end of paper, this painting in motion addresses many big questions, from digital dematerialisation to recycling. Theodore Ushev has attacked the catalogue of an animation film festival, setting fire to the pages with large brushstrokes.
Inspired by love, a misguided monkey believes he is destined for the moon.
Using video light painting, Foreign Bodies starts from the myth of the “transparent body” revealed by modern medical imaging to instil in viewers the feeling of strangeness that their own bodies can sometimes inspire.
A little girl's resentment is embodied in a shaggy creature that becomes her best friend. And they grow side by side. Densely settled in the minds of his mistress, resentment starts to completely control her life.