Best of the World
The 365-second animation consists of a sequence of 8760 pictures, all different in shape and colour, hand-drawn by the director every day for 365 days. This is the ultimate analogue approach by an abstract animated filmmaker in the digital era.
Somebody broke the girl's parents. The rabbit was there when it happened. It was an awful mess.
The film’s narration begins with a young child running into a cemetery and what at first looks like a family gathering. Working backwards through time, the cast reverts from modern 21st Century man, onto a WWII Soldier, Tudors, Vikings, Romans and Caveman and back to the origins of life. Exploring various aspects of history and the human species, all with a playful, tongue-in-cheek humour.
A funny portrait of hair lovers. Seductions, disappointments, fantasies…
A woman is reflecting on her childhood memories and nightmares and the fact that parents often rely on tales of monsters and ghosts to scare their children away from possible dangers.
A restless primal spirit takes possession of an office room. Drawings appear on the walls, plant-like forms sprout from the computer and overgrow the desktop. As it finds it way trough the office space, the mysterious entity transforms into the limbs of a giant and dissolves again.
A woman directs herself on the screen of her life. Born of alcohol, she drinks her youth, giving in to the desire to slake her thirst. On the verge of drowning in the flood of this mad love, will she find the strength to resurface?