Animadok Film Retrospective
A man tells us how he met the love of his life and how this completely changed him. His pinboard illustrates the story.
Dad started to build a timber clock after he was diagnosed with cancer. Dad's Clock is a story about a distant relationship, which is ultimately resolved with the realisation that the passing of time would draw to an end.
Mike suffers from panic attacks and agoraphobia, and often finds it difficult to get out of the house. As he describes in visual detail what it's like to suffer from debilitating anxiety, we witness the trials and tribulations of how even a journey to the supermarket can be "like a bloody nightmare".
Velika Britanija, 2004, hd, 06:05
“This is a film based on my experience of multiple births (as mother and artist), and also includes interviews with my sons (then aged 2) and Jane Denton from Queen Charlotte Hospital in London (head of the multiple births foundation).” SM
After working for 33 years as a teacher, Ulla-Britt has fallen sick, classified as "burned out" and unable to work. She shares her thoughts about the society we live in.
When he's sixteen years old, Jean-Luc sees a particular film and then sees his father in different eyes.
Tying Your Own Shoes is an intimate glimpse into the exceptional mindsets and emotional lives of four adult artists with Down syndrome. An artful, four-way essay about ability, this animated documentary explores how it feels to be a little bit unusual.
Izrael, Danska, 2010, dcp, 02:08
White Tape explores the theme of boundaries; the frame, the space between brushstrokes and the implications of occupation.
Velika Britanija, 201, hd, 03:00
The filmmaker remembers his grandfather and how he saw him as a child – he was bald with liver spots on his head...
Irish Folk Furniture is an animated documentary about repair and recycling in rural Ireland. In Ireland, old hand-painted furniture is often associated with hard times, poverty and a time many would rather forget. Because of this association much of the country's furniture heritage lies rotting in barns and sheds.
It was autumn when I arrived in Germany. I thought that in this exotic country I could distance myself a little bit from Mexico, but I was wrong. Drug traffickers managed to take me back in a ruthless way.
A short animated documentary about the drug-related violence in Mexico.
A traditional princess story is narrated by interweaving young girls’ statements about the issues they would face if they had to become a princess. Would they want to? And how would they lead their country during war? Their answers are full of surprises and humour.