Animadok Film Retrospective
Famadihana, a Malagasy custom which means the reversal of death, gives vent to important festivities, dancing and sacrifice, but especially demonstrates the importance of the ancient cult in the Malagasy society. The story is told in a journey diary, redrawing the trip of a European traveller confronted with these various customs.
On the Papua coasts, in the middle of the Pacific War, some Papuans are looking for the magnanimity of the Cargo God elaborating a new ritual.
Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. Arthur C. Clarke.
Obrazi s poti: Grčija, gora Atos / Portraits de voyages: Grèce, Le mont Athos / Faces from Places: Greece, Mount Athos
Mount Athos, Greece, is home to around twenty Orthodox monasteries. One of the monks tells how he entered the order.
Obrazi s poti: Antarktika, postaja Concordia / Portraits de voyages: Antarctique, Station Concordia / Faces from Places: Antarctic, Concordia Station
Interview with a scientist from the Concordia research base, in the desert of ice.
Obrazi s poti: Senegal – Sabar / Portraits de voyages: Senegal – Sabar / Faces from places: Senegal – Sabar
In Dakar, two drums can create a lively atmosphere. That is when we start dancing sabar, a way of curing the body as well as the mind.
Stop motion short film explaining what stop motion is, specially made for an exhibition about stop motion which was presented by Art Brutal at Annecy for the International Animation Film Festival 2014.
A Moleskine notebook with the distinctive visual style of the New York's most important avant-garde jazz music label, Blue Note Records. The limited edition features influential saxophonist Dexter Gordon and celebrates the music label's 75th anniversary.