Best of the World
As celestial beings descend to Earth vitiating its population, the world’s order unbalances. This is the beginning of a tragic fall that leads to the birth of crucial opposites: Hell and Heaven’s circles.
A suburban block party. Rave, drone, bbq and ice cream. Then a stunt. YouTube inspired and simulated.
A harsh winter freezes the surface of a river, close to a house where two cousins live. Immersed in the cold wind that rises that day, the rudeness of their relationship grows, reaching its limit.
On a velodrome track, a cyclist is getting into his race.
Louise enjoys a private moment to open her treasure box in the room she shares with her little sister. She does not know that her sister has been hiding under her bed to spy on her. The film deals with sensuality through a both charming and erotic experience of an involuntary interaction between two sisters.
A woman is locked in her home with an egg. She eats the egg, she repents. She kills it. She lets the egg die of hunger.
Solar Walk shows the journey of individuals and their creations on through time and space. Any meaning of action is only existent from the perspective of the individual, but never mandatory when looking at it from the perspective of a solar system. It’s about the melancholy of accepting chaos as beautiful and cosmic. Passion for creation is projected through the unique and playful texture of the animation craft itself.