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Ars Electronica. Linz. Austria


The Ars Electronica Animation Festival showcases the best of the 722 works that artists from 58 countries submitted for prize consideration to the 2015 Prix Ars Electronica. This is an annual overview of the world of digital filmmaking—what’s technically feasible; what’s aesthetically en vogue. One new wrinkle this year: the 2015 Animation Festival won’t be limited to a best-of presentation; the Prix Forum I -Computer Animation / Film / VFX, Expanded Animation and discussions about the entire program will be integrated into the proceedings.
The screenings of the 13 programs offer plenty of opportunities to get acquainted with the latest visual creations of animated filmmakers. An entire program is dedicated to Korean-American artist Erick Oh. New this year is a program spotlighting outstanding workshonored with the International Students Creative Award.
The works themselves represent the entire spectrum of genres and styles; the ethnic and national origins of the men and women who made them areno less diverse. The films are the output of animation artists’ ateliers, university departments, commercial studios and R&D facilities.

Credits The Ars Electronica Animation Festival screens a selection of outstanding films submitted to the Cyberarts-Competition Prix Ars Electronica. These visual highlights from 2015have been presented for the first time at the Ars Electronica Festival in Linz/Austria in September 2015. Curators of the Ars Electronica Animation Festival: Christine Schöpf and Jürgen Hagler. Prix Ars ElectronicaOrganizer: Ars Electronica Linz GmbHConcept: Dr. Christine Schöpf, Gerfried StockerHead of Department Prix/Festival/Export Ars Electronica: Martin HonzikProducer Prix Ars Electronica: Emiko Ogawa Technical Director: Karl J. SchmidingerProductionteam: Katharina Bienert, Bernhard Böhm, Viktor Delev, Christoph Einfalt, Theresa Lackner, Veronika Liebl, Kristina Maurer, Hans Christian Merten, Elvis Pavic, Johannes Poell, Christina Radner, Tina Reinthaler, Jutta Schmiederer, Claudia Schnugg, Joschi Viteka, Florian Voggeneder

Not only representing reality but also giving accounts of “other stories” whose boundaries exist only in their narrators’ imagination as well as in the act of storytelling itself have been characteristic of artists’ approaches to computer animation.This program contains personal matters, amusing plots and a healthy portion of satire.

Rabbit and Deer (Nyuszi és Öz) | Péter Vácz (MOME) (HU)
Marilyn Myller | Mikey Please (Blinkink) (GB)
Missing one player | Lei Lei (CN)
Border | plan78 animation studio (BE)
Remember | Shunsaku Hayashi (JP)
ME + HER | Joseph Oxford (US)
AD-VENTURE | Chris Lindner, Patrick Wagesreiter, Michaela Wiesinger (AT)
In The Distance | Florian Grolig (DE)

(not appropriate for children under 16)
An action-packed program full of suspense, stories about friendship, challenge, threat and sacrifice, struggles for survival with and against nature—energies expressed in images of impressive visual power.

Isolated | Tomas Vergara (Peak Pictures) (CL)
The OceanMaker | Lucas Martell (Martell Animation) (US)
Le Gouffre | Carl Beauchemin (FR)
Mycelium | Mycelium (ESMA) (FR)
portrait | Donato Sansone (milkyeyes) (IT)
Le labyrinthe | Mathieu Labaye (Camera-etc) (BE)
La fenêtre | La fenétre (ESMA) (FR)
Black tape | Michelle and Uri Kranot (DK, IL)
Coda | Alan Holly (IE)

In this lineup, animation takes leave of the screen. It’s played out in public spaces, façades and landscapes, reconfiguringthem in the process. It’s also projected onto human bodies to thereby open up undreamt-of new perspectives. Impressive

Omote / Real-Time Face Tracking & Projection Mapping 02:19 | Nobumichi Asai (JP)
H OM E OMOR PH ISM 05:26 | Ouchhh (TR)
Inside Me (Nils Frahm -Me Rework) 03:20 | Dmitry Zakharov (DE)
Visions of America: Amériques 03:40 | Refik Anadol (TR)
Descent 01:26 | Johan Rijpma (NL)
Inflection Point 05:00 | Nicolás Grone (DE), Linda Weinmann (DE), Davor Branimir Vincze (HR), Hans Leitner (DE)
[BRDG020] Lilium 03:06 | Yu Miyashita, Kenichi Yoneda, BRDG (JP)
Time Of Flight 03:31 | Michael Pelletier (CA/NL)
as·phyx·i·a 02:42 | Frederico Phillips (PT), Maria Takeuchi (JP)
Le Désert Du Sonora 02:13 | Bérénice Antoine, Clément Ducarteron, Gaël Labousse (FR)
Sumsing 03:50 | Martin Rahmlow (DE), YBRID (FR)
Offset 07:53 | SHI Zheng (CN)
OPENING CEREMONY MONS 2015 / CLOE 12:00 | Antoine Menalda (Dirty Monitor) (BE)

A phone call brings tolife a family portrait painted in the style of the Late Middle Ages; an installation programmed by Golan Levin manipulates hands in real time; animation at the nexus of the
Web (David OReilly) and gaming—this program brings out innovative routes computer animation filmmakers have been taking lately.

Temps Mort / Idle Times 02:11 | Alex Verhaest (BE)
Ghosts World 04:50 | Jérôme Boulbès (FR)
SPARKED: A Live Interaction Between Humans and Quadcopters 05:24 | Cirque du Soleil, ETH Zürich, Verity Studios (CA)
This may not be a movie 05:07 |  Kazuhiro Goshima (JP)
frequencies (light quanta) 02:08 | Nicolas Bernier (CA)
Furnished Fluid 05:43 | Akira Wakita (JP)
Augmented Hand Series 03:37 | Golan Levin (US), Kyle McDonald (US), Chris Sugrue (US)
monumations 03:45 | Jun Fujiki & Hiroko Fujiki (JP)
NOISE:Error in the Void 02:53 | ScanLAB Projects (GB)
YouTube Smash Up 04:06 | Parag K. Mital (US)
Code of Silence 02:20 | Acci Baba (JP)
PLUG & PLAY 06:00 | Michael Frei (CH)
THE CONSTRUCTION OF ANSTALT3000 05:17 | Helmut Munz (AT)

Videos are a mainstay of the music industry. A wide array of styles and techniques are used in current productions: 3-D and 2-D animation, stop motion, hand-drawn & generative animation as well as mixed media.

Do Not Touch 03:08 | Moniker (NL)
Chase Me 02:54 | Gilles-Alexandre Deschaud (FR)
I'll Be Strong 03:56 | Universal Everything (GB), Jeffrey Brodsky (US)
EQUATEUR // THE LAVA // PART I & II 06:45  | François Grumelin-Sohn (Kadavre Exquis) (FR)
Innocent 04:14 | Jeremy Clapin (FR)
Re 03:58 | Balázs Simon (HU),Nils Frahm (DE)
Islands of Glass 05:26 | Polynoid (DE)
Dog Blood -Chella Ride 03:37 | Golden Wolf (GB)
Build the Cities 03:52 | Raven Kwok (CN)
HEO_LUNA 04:16 | Hyunchul Eum (NIGHTSHIFT) (KR)
I am a poet –Shiver 04:29 | Paul Brenner (DE), Shoko Hara (JP) (Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg)
Reid Willis -Placed (official video) 02:08 | Fernando Lazzari (Popscience) (UK)