Computer Animation Festival - Electronic Theater

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Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 5:00pm - 5:05pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: Alex, a young woman is increasingly getting tired of adult life. Her daily routine is restricted by norms and expectations of the modern world, and human interaction has been replaced by social media. One day, she sees Bacchus, a charismatic sensual figure, who lures her into a colorful world, which is a complete opposite of her reality. In this mysterious place, you are free to follow your instincts and explore your deepest desires.

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In 2014 Luce Grosjean founded Sève Films, a distribution company destined to promote student films in animation festivals, but also young talent directors. In 2017, she associated with Miyu Productions to create Miyu Distribution, specialized in distribution in festivals and international sells.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 5:05pm - 5:10pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: Threatened daily by the deadly residents and harsh environment of Australia’s Outback, a lonesome Bilby finds himself an unwitting protector, and unexpected friend, to a helpless (and quite adorable) baby bird. Animated in DreamWorks' award-winning Premo animation package, and the first release rendered with DreamWorks' new MoonRay MCRT software.

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Director Liron Topaz is a Character Lead Animator at DreamWorks. From Tel-Aviv, Liron was passionate about animation from a very early age. He graduated from Ringling College of Art and Design with honors, winning their President's Award for his thesis film 'This Side Up'. In 2008, Liron was selected by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences for their exclusive internship program at Sony Pictures Imageworks, and continued there to work on Tim Burton's 'Alice in Wonderland'. At DreamWorks he has worked on various films including the 'How to Train Your Dragon', 'The Croods', and 'Kung Fu Panda' franchises.

Born and raised near Lyon, France, Pierre Perifel is a director, animator, storyboard artist and character designer. After falling in love with animation in his late teens, he graduated from Gobelins l’Ecole de l’Image a few years later. He sharpened his teeth as a traditional animator on movies such as 'Curious George', 'Nocturna' and 'The Illusionist' before discovering CG animation when he arrived in California. He joined DreamWorks in 2008 as an animator and worked as a supervising animator, head of character animation and story artist on several films including the 'Kung Fu Panda' trilogy and 'Rise of the Guardians'.

Director JP Sans is a Supervising Animator at DreamWorks and most recently worked on “Rise of the Guardians.” Born in Venezuela and raised in Florida, JP was driven by the combination of performance art and drawing from an early age. Through animation, he fell in love with characterization and story-telling. His degree is in Computer Animation from Miami International University of Art & Design. His first break came when he joined Blue Sky, later moving to DreamWorks in 2011. JP’s most notable work has been on “Rio,” “Rise of the Guardians,” and the “Ice Age” franchise.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 5:10pm - 5:15pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: Year 2122. After many years of failed attempts, medical science is finally able to bring back to life a cryonised patient. The researcher who performed the procedure does not understand what made this particular attempt successful. We follow the patient’s recollection of her first experiences in the Afterlife, as she is sharing them with the researcher. The first area of the Afterlife looks like a forest. It is a transitional place before the place of actual death. Unity’s Demo Team, creators of the acclaimed short film Adam (Winner, Webby Award 2016; Official Selection, Annecy, Nashville Film Festival, Short Shorts Film Festival Asia) are presenting Book of the Dead, a boldly innovative production at the cross-section of film and interactive experience. The third realtime-cinematic project by director Veselin Efremov and producer Silvia Rasheva, Book of the Dead explores and expands the process of realtime filmmaking. It has won the Webby People’s Choice Award 2018 and is part of the official selection of SIGGRAPH Computer Animation Festival 2018. This is a project with an immersive narrative created with the groundbreaking technique of realtime filmmaking. The storytelling is interactive, letting the audience take control over the progression of the story, but at the same time it is maintaining the aesthetics and high standards we are used to in conventional filmmaking. It is not only breaking ground for a more time- and cost-efficient film production, but more importantly contributes to the evolution of the filmic experience. Filmmakers are now starting to tell their stories in a completely new way - empowering the spectators with a “free will”, letting their choices effect storytelling and thereby opening a pandoras box that is full of uncharted and unexplored cinematic tools that will eventually redefine form and content of what we today call film.

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Veselin Efremov is an award-winning writer, director and art director with 17 years of experience in the game development industry. He has been Creative Director for Unity’s Demo Team since 2014, and wrote, directed, and art-directed Unity's ground-breaking realtime short films The Blacksmith (2015) and Adam (2016). His most recent project is the interactive film Book of the Dead (2018).

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 5:15pm - 5:20pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: The Short Film "Booxze" is a student project which was produced and developed during a workshop at the Animationsinstitut of the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. This special and unique workshop is a chance for 15 students to work together. The students are coming from three different departments: Animation, Set Design (third semester) and Camera (seventh semester). The workshop was a great chance for students to learn how different departments work and to get in touch with new technologies, such as the ncam-system. Most of the students have never been working on a project with green screen and digital set extension. The new experience of building a world not only in the studio, but also to extend it digitally was a big challenge for every department. Within one month the participants had to develop the whole story, as well, as finishing the pre-production and set building. The one-day shooting of the movie has taken place in a studio with green-screen and real set buildings. Afterwards the postproduction started. Most of the animation students worked as 2D artists before and learned Maya and Nuke from scratch within in the post-production time. In just four month six animation students had to finish the 18 VFX shots in the movie.

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Till Sander-Titgemeyer (born 1995) started studying Interactive Media at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg in 2015. Before starting studying he made an apprenticeship as certified technical design assistant at the Adolph-Kolping vocational school in Münster. Furthermore he is working as a freelancer for several projects and companies such as BASF Pigment GmbH.

DIEGO HAUENSTEIN (born 1989) currently studies fiction film directing at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. Prior, he graduated with a Bachelor in film studies from the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste. His first film he made at 16 years old - he has made over a dozen since. Some of them have been screened at festivals around the world, such as the Solothurner Filmtage, the Chicago Feminist Filmfestival and the Shnit Worldwide Shortfilmfestival. When he is not directing, Diego works as an assistant director for feature films and commercials as well as writing and editing scripts.

Nina Schwarz (born 1991) started studying Production at the Filmakademie in 2014. She will graduate as Animation and Effects Producer in March 2019. After graduating from High School, she moved for one year to New York, to study at the New School of New York film production. Back in Germany, she worked at several different german TV channels and production companies. Currently she is not only studying, but also working as a freelancing production assistant at the Animation and Commercial Company M.A.R.K.13 in Stuttgart.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 5:20pm - 5:25pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: There is a world in which an endless rain of dark ash fills the sky, and covers the earth. Humanity, fearing the ash that burns and melts away human flesh, has no choice but to cover themselves in protective suits, and their faces with gigantic masks. This is the story of the children in this fearful world, this is "COCOLORS". The hand-drawn animation style gives "Cocolors" a unique look and there is a great level of details in both characters and backgrounds. The design of the suits and the world itself draws on a steam-punk aesthetic, with machinery and trailing wires, a large fan that is presumably purifying the air. Very few things about the world are explained, but if you look closely you can understand a lot about how the society functions. The film uses digital computer animation to give characters and objects a three-dimensional feel and there is a palpable weight and solidity to everything. A color palette largely consisting of browns, yellows and greys beneath the ground, and almost entirely of black and white above ground, helps bring to life this post-apocalyptic world, where almost all vibrancy and life has been eradicated. The music likewise relies on very limited instrumentation. In terms of the movie production technique, this movie tries to resurrect the Japanese traditional painting techniques: woodcut print and “ukiyoe”, by 3DCG animation. It is loved beyond the time, such as ingenuity of directing born by imposing restrictions to use only limited "color", expression expressing circumstance change by using delicate color difference repeatedly using the same cut We are actively incorporating the depth of traditional painting.

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Born in Tokyo in 1980. In 2003, Yokoshima has joined Kamikaze Douga, and he has produced a variety of movies as a director. In 2009, he directed a short movie "Amanatsu", which has garnered much praise worldwide, including The Stuttgart International Festival nomination. "COCOLORS" is his ambitious work that was made of all of his experience.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 5:25pm - 5:30pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: A series of short films featuring a digital actor with the likeness of Albert Einstein. The results are an artistic interpretation of Albert Einstein reappearing in contemporary context citing some of his famous quotes. This homage to the physicist and humanist further investigates how documentary film formats can extend their horizon by meaningful inclusion of digital actors. The creation process relied on a set of specialized tools which reduced the labor effort significantly. Digital assets have been released under Creative Commons to support the ongoing effort in creating convincing digital characters. https://go.animationsinstitut.de/einstein

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- 1996 university-entrance diploma at Fachoberschule Augsburg with subject art and design - 1996 - 1999 multimedia studies at FH Augsburg - 1999 - 2005 studies at Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg, diploma degree with subject animation and digital art Professional experience: since 1996 freelance designer, animator, CG-artist, director

Volker Helzle is in charge of Research&Development at Animationsinstitut of Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg. After graduating from Stuttgart Media University in 2000 he moved to California and worked at Eyematic Interfaces. In 2003 he joined Filmakademie to supervise Research&Innovation. He is the senior lecturer for the Technical Director course and FMX program consultant. In 2013 Volker received the honorary professorship of Filmakademie. Being a C-64 kid of the 80ties, Volker's life was strongly influenced by video games and early computer graphics. To this day he is a passionate gamer but also finds interest in analog activities like mountain hiking, gardening or yoga.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 5:30pm - 5:35pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: An afternoon at the swimming pool.

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In 2014 Luce Grosjean founded Sève Films, a distribution company destined to promote student films in animation festivals, but also young talent directors. In 2017, she associated with Miyu Productions to create Miyu Distribution, specialized in distribution in festivals and international sells.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 5:35pm - 5:40pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: THE BOLT CONNECTION was created by six students who recently graduated from Supinfocom Rubika, a 3D animation school. During the last year of the five-year program, they had the chance to work exclusively on a short film, about 7 minutes long in full CG. The original idea was found during the 4th year at school, and they developed the idea at this point. The production itself began in September 2017 and ended in June 2018.

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Nicolas has graduated from Supinfocom Rubika school (Valenciennes, France) with a Master in digital director. With Claire Cartier, Mathilde Dourdy, Thibault Grunenberger, Maurine Lecerf and Shih-Hui Pan, he co-directed the film "The Bolt Connection".

Claire has graduated from the Supinfocom Rubika school in Valenciennes with a Master in digital director.

Mathilde has graduated from the Supinfocom Rubika school in Valenciennes with a Master in digital director.

Thibault has graduated from the Supinfocom Rubika school in Valenciennes with a Master in digital director.

Maurine has graduated from the Supinfocom Rubika school in Valenciennes with a Master in digital director.

Shih-Hui has graduated from the Supinfocom Rubika school in Valenciennes with a Master in digital director.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 5:40pm - 5:45pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: As soon as the man passes away, he goes through various surreal experiences that lead him to become a beautiful rainbow in the end. This film with full of different shapes and forms of life wouldn’t provide one single conclusion to the audience. We are encouraged to watch the film numerous times and find new elements, questions and answers every time. On a side note, ’How to paint your Rainbow’ is a sequel to Erick’s previous film ‘How to eat your Apple (2012)’.

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Erick Oh is a Korean animator based in USA. His independent films have been introduced and awarded at numerous international film festivals including Annie Awards, Annecy, Hiroshima Animation Festival, SIGGRAPH, Anima Mundi and more. After receiving his BFA from Fine Art Department at Seoul National University and his MFA from UCLA’s film program, Erick worked at Pixar Animation Studios from 2010 to 2016 as an animator to participate in Oscar. Erick recently joined Tonko House and directed 'PIG : The Dam Keeper Poems' which was nominated at Annie Awards 2018 and won the Cristal Award at Annecy Animation Festival.

The founder & CEO of BEASTS AND NATIVES ALIKE in South Korea

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 5:45pm - 5:50pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: The two best rescue workers of the region are ready for their new mission. Despite their professionalism and their determination, it will not go as planned...

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In 2014 Luce Grosjean founded Sève Films, a distribution company destined to promote student films in animation festivals, but also young talent directors. In 2017, she associated with Miyu Productions to create Miyu Distribution, specialized in distribution in festivals and international sells.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 5:50pm - 5:55pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: Inspired by Visual Music, created with Trapcode Suite and animated with particles on music by Canadian band Tennyson, this project features the journey of an origami bird in a mysterious field of light.

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French self-taught Director and VFX artist with a specific interest in particles. Directed award-winning music videos, commercials for various clients including Mc Donald’s and Evian, the 8th Dubai International Film Festival opening sequence and a profile of fashion designer Paul Smith in his London studio. VFX supervisor on the Abu Dhabi Awards and the Ubisoft game Watch_Dogs. Contributor to 3D Artist and Trapcode Suite releases for Red Giant Software. Member of the Film Invasion L.A Filmmakers Board.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 5:55pm - 6:00pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: Our project get reward 2018 Design For Asia (DFA) Awards (HK): New Media - Bronze Award And 2018 ANIMAGO Jury's Prize nomination.

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Muh Chen is a renowned TVC & MV director based in Taiwan and widely contributed in Asia. Since graduating from Taiwan University of Arts with a Film major, he has dedicated the past decade of his career to direct breathtaking visual artworks by integrating filmmaking arts and digital technology in CG/VFX. His works has won numerous international visual awards.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 6:00pm - 6:05pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: A crazy scientist creates special glasses in order to examine some little creatures that are invisible to human eyes. These creatures may just explain a good proportion of our little daily annoyances…

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In 2014 Luce Grosjean founded Sève Films, a distribution company destined to promote student films in animation festivals, but also young talent directors. In 2017, she associated with Miyu Productions to create Miyu Distribution, specialized in distribution in festivals and international sells.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 6:05pm - 6:10pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: "Out of the Cradle" is a documentary employing CG, that showcases the latest academic theories pertaining to the birth of mankind. Our studio-through video game and movie development experience-has cultivated the technical expertise by which we were able to provide entertaining and stunning visuals. As with most academic studies, it can be difficult to imagine ancient settings. Based on the latest anthropological research, we added our own highly entertaining visual expressions to these theories, to create an engaging documentary, that is unlike no other. We hope you can catch a glimpse into the world of ages past through this film, contemplate on the most recent academic theories on human evolution.

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Entered SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD. in 2005. His main titles include: “Out of the Cradle” (NHK)(TV):Director He was also in charge of the positing, post-processing and supervision of “KINGSGLAIVE FINAL FANTASY XV” (SQUARE ENIX)(Movie), “FINAL FANTASY XV” (SQUARE ENIX)(game), “FINAL FANTASY” series (SQUARE ENIX)(game), and also handles the internal image pipeline and color management.

After directing the opening and ending movie sequences for “FINAL FANTASY TACTICS”(1996), he has been primarily put in charge of directing cut scenes. Some of his prominent works were featured in “FINAL FANTASY IX,” “CRISIS CORE -FINAL FANTASY VII- ” “The 3rd Birthday” “FINAL FANTASY TYPE-0” and “FINAL FANTASY XV”.

Isamu Hasegawa has been involved in development of video game titles at SQUARE ENIX CO., LTD. He was responsible for VFX and UI in the development of FINAL FANTASY XV, and has given many lectures in the universities and the conferences. Now he is a senior researcher at Luminous Productions Co., Ltd. (SQUARE ENIX group), and he is responsible for R&D in the studio. Also he is a member of the steering committee of SIG Software Engineering, a member of software engineering educational committee of Information Processing Society of Japan.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 6:10pm - 6:15pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: Luna is a vibrant young Chinese American girl who dreams of becoming an astronaut. From the day she witnesses a rocket launching into space on TV, Luna is driven to reach for the stars. In the big city, Luna lives with her loving father Chu, who supports her with a humble shoe repair business he runs out of his garage. As Luna grows up, she enters college, facing adversity of all kinds in pursuit of her dreams.

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Shaofu Zhang studied animation at the Academy of Art in San Francisco, where he directed the Student Academy Award winning short Dragonboy. Shaofu then joined the industry working on an array of films including Hotel Transylvania, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, Big Hero 6, Zootopia and Moana. In 2017 Shaofu founded TAIKO Animation Studios with a robust roster of his industry peers. With Directors Bobby Pontillas and Andrew Chesworth by his side Shaofu produced their debut short "One Small Step."

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 6:15pm - 6:20pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: PULSE was created by six students who recently graduated from Supinfocom Rubika, a 3D animation school. During the last year of the five-year program, they had the chance to work exclusively on a short film, about 7 minutes long in full CG. The original idea was found during the 4th year at school, and they developed the idea at this point. The production itself began in September 2017 and ended in June 2018.

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Sarah has graduated from Supinfocom Rubika school (Valenciennes, France) with a Master in digital director. With Cécile Floucat, Pauline Javelot, Juliette Gales, Thibaut Wambre and Kevin De Garidel, she co-directed the film "Pulse".

Cécile has graduated from the Supinfocom Rubika school in Valenciennes with a Master in digital director.

Pauline has graduated from the Supinfocom Rubika school in Valenciennes with a Master in digital director.

Juliette has graduated from the Supinfocom Rubika school in Valenciennes with a Master in digital director.

Thibaut has graduated from the Supinfocom Rubika school in Valenciennes with a Master in digital director.

Kevin has graduated from the Supinfocom Rubika school in Valenciennes with a Master in digital director.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 6:20pm - 6:25pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: Deep in the harsh countryside, where life fades with every breath, a boy tormented with grief battles an inescapable beast.

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In 2014 Luce Grosjean founded Sève Films, a distribution company destined to promote student films in animation festivals, but also young talent directors. In 2017, she associated with Miyu Productions to create Miyu Distribution, specialized in distribution in festivals and international sells.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 6:25pm - 6:30pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: I expressed the process of one's reflection through this short film. Senses, seen as spheres in the movie, travel and pass through the flexible texture of the mind. They leave their own traces as various shapes on the texture of the mind. The traces reform and become the memories.

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Ihsu Yoon is a CG artist with a background in art, design and architecture. His works are featured at festivals, such as SIGGRAPH in Vancouver and Onedotzero Adventures in London. Currently, He is a 3D art director at Giantstep after working for many awards winning studio including 1stAveMachine, Blur Studio, Method Studio, Psyop, The Mill.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 6:30pm - 6:35pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: THE STAINED CLUB was created by six students who recently graduated from Supinfocom Rubika, a 3D animation school. During the last year of the five-year program, they had the chance to work exclusively on a short film, about 7 minutes long in full CG. The original idea was found during the 4th year at school, and they developed the idea at this point. The production itself began in September 2017 and ended in June 2018.

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Mélanie has graduated from Supinfocom Rubika school (Valenciennes, France) with a Master in digital director. With Simon Boucly, Marie Ciesielski, Alice Jaunet, Chan Stéphie Peang and Béatrice Viguier, she co-directed the film "The Stained Club".

Simon has graduated from the Supinfocom Rubika school in Valenciennes with a Master in digital director.

Marie has graduated from the Supinfocom Rubika school in Valenciennes with a Master in digital director.

Alice has graduated from the Supinfocom Rubika school in Valenciennes with a Master in digital director.

Chan Stéphie has graduated from the Supinfocom Rubika school in Valenciennes with a Master in digital director.

Béatrice has graduated from the Supinfocom Rubika school in Valenciennes with a Master in digital director.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 6:35pm - 6:40pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: Set in a contemporary society of mice and rats, Hubert, a young observing rat, recites slam poetry full of hope within his head as he passes by individualistic strangers in the Parisian metro. Hubert´s poetry remains optimistic and persistent, despite the harsh reality of the world he lives in.

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In 2014 Luce Grosjean founded Sève Films, a distribution company destined to promote student films in animation festivals, but also young talent directors. In 2017, she associated with Miyu Productions to create Miyu Distribution, specialized in distribution in festivals and international sells.

Date: Wednesday, December 5th
Time: 6:40pm - 6:45pm
Venue: Hall C (4F, C Block)


Summary: Alan and Beverly, away hiking on a romantic getaway, are tenderly in love. Unfortunately, in the middle of their blinding happiness, they provoke - without even noticing it - the death of a marmot. Against an army of enraged and bloodthirsty rodents, Alan and Beverly’s perfect love won’t be of any use... While on a romantic getaway, Alan and Beverly cause a fatal accident. This crime won't remain unpunished...

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In 2014 Luce Grosjean founded Sève Films, a distribution company destined to promote student films in animation festivals, but also young talent directors. In 2017, she associated with Miyu Productions to create Miyu Distribution, specialized in distribution in festivals and international sells.

 

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