AT | 2016 | 04:22 | Veronika Abigail Beringer
How can someone imagine infinity? As a never ending played guitar riff, an immortal jellyfish or the endlessly expanding universe, collapsing at some point? Apeirophilie – which means the love to infinity – tries to discover this subject and shows a perspective in the form of a synaesthetic rhythm based on loops, which are digitally drawn or printed frame by frame on canvas.
Script | Animation | Production: Veronika Abigail Beringer
Calle San Francisco
AT | 2011 | 03:45 | Veronika Schubert
Experimental video of time-lapse shots of the Calle San Francisco in Bilbao.
Script | Animation | Production: Veronika Schubert | Music: Ulrich Troyer
The Clay Speech
AT | 2016 | 01:39 | Badri Skhirtladze
It is simple, but nor easy (Nikolaus Hipp)
Script | Animation | Production: Badri Skhirtladze
Dancing with You
AT | 2017 | 02:03 | Anna Vasof
Concept | Production: Anna Vasof | Cinematography: Peter Regner |
Live Music: Stefano D’Alessio
AT/FR | 2016 | 05:45 | Reinhold Bidner
An Audiovisual Experimental Animation based on Reinhold Bidner´s personal Paris-Dérives in 2015. The Idea was to walk through/explore and to feel inspired by the Urban Landscapes & Textures, the City, the Street Art, the People and the Museums of Paris as a starting point.
Script | Animation | Production: Reinhold Bidner
AT | 2017 | 02:11 | Anna Vasof
Concept | Production: Anna Vasof
AT | 2017 | 00:48 | Anna Vasof
What came first? The chicken, the egg or the foot?
Concept | Production: Anna Vasof | Cinematography: Themis Brofas, Xrysa Papasarantou | Music: Stefano D’Alessio
AT | 2013 | 01:55 | Eni Brandner
Concept | Animation | Production: Eni Brandner
AT | 2016 | 03:24 | Hubert Sielecki
A man is trying to mount his bicycle: He does not succeed because the bike rack is in his way. For the same reason he cannot jump off. But then he has a brilliant idea.
Script | Cinematography | Editing | Production: Hubert Sielecki
AT | 2015 | 02:13 | Alexander Gratzer
Script | Animation | Production: Alexander Gratzer
AT | 2017 | 04:00 | Nikolaus Jantsch
IO is a music video by the band Attic Giant that seeks to turn the poetic text and the associated music into a visual journey. The text describes a sense of us, but leaves much open, remains free, so that associations can be freely made.
Animation | Production: Nikolaus Jantsch
AT | 2016 | 02:20 | Beatrix Hollenstein, Dietmar Hollenstein
Perception of sound, alteration of light = individual impression, erotic?
Script: Beatrix Hollenstein | Production: QUADRATMETER OEG
AT | 2017 | 05:51 | Lukas Uvacek
In his animated film, Lukas Uvacek works with the terms “liveliness” and “rotations”. He uses graphically stylized mechanical elements and functions known from machine industry, to show better the biological situations of a life and its link to mechanical movements – a link between the natural and the unnatural. All components and situations are getting together in one large cycle which has its origin in the primary rotation movement of a gear.
Script | Animation | Production: Lukas Uvacek
AT | 2015 | 05:45 | Alejandro del Valle-Lattanzio
Quantum battle or dance?
Animation | Music | Production: Alejandro del Valle-Lattanzio
AT | 2016 | 04:31 | Norbert Trummer
Concept | Animation | Production: Norbert Trummer | Music: der schwimmer
AT | 2013 | 07:00 | Thomas Steiner
Theresia is a painted animation movie that transforms a series of photographs taken at a church into an abstract painting. The oval room and the camera movement within turns into a pictorial space allowing various possibilities of perception.
Animation | Music | Sound | Editing: Thomas Steiner
AT | 2012 | 11:00 | Paul Wenninger in collaboration with Nick Hummer
This real-animation film is atechnically impressive, varied, and precise tour de force. A consistent element throughout is a type of avatar of the director, a character created from real images, whom the film sends on a world journey, of sorts, within his own four walls. A wild process of transgression can begin. (Christian Höller)
Script: Paul Wenninger | Cinematography: Paul Wenninger, Nik Hummer |
Editing: Martin Music, Peter Kogler | Music: Michael Moser, Nik Hummer |
Sound: Nik Hummer | Production: Paul Wenninger, Gabriele Kranzelbinder