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SEAFF III | Love and Radio – Animal Parts

Dan recounts a mysterious visitation that had an unusual effect on him and his fellow travelers while touring the United States with his band. An animated extract from podcast Love and Radio.

Adam Wells is a animator from the UK, living in Stockholm. His work has been shown at festivals around the world, is full of the absurd, mysterious and occasionally comedic.

SEAFF III | Where The Truth Lies

Where the Truth Lies is a found footage collage poem for absurd times. Disparate images, sounds and text collide in a disorienting world of trickery and deception.

Diane Nerwen is a video artist and media arts educator. She has shown her work internationally, including screenings at the Berlin Film Festival, the Museum of Modern Art, NY, the Guggenheim Museum, NY, and the Tate Modern, London. She was awarded a DAAD Artist in Residence Fellowship in Berlin in 2001. Her work is distributed by Video Data Bank, Chicago and Vtape, Toronto. Nerwen was born in Montreal and lives in Brooklyn, NY


An animated music video for the song ‘I Am Sex’ by Israeli musician Alon Eder. Animated in a constant dynamic pace, the style mixes a childlike line with classic animation principles. The song, recorded on an 80’s Casio organ, deals with sex, anxiety, love and intimacy in a raw and honest way. Film budget: $0.

Yuval Haker was born in California and raised between London and Tel Aviv. Finished studies at Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem. Currently lives in NY working as a freelance animator/director. Yuval’s films try to take you on a strange trip through his brain and hopefully through yours as well. I am sex is his graduation film at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design.

SEAFF III | Day And Night

Day and night is like an autobiographical poem made of tears and love. A few years ago, Emma had a breakdown. The short-film traces her reconstruction through her own eyes.

Emma Séméria is a French director. She has a Master’s Degree in Cinema. Day and night is her second short-film. She is now editing her new short-film which was filmed in Nice (France) and talks about youth and grief.

Analysis Paralysis by Anete Melece

Humble brags

We at SEAFF would like to give our thanks to Stockholms Stad for supporting us to keep our festival running another year. This influx will be used to arrange film clubs leading up to our 2018 festival in December. But more on that further on.

Until then, we’d also like to highlight an interview we did for Cinema Scandinavia, full article can be read here , the interview can be accessed for free for 48 hours.

With this, we also consider our new website launched! Check out the archives to see our previously featured films.

Best regards, Linnéa and Alex.