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SEAFF 2017 | NOCTURNE

At night the forest creatures gather to gamble, putting their innermost at stake.

Since graduating from the Kassel School of Art and Design Anne Breymann has been working as a puppet builder, designer and animator for international animated film and tv productions. She received Artist in Residence grants from the Netherlands Institute for Animation film, the Abbey of Fontevraud in France and the Finnish Saari Residence.

SEAFF 2016 | Arts + Crafts Spectacular #3

Director | Sébastien Wolf & Ian Ritterskamp

Arts + Crafts Spectacular #3 depicts the shooting of Andy Warhol back in 1968 and his ensuing nightmares. Layers of reality and fiction become intertwined as they climax in a TV episode in Valerie Solana’s’ prison cell. The film builds on artists’ myths, as they themselves become subject to popular culture.

Wolf and Ritterskamp studied fine arts at Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in Germany. They both live and work in Berlin.

SEAFF 2016 | The Separation Loop

Director | Leyla Rodriguez

Rodriguez interventions in the public space through temporary textile installations, objects and videos have been exhibited in numerous galleries and shown at film festivals worldwide. She was born in Buenos Aires and currently lives and works in Hamburg/ Germany. Recent exhibitions include MuVIM Museu Valencià de la II-lustració i la Modernitat, Valencia Spain (2015), Peruvian & Nord American Cultural Institue of Cusco, Peru(2014), Takis Katsoulidis Engraving Museum, Messini Greece (2013), Kunstverein Rostock, Rostock Germany (2013), The State Hermitage Museum St Petersburg Russia (2012), The Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena USA (2012), Tromso Kunstforening, Tromso Norway (2011) and the Hirshhorn Museum, Washington D.C. USA (2011). She was the recepient of The Kraft New Media Prize in 2011.

SEAFF 2016 | Pinya Koala

Marc Alongina, Pinya Koala

Pinya Koala is animated in sober black & white with clear lines and comic influences to build a surreal universe of organic forms. Impossible creatures are dancing with tropical fruits- absurd references to the pop culture as ingredients for this opera prima.

Marc Alongina received an Bachelor of Arts from University of Barcelona. He work as a graphic designer and Illustrator in Barcelona and Munich.