FROZEN 2014: BEST ANIMATION
July 18 only
Best Animation of 2014.
El Rudio Del Mundo
Coke Rioboo, 13 minutes.
A composer is afflicted by a strange illness: he can hear every noise in the world. Through his music he will find a way to keep the noise under control.
Francisco J. Cabrera, Alicia Esteban, Elsa Esteban, Juan E. Forero, Victoria Gonzalez, Adrian Parra, Iria Salgado, Huijun Shen, 5 minutes, 30 seconds.
Animation of special dog – PROJECT K-9.
Ty Coyle, 2 minutes, 56 seconds.
Baxter the raccoon makes his way into Granny’s Sweet Shop, but upon entering he gets so obsessed with the candy it it leads to his downfall.
Asia Lancaster, 8 minutes, 27 seconds.
A fearful balloon must learn to put his fragile life in the hands of an unlikely friend.
Flight of the Polar Bear
Norm Fassbender, 2 minutes.
Six hundred miles from solid ground, a polar bear swims for his life as a camera crew looks on.
Cosmic Flower Unfolding
Benjamin Ridgway, 2 minutes.
Cosmic Flower Unfolding is a constant flow of emerging and dissolving oceanic, futuristic, and mandala forms. It is a tribute to abstraction, its connection to the inner space we inhabit and how it can be externalized.
Stan Cameron, 3 minutes, 36 seconds.
Parents always have hopes and dreams for their child. But what happens if the child does not share those same dreams? Breed is a touching depiction of a child’s struggle for self-identity.
Kelvin Rodrigues, 5 minutes, 12 seconds.
An animated autobiographical short relating the coming of age of 17-year-old Kelvin Rodriguez.
John Martin, 2 minutes, 16 seconds.
An anthropomorphic ‘fish out of water’ tale of a whale that struggles to adapt to the Norwegian life… and diet.
Wise Choice or Lucky Guess
Ellen Raines, 4 minutes.
A recently deceased man has to make his own choice between heaven and hell, while sitting on an escalator.
Handi & V
Fenway Fan, 5 minutes, 37 seconds.
Grandpa V takes time capsules and starts to find his lost happiness…
Thomas Stellmach, 7 minutes, 22 seconds.
Synchronizing to the music, abstract ink drawings ‘grow’ in an interplay of curiosity, timid encounters, dynamic pursuits and confrontation, stimulating many emotions, which carry us off on a poetical journey to a musical world of pictures.
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