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by Dan Wenger, animation 2D, BA, 3’58”, 2021
A thumb meets the screen of a smartphone. What starts out as an innocent pastime develops into ongoing consumption, driven by relentless swiping movements. The screen becomes permeable and absorbs the thumb. This marks the beginning of an uncontrollable, wild ride through digital content.
by Sarah Binz e Viviane Barben, animation 2D, BA, 3’30”, 2021
In a cozy café, Charlie enjoys her coffee and reads a book. Her peaceful state of mind gets interrupted when a mysterious Jaguar sits down at her table. Nervously she observes him, as her comfort zone is overgrown by a lush jungle. Charlie is drawn into an inner conflict between curiosity and distrust.
by Natasha Carolus, Océane Klinger, Tamara Milosevic and Anahi Rodriguez, animation 2D, BA, 3’58”, 2021
In a dystopian world inhabited by sun-worshipping bird-people, a pitiful and lonely bird longs for an embrace from the unattainable cult leader.
by Lukas Bieri, animation LiveAction & VFX (CG), BA, 3’00”, 2021
In a not-too-distant future, the once picturesque city of Lucerne has become uninhabitable due to climate change. Beginning in an abandoned kitchen, the scope of the change is revealed on an ever-increasing scale, until finally the dried-up Lake Lucerne can be seen.
by Ana Scheu Amigo, documentary, 19’20”, 2021
o.v. Swiss-German, Sub. Eng.
Esther grew up on a remote farm in the mountains. Since her move to the city, many things have fundamentally changed for her. The place of her childhood, however, has remained the same. How can she stand by her values without distancing herself from her parents? A story about growing up, where feminism collides with Catholicism.
Mémoires de méduses
by Morgane Frund, experimental, BA, Video/Film, 8’40”, 2021
o.v. French, Sub. Eng.
A little girl with four arms. An immortal jellyfish. The mourning of the future we had imagined. An essay on what remains when a dream dies.