animatiefilm projecten

Gloria

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Synopsis

After a tragic car accident in which a woman loses her husband and her unborn child, the woman tries to leave the past behind and move forward with her life.

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Director: Iza Cracco
Duration : 10 min
Language: no-dialogue
Production year: 2021
Production company: Lunanime
Animation Studio: Lumière Studio
Producer: Annemie Degryse
With the support of:  Vlaams Audiovisueel Fonds – VAF, Lum.Invest, Belgische Taxshelter, Stad Gent, Cultuur Gent

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Peace

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Director:  Roman Klochkov
Writer: Roman Klochkov
Produced by: Lunanime

Synopsis

War seems inevitable as rival factions bear down on each other, armed to the teeth and unwilling to negotiate. Then a single shot precipitates peace.

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Animated short
1’10”
16:9
no dialogue
2D computer animation
Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF)
Lumière

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Festival selections:

  • Festival du Film Merveilleux et Imaginaire – France (2014)
  • Montreal World Film Festival – Canada (2014)
  • Fantoche International Animation Film Festival – Switzerland (2014)
  • Museum of Modern Art New York (The Great War Programme) – USA (2014)
  • Netherlands Film Festival (2014)
  • Animated Film Festival Animatou – Switzerland (2014)
  • Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur – Belgium (2014)
  • Naqsh Short Film Festival – Bahrein (2014)
  • Valladolid International Film Festival – Spain (2014)
  • Arras Film Festival – France (2014)
  • Monstra – Lisbon (2015)
  • Tehran International Animation Festival – Iran (2015)
  • Ciné Privé – Ghent, Belgium (2015)
  • ANIMA MUNDI – Brazil (2015)

Peace on Earth

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Director:  Christophe Gérard
Writers: Christophe Gérard & Jérôme Berteloot
Producers: Les Films du Nord, La Boîte Productions, Lunanime

Synopsis

Night is falling somewhere on Earth. Here and there ovoids cross the sky and fall into the ground. A little later we come across empty benches and fishing rods lying on the grass… Everything becomes strangely calm.

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Animated short
14′
1:1.85
no dialogue
traditional animation and 2D computer
Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), Centre du Cinéma et de l’Audiovisuel de la Communauté Française, France 2, Région Nord-Pas-de-Calais, CNC, Procirep/Angoa

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Festival selections:

  • Cinématou (Genève, Switzerland) – 2009
  • Animanima (Serbia) 2009
  • Animadrid (Madrid, Spain) – 2009
  • Anim’est International Animation film festival (Romania) – 2009
  • International animation film festival Tindirindis (Lithuania) – 2009
  • L’Alternativa (Barcelona, Spain) – 2009
  • San Sebastian Horror and Fantasy Film (Spain) – 2009
  • “Les Nuits Magiques” (France) – 2009
  • Short Film Festival Villeurbanne (France) – 2009
  • Anima (Brussels, Belgium) – 2010

Betty’s Blues

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Director:  Rémi Vandenitte
Voice actors: Peter Russel, Richard Wells, Julien Dexant, Anton Setola, Aengus O’Halpin, Nancy Denney-Phelps & Kurt Vandendriessche
Producers: Les Films Du Nord, La Boîte… productions, Lunanime

Synopsis

The story begins in the basement of a worn-out blues bar in Louisiana in the 1980s. A few regular customers are having a drink. A guitarist gets on stage and everybody comments on the newcomer. The guitarist draws the attention of the audience by tapping the microphone. He introduces himself. He will tell them the true story of Blind Boogie Jones.

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Animated short
11′
16:9
English
Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), Cinema and Audiovisual Centre of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation, CNC, Procirep Angoa Agicoa, Région Poitou-Charentes, U Fund & U Short, France 3

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Festival selections – highlights:

  • Anima (Flagey, Brussel) Belgium
  • Holland Animation Film Festival, Netherlands
  • Brussels Short Film Festival, Belgium
  • Festival International du Film d’Animation d’Annecy, France
  • Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Festival, South Korea
  • Anima Mundi, Brazil
  • Croq’Anime, France
  • Animanima, Serbia
  • Film Festival Oostende, Belgium

850 Meters

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Director:  Joeri Christiaen
Writers: Joeri Christiaen, Karim Rhellam, Perrine Gauthier
Voice actors: Manu Garijo, David Gasman, Mirabelle Kirkland, Barbara Beretta
Producer: Thuristar, Lunanime

Synopsis

A not-so-brave knight is on a quest for Fame and Fortune – legend says rescuing a princess is the way to go. And in those same fairy tales, there’s only one way to slay the dragon that holds the fair lady captive: find the invincible sword. To reach his goal, the knight is ready to go far. Maybe even as far as 850 meters…

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animated short
14’45”
2.35
English
Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), Province East-Flanders, Canal+, Belgian Tax Shelter
Thuristar

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Festivals and awards – highlights:

  • Festival Internacional de Cine de Lanzarote — Spain, April 2013
  • Chilemonos International Animation Festival — Chile, May 2013
  • International Film Festival for Children and Youth (FICAIJ) — Venezuela, May 2013
  • Special Mention (adult jury)
  • RabbitFest, Festival di Cinema di Animazione — Italy, June 2013
  • Neum Animated Film Festival — Bosnia-Herzegovnia, June-July 2013
  • Mundos Digitales Festival — Spain, July 2013
  • Audience Award
  • Supertoon — Croatia, July-August 2013
  • Anima Mundi — Brazil, August 2013
  • Anibar – Kosovo, August 2013
  • Animated Eden – England, September 2013
  • Film Festival Oostende – Belgium, September 2013
  • Shnit International Short Film Festival – Switzerland, October 2013
  • KuanDu International Animation Festival – Taiwan, October 2013
  • SIGGRAPH Asia – Hong-Kong, November 2013
  • Miami International Animation Festival, USA
  • Yerevan International Animation Film Festival, Armenia
  • Golden Orchid International Animation Festival, USA

Swimming Lesson

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Director:  Danny De Vent
Voice actors: Yael Sertons, Emma Sertons, Pierre Louis De Clercq
Production: Lunanime, La Boite… productions, Les Films du Nord/Digit Anima, NIAF

Synopsis

Swimming Lesson tells the story of four year old Jonas, going to the swimming pool for the very first time. In his eyes, the swimming pool is a terrifying place full of dangers. He tries to escape but falls in the deep end of the pool, floating on his little swimming wings. Escaping the attention of the adult attendants, now he can only count on himself to get out of this unintentional dive. Facing the horrors he encounters, he gradually overcomes his fear.

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Animated short
10′
digital paper cut-outs with 3D
Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF)
Lumière

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Festival and awards: Swimming Lesson was selected for over 80 festivals

Highlights:

  • Festival Anima – Brussels – Belgium
  • Festival Anima Mundi – Brazil –
  • Ottawa Animation Film Festival – Canada –– Award: Best short film for children
  • Nederlands Films Festival – Netherlands – Honourable Mention
  • Festival Aninanima – Serbia
  • KLIK ! – Amsterdam – Netherlands
  • Filmfestival Leipzig – Germany
  • Festival Ourense – Spain
  • Cork Film Festival – Ireland
  • Valladolid Film Festival – Spain
  • Ghent Film Festival – Belgium – Grand Prix
  • Festival Cinématou – Genève – Switzerland
  • Amiens Film Festival – France
  • Festival Cinéjeune de Saint Quentin – France – Award : Best Animated Short
  • Festival du film court de Villeurbanne – France – Audience Award
  • Bradford Animation festival – UK
  • Leids Film Festival – Netherlands
  • Festival du film de Vendôme – France – Prix Cinécole
  • Animac 2009 – Spain
  • Festival Ale Kino – Poland
  • Festival Cinéjunior – France – Young Audience Award
  • Festival GoShort – Netherlands
  • Festival Les Toiles de Mer – France – Grand Prix + Special Audience Mention
  • Athens Animfest – Greece
  • Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen – Germany
  • Festival Trickfilm – Stuttgart – Germany
  • Festival NAFF – Neum – Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • IndieLisboa – Portugal
  • Krok Film Festival – Ukraine – Special Jury Award
  • Festival Fantoche – Switzerland
  • Kuki Short Film Festival – Germany
  • Interfilm Berlin – Germany
  • Nueva Mirada – Argentine – Best Animated Short for Children
  • Encounters Short film festival – UK

Jazzed

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Director:  Anton Setola
Producer: Lunanime – Annemie Degryse
Co-producer: La Boîte productions, Les Films du Nord – Arnaud Demuynck, NIAF – Ton Crone

Synopsis

An aimless character is confronted by his roots during his nights on the town. It leaves him not only with a serious hangover, but also with a doubtful self image.

Jazzed incites the audience on an introspective journey by pushing the main character, Jack, to release his most mysterious, profound and imperceptible emotions.

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Animated short
7′
No dialogue
2D paperless animation (TV Paint)
Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), CNC (Centre du Cinéma et de l’Audiovisuel)

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Festivals and awards: selected for over 70 festivals
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  • Leuven Kort – Belgium
  • Ghent Film Festival – Belgium – Honourary Mention
  • Festival Anima – Brussels, Belgium – Prix Cinergie
  • Go Short – Nijmegen – Netherlands
  • Athens Animfest – Greece – Special Jury Mention
  • Festival Mediawave – Hungary
  • Brussels Short Film Festival – Belgium – Critic’s Award
  • Melbourne Animation Festival – Australia
  • Annecy Animation Festival – France
  • Anima Mundi – Brazil
  • Fest Anca – Slovakia
  • LIAF – London – UK
  • Krok Film Festival – Ukraine
  • Nederlands Film Festival – Netherlands
  • KLIK ! Amsterdam – Netherlands
  • Interfilm Berlin – Germany
  • Ottawa Animation Festival – Canada
  • DOK Leipzig – Germany
  • Curtocircuito – Spain
  • Anim’est – Romania
  • Cinématou Genève – Switzerland
  • HAFF – Netherlands
  • Etiuda & Anima – Poland
  • Zinebi – Bilbao – Spain
  • Brussels Independent Film Festival – Belgium – Award: Best Debut
  • Curtas Vila do Condo – Portugal
  • Leids Film efstival – Netherlands
  • NAFF Neum Animation Film Festival – Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Animateka International Animation Film festival – Panorama
  • Animac – International Animation Film Festival of Catalonia – Spain
  • Lisbon Animated Film Festival Monstra – Portugal
  • Tiburon International Film Festival – Tiburon, USA
  • Animator International Animation Film Festival – Poznan, Poland
  • International Animation Film Festival Golden Kuker – Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Cinanima International Animated Film Festival – Lissabon, Portugal

 

A Cat in Paris

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Original title: Une Vie de Chat
Directors:
Jean-Loup Felicioli, Alain Gagnol
Producer: Folimage, Lunanime, Digit Anima

Synopsis

In Paris, a cat who lives a secret life as a cat burglar’s aide must come to the rescue of Zoe, the little girl he lives with, after she falls into a gangster’s clutches.

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animated feature
64′
16:9
French (original version – Dutch and English dub available)
traditional hand-drawn animation
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Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), CNC, Canal+, France Televisions, Région Rhône-Alpes, Département de la Drôme, Centre Images – Région Centre, Media-Media I2I, Procirep/Angoa

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Festivals and awards:

  • OSCARS 2012 Nomination
  • “Best of Anilogue” Prize at Anilogue Festival of Budapest, Hungary 2011
  • 1st Prize, International animation film festival of Chicago, USA 2011 (best animation feature film – children jury)
  • Nomination : European Film Awards (European Film Academy, Berlin, 2011)
  • Nomination : César for Best Animation Feature Film, France 2011
  • Official selection, Berlinale 2011

Funan

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Director:  Denis Do
Writers: Denis Do and Magali Pouzol
Producer: Les Films d’Ici, Epuar, Lunanime

Synopsis

The story of a young woman who, under the Khmer Rouge regime, has to learn how to fight back and exist. To survive. To find her son who was taken from her during the exile from Phnom Penh. Funan won the Cristal du long métrage at Annecy International Animated Film Festival.

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feature film
French
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2D computer animation

Ollie

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Concept:  Anton Setola
Producer: Lunanime

Synopsis

In a very busy city, there is a peaceful place. lt’s a little park, closed in and for­gotten, in the middle of the city.

lt is where you can find Ollie and his friends.

A little owl, a small stork, a young frog and five little birds live there, and have many adventures together. lf you want to meet them, you best come at nightfall.

That’s when the city turns quiet and everybody goes to sleep. Except for Ollie and his friends who are still awake, just long enough for a little adventure.

You are very welcome there …

.. if you can find it.

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animated preschool series
52×4′
Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF), KETNET & The MEDIA programme of the European Union

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