Duration: 83 minutes
The excesses of an unrestrained industrialized society are throwing animal, plant and human life into disarray. Animations on the secrets of wilderness, its vulnerability and unpredictable transformation.
Momoko Seto , FR 2011, 9´30´´
A miracle happens on the desert Planet Z: a water jet springs up and plants grow
Joan Gratz, USA 2011, 3´38´´
Landscape transforms like in an opium dream into the Pleasure Dome, inspired by the romantic poem by William Coleridge.
Polonca Lovšin, SI 2011, 13´35´´
Attention was devoted to urban life, while the countryside was seen as a hinterland for food-production. Today nature seems to be more natural in the city.
Karen Aqua, USA 2011, 4´08´´
The animal, vegetable, and mineral reside in a state of constant flux, reflecting a world of transience, mutability, and impermanence. Through the metaphor of transformation malleability, instability, and interconnectedness are explored.
Corrie Frances, NZ 2006, 15´
In the age of technological integration and urban life, people turn to the natural world for a wilderness experience.
Mar Delgado / Esaú Dharma, ES 2011, 3´
Why did the dinosaurs disappear? Did aliens build the pyramids? What is the truth of evolution?
Ali Taylor, UK 2004, 03´07´´
Puleng in South Africa struggles to take care of her ailing father as a terrible drought comes to an end with the arrival of rain.
Barbara Musil, AT 2007, 03´40´´
Marks on satellite pictures critically illustrate the market sentiments, i.e., the general mood that encourages investors to put their money into a certain area or deters them from doing so.
Christelle Soutif, FR 2008, 07´48´´
Gustave lets a farm seeds salesman convince him to buy Gerblo corn, a veritable weapon against caterpillars. Unfortunately the corn won’t assault only them….
Anitha Balachandran, US/IN 2008, 11´
In 2006 a flash flood devastated villages in the desert region of Rajasthan in western India.
Sarah Cox, UK 2010, 02´
Don´t pull the end of the thread, darn it…
Faith Hubley, US 2001, 06´30´´
Arctic hunters and fishers, the Inuit have been living in tune with the cycle of the seasons for centuries. Increasing industrialization is threatening to destroy their harmony with nature.