Saturday Symphony

Short film, 2015

My graduation film Saturday Symhony (2015) is a short animation about the atmosphere and excitement on a sunny Saturday in the city. For many, a familiar, warm feeling. The film builds up like a symphony with a focus on the contrast between serenity and liveliness.
The film is a painted on animation cells made with analog techniques and a digital touch.

Screened at more than 35 (animation) film festivals including Annecy International Animated Film Festival, Melbourne International Animation Festival, KLIK Amsterdam Animation Festival and Lowlands Music Festival.  

Ding-Dong is a personal crossmedia project about community. It depicts anonymity vs. social cohesion amongst neighbours and city life. The main medium of Ding-Dong is an AR book, for sale and for exhibition through an installation. A webseries and/or short film will be createf from the audiovisuals of the book.

 

This project is made possible and developed within the tailor made talent trajectory Next.

Next is initiated by Playgrounds and supported by PostPanic, Submarine, Solar World Cinema, independent filmmaker Frodo Kuipers, AKV|St. Joost, KABOOM film festival, Playgrounds and Provincie Noord-Brabant.

 

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