KinOpoÉTicaS - Katari Kamina
Katari Kamina is one of the 7 short films that make up the KinOpoÉTicaS series; audiovisual essay that reflects on art, aesthetics and history of Latin America. In this short film, a tribute to the legacy of Tupac Katari, who even in 1781 led an immense uprising in the Andean highlands demanding freedom and equality.
Hedgehog in Love
An experimental cartoon that unites various techniques - puppet, sand & water (ebru) animations. Created by director and composer Alexander Sparinsky; patron of the arts Sieghard Raschdorf; Tamara Bernadska, doll's author and maker; Daria Pushankina, sand & water (ebru) animator; Andrew Slisarevsky, puppet animator; Daria Pushankina & Alexander Krivitsky, camera; Sofia Boyko, vocal; Michael Didyk, sound engineer.
The Last Supper / Grosse Bouffe
This film is about a very high-class family having Christmas dinner in their very fine house in Paris. As they start eating the meat on the table, their instincts, their behavior evolves, they keep craving more meat. This film shows the link between what we eat and what the animals have to suffer to get into our plates.