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Submited and accepted films, and their makers, are listed here!
IN.S.A.N.E animation film festival are happy to announce that over 500 animation films, 1 min to 1,5 h, from all over the world, all ready have been signed up. Thank you!
Edu Shola, Nigeria, Thought power, 5.34 min:
is IN.S.A.N.E.S. first film submited. As it is the first film signed up and relates to our theme, animation and noted events in society and I like the film, it is accepted. Congratulation!
Kunle, a young man who is consumed by negative thoughts, he thinks he is going to die by a gunshot. He made it a routine, he thinks negatively all day, all night, but one night he was faced with the reality he created with his thoughts.
This animated short is created to inspire you to take charge of your thoughts and use it positively and productively in all your endeavors, instead of subjecting your mind to ill-thoughts.
I am happy to annonce that, during the last week, 4 more films has been accepted:
Elliot Cowan, United States ,The Stressful Adventures of Boxhead & Roundhead, 1 hour 11 minutes 30 seconds:
When their home is destroyed, Boxhead & Roundhead must head to the big city to battle red tape, rent, rats and the rat race to get it back.
Art and industry, friendship and foul play are all in the mix in this, the most stressful adventure of all.
Arms Trade Treaty – Entry into Force Animation, Nathan Bayliss for Amnesty International, Phillipa Ellerton at Amnesty International, 1.45 minutes:
A global Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) became international law on 24 December 2014. To mark this historic piece of legislation, gifted motion graphics artist, Nathan Bayliss produced a short film for Amnesty International to illustrate the global flow of arms around the world and Amnesty International’s work in promoting the treaty for 20 years. Original music was provided by Sound Designer, Jamie Perera who also incorporated real life sounds of weaponry sourced from the Imperial War Museum in London, UK.
The Disney of Duivendrecht, a businessman’s idea of an artist, Flip Nagler, Netherland, 52 minutes:
Documentary on the ground-breaking puppet animation films with which the Dutch animation pioneer Joop Geesink conquered the world.
Jean-Baptiste Wery, France, HOUDINI, 52 minutes:
Houdini, New York, 1886.
Ten-year-old Harry has been obsessed with magic since infancy. But it is tedious and relentless work to learn magic, will Harry be strong enough to become a true magician?
It’s the beginning of a long and winding road for Harry.
Launay Francis, Turquety François
Wery Jean Baptiste, Petry Emmanuèle
So, stay tunded, you will be notified if your film is selected at the latest by august 10, 2015.
The festival’s vision is to have sections of films with the same topic being framed and sections of films from the same type of contributors, for example educational and informational films, films made of animation students, films with a specific topic…
This sections will be “coloured” :
– With panels regarding the framed subject
– By teachers and pupils storys
– By storys “behind” the scene…
– By workshops
– By book- and information tables
Looking forward to your creativity and your contribution at
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IN.S.A.N.E. animation film organiser