Films clasificados. En orden de proyección:

 

“Bonsai” 2011 Oscar Martin (España) 14 min 32 s.

El árbol es un puente entre la tierra y el cielo, lo humano y lo divino. Aquel que pueda cultivar un árbo en un cuenco, tiene asegurada la inmortalidad. Así es el arte del Bonsái.

 

“Hello! An idea for a new video”  2010. Neno Belchev (Bulgaria) 3m 3s.

The first minute is an interpretation of two old jokes in nowadays situation. After that, in next 2 minutes there are some explanations about it. But the most important are the last 10-15 seconds from the video.
Web: http://www.vimeo.com/nenobel

“Après le feu” 2010. Jacques Perconte (Francia) 7’09”.

In Ajaccio, when walking up in the middle of the night, some people thought their houses was on FIRE… In August 2009 I travelled by train through these Corsican lanas burnt by summer fires. The landsacape will be different during many years. I filmed the devastation. A few miles from Ajaccio, Corsica, burnt land is buckling Ander the weight of its colors. The ground is falling apart, realeasing pictural energies that take over the sky. I’m starting at the vanishing skyline. And the train keeps on rolling…

 “Axiom” 2010. Rally Grizzell Larson (Philadelphia, EEUU). 1 min   

 

“Genghis Khan’s  Dreams” 2009. Danny Winkler & Emilia Loseva (Reino Unido) 12,44 min

 

The film was made out of footage shot in the museum of legendary Soviet director Sergey Parajanov in Yerevan, Armenia, with their co-operation, and completed in our own Studio in London.

We presnt this film to swell amongst your senses. Sculptures as a poetic movement with a desire to match that dreamy state of breath and to visualize the rhytm of the substance pulsating in between the real and unreal, Genghis Khan’s Dreams is short and interrupted like a deamitself. Images flota and tranform to livid flickr by the end. On the bordeline of imaginable and posible scenarios, the camera transcendí the unpredictable cadentes of eroded textura, fragile frames and vibrating colours.

The inert forms rage against the trae embodiment: the lace of a tablecloth falls down onto the chasm of the interior like snow at night; the sleeping Genghis Khan is justa n incorporeal shining outline; the cards are shuffled as is their purpose –their symbolism is vague while telling the fortune; the fans flota like angels; the flowers fall apart into petals; the photographs become yellow with time and the images of dearest ones fade also; the gods at their gólgotas become de-personified into clear luminescence, shroud and crêpe.

 

“Metropol Drift Reaction” 2011. David Anthony Sant (Corea del Sur – Reino Unido) 4 min 11s.

The filming method used to create this film can best be described as Extemporaneous Film Making. The filming process evolved over a period of four weeks with instances of poetic motion being captured erratically and within three or more takes. Decisions about what to capture and what not to capture germinated and became themes within a work that documents an odyssey through some of the districts of Seoul, South Korea.
“Rastros” 2010. Jeymer Gamboa (Argentina) 14 min 24 s.

Un hombre realiza un viaje en auto con un oscuro objetivo en el que intentará borrar los rastros que ha dejado.

 

 

3ª clasificada

“Tierra roja” 2011. Miriam Isasi, María Salazar, Víctor Santamarina (España) 5 min 38 s.

Pamplona 2011. La identidad de la ciudad es un estrato de tradiciones ancestrales que perviven actualizándose con el paso del tiempo. Desde una mirada visitante aparecen los vestigios de la ciudad amurallada pero permeable a la vez al paso de los peregrinos, o a los turistas de San Fermín. Una constante de flujos intermitentes se van sucediendo en el tiempo y generan contextos y situaciones que determinan los rasgos propios de Pamplona y sus habitantes, dando forma a una identidad contemporánea de la ciudad.

 

 

2º premio

“Everybody knows that the bird is the Word” 2011 Saray Blades (España) 1 min 45 s.

Acciones cometidas durante la infancia, tienen sus consecuentes reacciones en la edad adulta.

 

 

1er premio:

“Museum of revolution” 2011. Beate Hecher / Markus Keim (Austria) 5 min.

Museum of Revolution: a dismantling of German everyday culture in the age of re