MENU

New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival 2015  31st October 2015 –3rd November 2015

31st October – 3rd November 2015 31st October – 3rd November 2015

International Competition 2

●1st November 12:00 Theater1     
●3rd November 10:15 Theater3

HORSE

Director : Shen Jie

2013 / China / 0:04:17

Five chapters about horse are cut up.

GUEST

Shen Jie

Shen Jie (1989, Shanghai). He’s making films now.

guest

Priorities

Director : Gints Zilbalodis

2014 / Latvia / 0:09:25 / JRRMV

After his plane crashes on a small uninhabited island, a young man and his dog must find a way home.

GUEST

Gints Zilbalodis

Gints Zilbalodis(1994) is a Latvian filmmaker and animator. Currently writing, directing and animating a new animated short film and working as a freelance commercial director.

guest

The Immaculates

Director : Ronny Trocker

2013 / France / 0:13:28 / LE FRESNOY-Studio national des arts contemprains

December 2011, in a town in Northern Italy, a young man returns home as he does every evening and he discovers his 16-year-old sister in tears in front of their house. She tells him that she was brutally raped by two young Romani guys. The young man immediately goes in search of the attackers but cannot find them. The neighbourhood organizes a solidarity march in view of the event. The tension begins to rise…

Ronny Trocker

Ronny Trocker was born in 1978 in Bozen (Italy) and grew up in a small mountain village in the Dolomites. After school he followed an internship in a Berlin Sound-Postproduction house. During the three years in Germany and working as a sound assistant he also took part in several works with contemporary musicians, sound artists and theater. In 2004 he started 4 year studies in film directing at Universidad del Cine in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he made some short- and two documentary movies. Back in Europe he participated at Berlinale Talent Campus in 2008 and moved to Bruxelles with his family. From 2011 to 2013 he benefits of a scholarship by Le Fresnoy – Studio National des Arts Contemporains in Lille, France. Currently he is resident artist at the Cite International des Arts and the Centquartre-Paris, and he lives between Bruxelles and Paris.

The Horse Raised by Spheres

Director : David OReilly

2014 / United States,Ireland / 0:02:37 / David Oreilly / David Oreilly

Horse ponders his loneliness.

David OReilly

Irish-born and Los Angeles-based, David OReilly (b. 1985) is one of the most adventuresome, innovative—and impishly perverse—independent animation filmmakers working today. A darling of the festival circuit—he has won top prizes in Berlin, Ottawa, Annecy, Sundance, and beyond—OReilly directed Alien Child, the unforgettably funny and touching faux-animated video game in Spike Jonze’s Her (2013), as well as live visuals for M.I.A. at Coachella (2009) and the U2 animated music video “I’ll Go Crazy If I Don’t Go Crazy Tonight” (2009). He was the also first guest director in Cartoon Network’s 20-year history, creating the Adventure Time episode “A Glitch Is a Glitch.”

EDMOND

Director : Nina Gantz

2015 / United Kingdom / 0:09:22 / National Film And Television School

Edmond's impulse to love and be close to others is strong... Maybe too strong. As he stands alone by a lake contemplating his options, he goes on a journey backwards through his life, and revisits all his defining moments in search for the origin of his desires.

GUEST

Nina Gantz

Nina Gantz was born in Amsterdam and grew up in Rotterdam. Her graduation film from the St Joost in Breda Art School, Zaliger, went on to be selected at 37 festivals including the Annecy International Animated Film Festival, Encounters Film Festival and the Sichuan Festival in China where it was awarded the Golden Panda for Best Student Film.

guest

You Look Like Me

Director : Pierre Hébert, René Lussier

2014 / Canada / 0:05:47 / OTTOmani

I passed you by, I only passed you by, on the street, in the subway,
or rather I saw you, I only saw you, on television, in the newspapers,
I read the story of your life, I saw photos of you,
I saw you passing by, only passing by,
but I could’nt forget your eyes, they said to me :
“Little brother, little sister, you look like me.”

Pierre Hébert, René Lussier

Formerly an employee of the National film board of Canada where he directed over twenty animation shorts and a feature (La Plante humaine, best Quebec feature award 1996), Pierre Hébert is now an independent artist and filmmaker. Since 2001, he traveled the world with his musician colleague Bob Ostertag and presented the Living Cinema live animation performance over 80 times. He also worked with many other musicians. He equally collaborated with dance companies in New York, Montreal and France and published two books and many articles on cinema and animation. He also pursue a carreer as a visual artist. His current project is a new series of flims “Places and Monuments” for which he received from the conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec the prestigious «career grant» for cinema. In 2005, he was the recipient of the “Albert Tessier” cinema award from the Quebec government for lifetime achievement. In August 2010, he was granted an honorary professorship by the Emily Carr University of Art and Design.

Animation School Dropout

Director : Vince Collins

2014 / United States / 0:01:38

This is animation after all and any kind of motion is possible, but there must be rules. For example, if a character in your story can’t fly and then all of a sudden he can fly for no reason. As soon as something looks wrong or out of place, your audience will think about how weird that looked and you’ve lost them.

Vince Collins

Everybody’s always telling you you have to "be" something all the time. Like how duringthese early years it is important to start to "be" something. But it's gotta be something *they* want you to be. Anything *you* want to be is always a “whim” or “unrealistic” for crissakes. It gets on your nerves. It really does. You know what I’d like to be? I mean if I had my goddam choice? An animator. An animation artist. That’s all I’d do all day. I’d just animate stuff and all. I know it’s crazy, but that’s the only thing I’d really like to be.

Saucer Man

Director : Vince Collins

2015 / United States / 0:02:31

Saucer man, where are you headed in your saucer in the night……..

Vince Collins

Everybody’s always telling you you have to "be" something all the time. Like how duringthese early years it is important to start to "be" something. But it's gotta be something *they* want you to be. Anything *you* want to be is always a “whim” or “unrealistic” for crissakes. It gets on your nerves. It really does. You know what I’d like to be? I mean if I had my goddam choice? An animator. An animation artist. That’s all I’d do all day. I’d just animate stuff and all. I know it’s crazy, but that’s the only thing I’d really like to be.

Nuggets

Director : Andreas Hykade

2014 / Germany / 0:05:05 / Studio Film Bilder / Studio Film Bilder

Kiwi tastes a golden nugget. It's delicious.

Andreas Hykade

Andreas Hykade was born in the summer of love in Altötting, center of the Holy Mary cult. Since he´s been a grown-up, he´s created animated films for grown-ups. Now he´s a father, he creates animated films for children as well. Since 2015 he is also director of the Institute of Animation at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg.

Ernie Biscuit

Director : Adam Elliot

2015 / Australia / 0:21:00 / ADAM ELLIOT CLAYOGRAPHIES, Adam ELLIOT

The clayography of a lonely deaf Parisian taxidermist whose world is turned upside down and back to front when a dead pigeon arrives on his doorstep.

GUEST

Adam Elliot

Based in Melbourne Australia, Adam is the son of an acrobatic prawn farmer. He describes his pictures and animated films as Clayographies; bittersweet adult clay biographies based on his family, friends and acquaintances. He uses only traditional stopmotion and photographic techniques to create his work, and every prop, set and character is hand crafted using clay, cardboard, wire and paint. His films have participated in over 8oo film festivals and accumulated over 100 awards including the 2004 Short Animation Academy Award™ for HARVIE KRUMPET.

guest

協賛 :
  • 石屋製菓(株)
  • サッポロビール(株)
  • 東日本電信電話(株)
  • (株)北洋銀行
  • (株)北海道銀行
  • 北海道空港(株)
  • 北海道コカ・コーラボトリング(株)
  • (株)マテック
  • よつ葉乳業(株)
  • (株)ロイズコンフェクト
特別協力:
  • JAL
  • ANA
  • AIRDO
  • SKYMARK
主催:
新千歳空港国際アニメーション映画祭実行委員会
後援:
総務省 / 外務省 / 経済産業省 / 観光庁 / 東京航空局 / 北海道運輸局 / 日本政府観光局(JNTO) / 北海道 / 千歳市 / 日本アニメーション協会 / 日本アニメーション学会 / 日本動画協会 / 映画産業団体連合会 / 北海道新聞社 / NHK札幌放送局 / 北海道放送 / 札幌テレビ放送 / 北海道テレビ放送 / 北海道文化放送 / テレビ北海道 / エフエム北海道 / エフエム・ノースウェーブ / STVラジオ(順不同)
Chitose Hokkaido, JAPAN

新千歳空港国際アニメーション映画祭

事務局
〒060-0001
北海道札幌市中央区北1条西7丁目1-1 
CARP札幌ビル 5階
電話
011-206-1280[担当:小野、梅津]
(受付時間:平日10:00〜18:00、土日祝休み)
Mail
info[at]airport-anifes.jp