Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Welcome to Animacam IV edition

Once more time it starts a new edition of the International Animation Festival Online "Animacam". In this fourth edition is a pleasure to share with you these wonderful animated moments.

In 2011 we intend to continue offering you interesting works from all over the world, and new developments through the new interactive Web animacam.tv.

Among the innovations that you will find and that you will be discovering from these days, we highlight a new display video format, where you could select the option to watch videos in HD quality or standard. This ensures that the connection to the network from anywhere in the world won't be an impediment when enjoying the work of the great family that now makes up Animacam.

Furthermore we offer you a more dynamic, interactive and intuitive Web, for you to enjoy at its best way of every moment that we will share together.

To start this 2011 edition we offer you a representative group of films that certainly summarize the essence of the festival.

As a touchdown, our mates from ECAM bring us three great films that will compete for the short film category and that are extracted as follows:

"Dogballs" directed by Ernesto Felipe and  Hugo Llamas, a thriller animation which shows the work of a specialized hired murderer who deals with one of his customers. This acclaimed animated short film follows an intense essence of good black movies.

"Eso te pasa por Barroco" is a fun project by Pablo Serrano, Elsa Esteban, Angel Fariña, Vicky Gonzalez, Adrian Parra, Juan E. Forero and Iria Salgado, who through a great Stop-Motion with clay shows us the carefree story of a commensal with his food. Laughter is guaranteed

The most intense counterpoint comes from the hand of Zoe Berriatúa, who tells us through his disturbing animation, "La cosa de la esquina", the disturbing story of Janus Harper in the fight with his subconscious, or perhaps his reality ... you can judge it.

These three films will compete for the prize in its category accompanied by an excellent animated short film, courtesy of Alejandro Salmeron Galindo in his "Requiem", shows with nearly 20 minutes the search of a dying man of his salvation. Will he get at it?

To close the international presentations, the note comes from Greece thanks to Irili Siresli, who shows the most ecological side with the animations "Mission Mission Earth 1" and "Mission Earth 2". A great work that invites you to a sincere reflection and natural awareness.

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