2015-10-28 SCREENING: NEW ANIMATIONS

This Wednesday 28th October at 8:00 pm Kan-Kan Cinema Forum is presenting a cool selection of animations that have recently appeared on the international independent cinema stage.

ENTRY:  FREE !
PLACE: January Cafe, 101 Gaoan Rd, Metro Zhaojiabang Rd, line 7, 9

KAN-KAN MEDIA PRESENTS
NEW ANIMATIONS

MIGRATION
a film by by Fluorescent Hill, Canada, 2014, 6’
A vintage nature film explores the migratory pattern of a herd of wild creatures

MYNARSKI DEATH PLUMMET

by Matthew Rankin, Canada, 2014, 8’
A completely hand-made historical micro-epic on the final minutes of World War II hero, Andrew Mynarski.

FORTUNE FADED

by Alexander Heringer, Germany, 2012, 3’
‘Fortune Faded’ describes a journey, through suspended moments. The journey illustrates a story of a fateful concatenation, that ends in fire and ashes.

MR. OLSSON AND THE LONELINESS

by Simon Schneckenburger & Dominik Sackmann, Germany, 2013, 14’
A lighthouse keeper Mr. Olsson and his wive Alva live in the loneliest lighthouse of the norwegian sea. One day, Alva dies and the life of Mr. Olsson falls to pieces.

THE NIGHT OF THE DAYS
by Emma Vakarelova, France, 2014, 4’
Married to an alcoholic cosmonaute, Tzutza is a fat and hairy star, who wakes up every day to shine!

KETCHUP

by Yan Bai Shen & Guo Chun Ning, China, 2012

I spent my childhood in a quarter by a secret military factory in the mountains. As my family moved to LanZhou City, everything changed.

AUTUMN LEAVES

by Carlos De Carvalho, Aude Danset, France, 2013, 11’

Abel lives in the winter and Apolline in the summer: they never met each other until one day Abel crosses the border.

ANIMATE

by Jiamin Liu, UK, 2014

A combination of stop-motion and cut-out animation, surrealism and imagination to reveal the working process of an animator.