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Cast Iron \ Yağız Mehdiabbas \ Turkey

Turkish director who directed many shorts before questions the position of the technological developments in human benefits and searching an answer if materials are being transformed exactly the opposite side of human benefits.

Art by Chance 2011 Selection

A Clockwork Blossom
by Elena Faccenda, Luce Lacquaniti, Yassmin Yaghmai
Italy

Three classmates from Italy tries to show us how human beings role in the nature changed from observer to the organizer with a colorful visual language. Also there is a point of this sincere and

Three classmates from Italy tries to show us how human beings role in the nature changed from observer to the organizer with a colorful visual language. Also there is a point of this sincere and real thing may be lost forever.

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Brain Eater
by Shenja Berline
Belarus

A part from experimental film Miniatures which awarded at Minsk, Terra Nerva and Kinavarka international film festivals. Visualises that; the funny situations, worries and doubts that people put

A part from experimental film Miniatures which awarded at Minsk, Terra Nerva and Kinavarka international film festivals. Visualises that; the funny situations, worries and doubts that people put themselves into, include some destructive changes.

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Breathe In / Out
by Nina Peter
Germany

German director Nina Peter describes her movie with these words: "In a dance-like movement, a shirt falls from a 4th-floor window - and, finally lying on the ground, begins to "breathe".There is

German director Nina Peter describes her movie with these words: "In a dance-like movement, a shirt falls from a 4th-floor window - and, finally lying on the ground, begins to "breathe".There is no sound - the sound of one's own breathing becomes the soundtrack while watching.”

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Cast Iron
by Yağız Mehdiabbas
Turkey

Turkish director who directed many shorts before questions the position of the technological developments in human benefits and searching an answer if materials are being transformed exactly the

Turkish director who directed many shorts before questions the position of the technological developments in human benefits and searching an answer if materials are being transformed exactly the opposite side of human benefits.

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Change Is About..
by Stefano Bagnoli
Italy

Stefano Bagnoli who is also a photographer lives in Rome. In this film director calls attention to beginnings and endings also dilemma over human feelings. He describes his film with these words:

Stefano Bagnoli who is also a photographer lives in Rome. In this film director calls attention to beginnings and endings also dilemma over human feelings. He describes his film with these words: "Change is about pursuing a future when your past is dying.”

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Climate Socks
by Niklas Ben el Mekki
Germany

Niklas Ben el Makki is studying Film & TV at Munih MHMK and he admires what visuals can tell without sounds and writings. In his film's one line synopsys he points: "The world belongs to our

Niklas Ben el Makki is studying Film & TV at Munih MHMK and he admires what visuals can tell without sounds and writings. In his film's one line synopsys he points: "The world belongs to our children, but that does not mean that only they have to take care of it.”

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Cognite
by Milos Obradovic
Italy

In his short film Milos obradovic shows us how some changes far away can be effective on our own lives from an astronaut’s viewpoint. Do we need such a perspective to notice some very important

In his short film Milos obradovic shows us how some changes far away can be effective on our own lives from an astronaut’s viewpoint. Do we need such a perspective to notice some very important things?

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Currency and the Future
by George Sikharulidze
The USA

Director from New Jersey, George Sikharulidze is studying Media, Culture & Communication at NYU. He describes his film with these words: "Interpreting the word "change" both as a signifier of

Director from New Jersey, George Sikharulidze is studying Media, Culture & Communication at NYU. He describes his film with these words: "Interpreting the word "change" both as a signifier of transformation and, in the English context, a synonym of coinage, this film explores the physical change of American currency over the span of a century, as well as the trajectory of current global economics.”

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Democreative
by Semih Uzunlar
Turkey

Democreative is quietly pointing a truth that almost everyone know but avoid to talk about with an animation. 19 years old director Semih Uzunlar is studying advertising at Bilgi University and

Democreative is quietly pointing a truth that almost everyone know but avoid to talk about with an animation. 19 years old director Semih Uzunlar is studying advertising at Bilgi University and interested in films and animations.

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Fade Up
by Miro Mastropasqua
Germany

In his film Miro Mastropasqua uses stop motion technique with a architectural concept to point to the changes and transformings that surrounding us. What is our position in this changing

In his film Miro Mastropasqua uses stop motion technique with a architectural concept to point to the changes and transformings that surrounding us. What is our position in this changing environment, are we changing inside also?


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Green Peas
by Sergey Yazvinsky
Russia
Russian director Sergey Yazvinsky used peas in his stop motion film to criticize the relation between authority and the people. Film also has some black humor feeling and an original expression.
Growing
by David Köhlmeier
Austria

David Köhlmeier says it’s meaningful that his stop motion film will be visible all over the world which he made using photos of his grandfather who wanted to be an actor and died last january. And

David Köhlmeier says it’s meaningful that his stop motion film will be visible all over the world which he made using photos of his grandfather who wanted to be an actor and died last january. And he says if he was still alive he would be very happy about it.

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Hope
by Sebastien Ginestra
France

French director Sebastien Ginestra in his science fiction short which takes place after a nuclear disease, shows us there is always hope. In today’s world which nuclear energy is being discussed

French director Sebastien Ginestra in his science fiction short which takes place after a nuclear disease, shows us there is always hope. In today’s world which nuclear energy is being discussed this pointing at the issue is very fair and meaningful.

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Illusions
by Nicola Gastaldi
Italy

Freelance fiction and motion graphic producing digital artist Nicola Gastaldi went on tour with Fiorelli Show in 2009 and 2010. Film questions if only a single point can change our whole life

Freelance fiction and motion graphic producing digital artist Nicola Gastaldi went on tour with Fiorelli Show in 2009 and 2010. Film questions if only a single point can change our whole life and is the thing holding people together is similarities or differences.


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Keep on Trying
by Lee Daniels
Brazil

South Korean director has been living in Sao Paulo for 20 years. In his film he points at how little changes can easily triggers some bigger ones with it’s director’s words: "Even the simplest of

South Korean director has been living in Sao Paulo for 20 years. In his film he points at how little changes can easily triggers some bigger ones with it’s director’s words: "Even the simplest of acts can change a person's life.”

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Manhattan 4.33pm
by Lizzie Oxby
The UK

Awarded at festivals like Raindance Welcome to the Extraordinary Short Film Festival our director Lizzie Oxby is graduated from Royal College of Art and giving lectures at Central St Martins also

Awarded at festivals like Raindance Welcome to the Extraordinary Short Film Festival our director Lizzie Oxby is graduated from Royal College of Art and giving lectures at Central St Martins also took place at British Animation Awards jury. She inspired by joy of the New York skyline for her film.

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minor CHANGES
by Frank Bertram
Germany
minor CHANGES is about little changes which are almost invisible. In the rush of our daily lives can we notice this minor changes? How often we catch daily changes and be touched by these?
Mousetrap
by Eckhard Kruse
Germany

Eckhard Kruse name is called with Art by Chance for three years now. In the third year he took his part in our selection with his animation. Echard Kruse is professor for Applied Computer

Eckhard Kruse name is called with Art by Chance for three years now. In the third year he took his part in our selection with his animation. Echard Kruse is professor for Applied Computer Science at the Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University. In his film he points at how technology can set traps for human beings.


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Offlive
by Dennis Schnieber
Germany

20 years old director from Germany, Dennis Schnieber points at an important issue, social networks and it’s effects on human relations. Social connection between people is being evolved nowadays

20 years old director from Germany, Dennis Schnieber points at an important issue, social networks and it’s effects on human relations. Social connection between people is being evolved nowadays and Dennis Schnieber visualised this issue successfully.

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Primitive (Love)
by Dimo Petrov Trifonov
Bulgaria

Dimo Petrov Trifonov describes himself as a Multidisciplinary Artist. 20 years old artist is making an effort on motion graphic, photography, video ve illustration. Director describes his film

Dimo Petrov Trifonov describes himself as a Multidisciplinary Artist. 20 years old artist is making an effort on motion graphic, photography, video ve illustration. Director describes his film with these words: "Primitive shapes represent the feeling of love with motion.”


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Sleepyhead
by Nenko Genov
Bulgaria

Bulgarian director Nenko Genov points to how occasionally we use our head define his film as a tale about our mechanical way of life where you act without having any time to use your head. Will

Bulgarian director Nenko Genov points to how occasionally we use our head define his film as a tale about our mechanical way of life where you act without having any time to use your head. Will you even notice if you lose it?

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Teeter-Totter-Tam
by Constantine Konovalov
Russia

Relationships and encounters brings changes within. Could we keep the balance while this change is occuring? Russian director points to these issues with a entertaining point of view.

Relationships and encounters brings changes within. Could we keep the balance while this change is occuring? Russian director points to these issues with a entertaining point of view.


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The Duel
by Aaron Rositzka & Julius Krenz
Germany

Aaron Rositzka and Julius Krenz are music videos and short films producing video artists from Germany. Last year they took part in Art by Chance selection with their film "Twentyfourseven”. In The

Aaron Rositzka and Julius Krenz are music videos and short films producing video artists from Germany. Last year they took part in Art by Chance selection with their film "Twentyfourseven”. In The Duel they tries to visualise "the ever recurring struggle against the inner demon that challenges any living creature”.

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