A man lives alone in a small apartment. The little contact he had with other people has dropped to zero since the rabbit appeared. Every attempt to get the rabbit out of his apartment has failed and since he is not sure whether or not pets are allowed in the building, he does not let anybody enter his apartment.
Written, Directed and Animated by Egmont Mayer
Producer: Flora Grolitsch
Effects TD: Stefan Habel
Animation: Michael Schulz, Wolfram Kampffmeyer, Sonja Kumbarji
Character Modelling: Egmont Mayer
Modelling: Paul Stoll, Wolfram Kampffmeyer
Sounddesign and Mixing: Michael J. Diehl
Music: Chris Bremus
Foley Artist: Marcus Neuberger
Textures: Sonja Kumbarji, Frederik Ring
Lighting: Rendering and Compositing Egmont Mayer
Titles: Online Frederik Ring
Created at: Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg
Institute of Animation, Visual Effects and Digital Postproduction
*The film is commissioned by the "Transitland Europe" project 2009 - An archive of video art from eastern Europe, presenting the period of 1989 - 2009.
The international premier was held during the Transmediale - Festival for art and digital culture Berlin from 11/6 - 11/9/2009 together with Ispace Association Sofia and Ludwig Museum Budapest with the support of Culture 2007 - 2013 Programme of the European Commission.
It was also showing at Reina Sofia Museum, Spain and also in Triest Contemporanea, Italy.
* is the permanent collection of KAOHSIUNG MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, Taiwan.
"What is morality in any given time or place? It is what the majority then and there happen to like, and immorality is what they dislike."
- Alfred North Whitehead, Dialogues, 30 August 1941
This documentary series is not a behind-the-scenes look at the porn industry in Prague, but the story of the people in the industry.
The stories presented in the film all question the human side of this trade. After all, for the actors and actresses who go to the set and have sex with someone they hardly know as a regular job is certainly far beyond the imagination of most of us.
This human side of this business intrigues me, although people might simply wonder if there is any human side to it. I’m more interested in why they do it instead of how do they do it. After spending over 2 years following this theme, I realized it’s nearly impossible to draw any conclusion. However, I’m trying to capture the stories that I see growing out of my close observation of the trade in the last 3 years.These stories highlight what’s happening on the other side of the cameras of the porn shooting set, where all of sudden, a certain flow mixed with the most primitive human desire and also the mysterious weakness of mankind seems to appear…
The first in a series of definitive short films from the Red Bull Music Academy, we turn our attention to DFA: the iconic NYC record label that got the indie kids to dance. Narrated by Marc Maron, it features music and appearances from James Murphy, LCD Soundsystem, The Rapture, Holy Ghost!, The Juan MacLean, Shit Robot, Sinkane, YACHT and many more!
A Red Bull Music Academy film
a m ss ng p eces production
Directed by Max Joseph