Animist Tallinn AWARDED FILMS 2022

Award ceremony of the second edition took place in Cinema Sõprus August 20th. The international jury Olivier Catherin (France), Olga Bobrowska (Poland) ja Mats Grorud (Norway) announced the award winners.

“Two Sisters” Anna Budanova (France)

The prize of 3000 euros was supported by the Culture & Sports Department of Tallinn.

“How I Grew Up” Yufei Liu (China)

The prize of 500 euros was supported by Estonian Academy of Arts Department of Animation.

“Night” Ahmad Saleh (Germany/Qatar/Palestine/Jordan)
“Noir Soleil” Marie Larrivé (France)

YARNSIPNNER’S FAVORITES cave the special awards to short animated films with dialogue or narration. Yarnspinner’s Favourite is “The Passerby“ by Hannah Letaïf (Belgium/France). Special mentions goes to “Bye, Little Block“ by Éva Darabos (Hungary) and “The Debutant” by Elizabeth Hobbs (United Kingdom).

Ethnographic Animation of and with Immersive Technologies

This session presents the results of a three day workshop with 3D and VR technologies by Max Wardle. The workshop brought together animators and anthropologists who developed ethnographic stories using 360 degree filming techniques.

The VR works will be presented at WINKEL (Suur-Karja 8) on Friday, 20th August from 1600 onwards.

The session will provide opportunities to rethink some of the key activities ethnographers and animators involve themselves in: observing, participating, creating, analyzing, and to become aware of the recursivity of their practice.

The activity is funded by the European Regional Development Fund through an ASTRA measure project “TLU TEE or Tallinn University as the promoter of intelligent lifestyle” (no 2014-2020.4.01.16-0033).