The Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg is a powerhouse of a film school and a leader in animation and visual effects education. Offering multiple Animation and Interactive Media degrees, the school draws raves from around the world and produces an enviable roster of graduates.
Professor Andreas Hykade is the Head of Studies in Animation and we are thrilled to have Andreas as a guest of LIAF 2014 to introduce this astonishing selection of films produced at the Filmakademie.
Thanks to the Goethe Institute for assisting us in bringing Andreas Hykade to LIAF.
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Rollin’ Safari (Kyra Buschor, Anna Habermehl & Constantin Päplow, Germany)
The Balloonanimals of the Serengeti are struggling to follow their daily routine.
Harald (Moritz Schneider, Germany)
Harald is a wrestler and has won a vast number of challenge cups. But his true love is flowers.
Baer (Pascal Floerks, Germany)
My grandpa’s past was always very present. Only now, by revisiting his life and personality as I knew him, do I feel the weight of his inheritance.
366 Days (Johannes Schiehsl, Germany)
Patrick is a paramedic – his patients all suffer from the same problem: loneliness. As he tries to help, he gets himself into relationships that are way more demanding than expected.
Perfect Woman (Peter Lu, Germany)
A game inspired by the ubiquitous personality questionnaires featured in women’s magazines and the female roles they define.
Kellerkind (Julia Ocker, Germany)
A woman gives birth to a child. But the child is absolutely different from other children.
Wrapped (Roman Kälin, Falko Paeper & Florian Wittmann, Germany)
What was believed to be forever melts away in the course of time. The only constant is change.
Lebensader (Angela Steffen, Germany)
A little girl finds the whole world in a leaf.
Steiff – Don’t be afraid of the dark (Denis Parchow, Germany)
A boy runs through the forest chased by a gorilla. Is this real or just a dream?