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Khoiba: Log

Petra Hermanová | Germany | 2019 | 4 min | EN

This experimental music video for the ethereal single Log from Khoiba’s third album was made by a Czech author living in Berlin. A morphed image floats through the video in all directions as if we were descending a forest water hole. Fragments of a female body and streams of hair blend into a fluid whole entirely dominated by a shade of blue.

Khoiba: Log

Tu 7/5/2019
15.00-16.00
Puppet Theatre

We 8/5/2019
18.00-19.09
Puppet Theatre

Th 9/5/2019
11.30-12.30
Světozor Cinema

Sa 11/5/2019
19.00-20.00
Puppet Theatre

Diogal Sakho: Reer

Francois Vogel | France | 2018 | 5 min | WO

Diogal sings his song Reer. Words fly out of his mouth and meet a feminine figure who will spread out, deform and finally take off. This experimental music video was made by renowned French author François Vogel known, among other things, as a tireless explorer of new animation techniques.

Diogal Sakho: Reer

Tu 7/5/2019
15.00-16.00
Puppet Theatre

Th 9/5/2019
11.30-12.30
Světozor Cinema

Sa 11/5/2019
19.00-20.00
Puppet Theatre

Harley & Quin: Water in the Cup

ikuo kato | Japan | 2018 | 6 min

This Japanese music video made with classical crayon animation on paper depicts the endless water cycle. Water from a cup gets into the atmosphere and back to Earth. The poetic artistic style of the music video is complemented by fluid animation.

Harley & Quin: Water in the Cup

Tu 7/5/2019
15.00-16.00
Puppet Theatre

Th 9/5/2019
11.30-12.30
Světozor Cinema

Sa 11/5/2019
19.00-20.00
Puppet Theatre

Maikeulboudjan: The Dishwasher Groove

Capucine Muller | France, Belgium, Hungary | 2018 | 4 min

Jean and Chantal are a pretty normal couple living a pretty normal life in a pretty normal neighbourhood. Jean and Chantal love each other. Could a simple dish washing problem break them up? This music video with traces of black humour is characterised by richly coloured and pleasantly stylised animation.

Maikeulboudjan: The Dishwasher Groove

Tu 7/5/2019
15.00-16.00
Puppet Theatre

Th 9/5/2019
11.30-12.30
Světozor Cinema

Sa 11/5/2019
19.00-20.00
Puppet Theatre

nvmeri: Art of the Trial

Radka Capková, Vanda Kotradyová, Ondřej Chlapec, Erich Bačo, Sára Kancianová, Denisa Gavalcová, Adriana Ondrušová, Klára Kanuščáková, Sofia Siváková, Barbara Kowalczuková, Katarína Plačková, Alžbeta Zimmermannová, Matej Mihályi | Slovakia | 2018 | 4 min | EN

This captivating music video for the song Art of the Trial was made by a collective of students of the Academy of Performing Arts in Bratislava under the guidance of Michaela Čopíková. For being a result of a workshop, the music video is unusually precise and compact and can stand comparison with international competition. It works with a clear colour vision, numerous metamorphoses and fusions of abstract and concrete elements.

nvmeri: Art of the Trial

Tu 7/5/2019
15.00-16.00
Puppet Theatre

Th 9/5/2019
11.30-12.30
Světozor Cinema

Sa 11/5/2019
19.00-20.00
Puppet Theatre

Siamés: Mr. Fear

Ezequiel Torres, Pablo Rafael Roldán | Argentina | 2019 | 5 min | EN

This action music video for the song Mr. Fear with style reminiscent of comic book aesthetics was made by the progressive Argentinean studio Rudo Company. We watch the stories of beings from different worlds that are instinctively drawn to each other even though this attraction may cause destruction. The authors of this music video, which can be labelled as fantasy, divide the screen and so they can fit in more action than the viewers expect.

Siamés: Mr. Fear

Tu 7/5/2019
15.00-16.00
Puppet Theatre

Th 9/5/2019
11.30-12.30
Světozor Cinema

Sa 11/5/2019
19.00-20.00
Puppet Theatre

Sigrid: Focus

Moth Studio | United Kingdom | 2018 | 4 min | EN

A balladic music video made by the relatively new but already established studio Moth. To accompany the slow song by a young Norwegian singer and composer, the authors created a predominantly abstract visualisation with levitating and pulsating shapes. Dimmed pastel colours are a perfect fit for the melancholic tune.

Sigrid: Focus

Tu 7/5/2019
15.00-16.00
Puppet Theatre

Th 9/5/2019
11.30-12.30
Světozor Cinema

Sa 11/5/2019
19.00-20.00
Puppet Theatre

The Academics: Hit Radio Tune

Ynon Lan | United States | 2018 | 3 min | EN

The video uses bold colours and basic geometric shapes juxtaposed with minimalistic rotoscope animation focusing only on the musician’s hands and facial features. The animation is based on videos of the musician’s performance, shots of NYC where he lives, and a few personal videos made by the musician himself of his close friends and family.

The Academics: Hit Radio Tune

Tu 7/5/2019
15.00-16.00
Puppet Theatre

Th 9/5/2019
11.30-12.30
Světozor Cinema

Sa 11/5/2019
19.00-20.00
Puppet Theatre

Tom Rosenthal: It Won't Be Me

Chloe Jackson | United Kingdom | 2018 | 4 min

British director Chloe Jackson’s music video for Tom Rosenthal’s song uses blossoming artistic style and dynamic animation. The music video is stylised as a slightly infantile drawing and even though the images illustrate the lyrics, the author puts their meanings into an unexpected context.

Tom Rosenthal: It Won't Be Me

Tu 7/5/2019
15.00-16.00
Puppet Theatre

Th 9/5/2019
11.30-12.30
Světozor Cinema

Sa 11/5/2019
19.00-20.00
Puppet Theatre

Marimasil: Yanira

Jakob Werner | Germany | 2018 | 4 min | EN

In his music video for the song Yanira, the author combines abstract scenes and the story of a silhouette character (or rather a story of its fall). But the message of this disturbing and visually minimalist music video is: We all have a ghost inside that makes us rise. If we dig deep enough, it will appear.

Marimasil: Yanira

Tu 7/5/2019
15.00-16.00
Puppet Theatre

Th 9/5/2019
11.30-12.30
Světozor Cinema

Sa 11/5/2019
19.00-20.00
Puppet Theatre

The Beatles: Glass Onion

Alasdair Brotherston, Jock Mooney | United Kingdom | 2018 | 3 min

A new music video for the song by the iconic Beatles was made on the 50th anniversary of the release of the legendary White Album. Its two directors, who previously made music videos for other Beatles songs and also for example for David Gilmour, inventively revived a collage of old photographs. The authors also work with archive footage they animate.

The Beatles: Glass Onion

Tu 7/5/2019
15.00-16.00
Puppet Theatre

Th 9/5/2019
11.30-12.30
Světozor Cinema

Sa 11/5/2019
19.00-20.00
Puppet Theatre

The Dutch: Sunday Afternoon (Hello Sunshine)

Iris Frankhuizen | Netherlands | 2018 | 4 min | EN

Young love can be colourful and beautiful, but this animated music video shows the dark side of romance. Two youngsters are out and about on a Sunday afternoon, but things don’t turn out as planned… This gloomy music video works with changing colour tones to assign a corresponding atmosphere to individual sequences.

The Dutch: Sunday Afternoon (Hello Sunshine)

Tu 7/5/2019
15.00-16.00
Puppet Theatre

Th 9/5/2019
11.30-12.30
Světozor Cinema

Sa 11/5/2019
19.00-20.00
Puppet Theatre

Aphex Twin: T69 Collapse

Nicky Smith | United Kingdom | 2018 | 5 min

This incredibly inventive music video for the electronic song T 69 Collapse is inspired by the simple aesthetics of computer code and text. The surface of letters and numbers transforms into a three-dimensional world playing with various colours even though, in general, it seems it is heading toward absolute decomposition.

Aphex Twin: T69 Collapse

Tu 7/5/2019
15.00-16.00
Puppet Theatre

Th 9/5/2019
11.30-12.30
Světozor Cinema

Sa 11/5/2019
19.00-20.00
Puppet Theatre

Dominique A: Se Décentrer

Sébastien Laudenbach | France | 2018 | 5 min | FR

French director Sébastien Laudenbach is known primarily as the director of the graphically original feature film The Girl Without Hands. But not everyone knows that Laudenbach also makes commissions. And in the case of this music video, he once again used his original style that has impalpable transparent figures emerge from a colourful background.

Dominique A: Se Décentrer

Tu 7/5/2019
15.00-16.00
Puppet Theatre

Th 9/5/2019
11.30-12.30
Světozor Cinema

Sa 11/5/2019
19.00-20.00
Puppet Theatre

Søren Lau: Lystfiskeren

Sara Aunbirk | Denmark | 2018 | 6 min | DA

A dream about a man, a boat and the fish he is in love with was made by a young Danish animator who graduated from prestigious school The Animation Workshop. For her music video for the song Lystfiskeren, she used a classic-looking 3D computer animation, which is not very common for music videos.

Søren Lau: Lystfiskeren

Tu 7/5/2019
15.00-16.00
Puppet Theatre

Th 9/5/2019
11.30-12.30
Světozor Cinema

Sa 11/5/2019
19.00-20.00
Puppet Theatre