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Luminaris 6 minutes n


2011 n


Thursday 6:40p n Sunday 12:00p n


Argentina


Friday 9:40p n Monday 9:40p


Saturday 10:10a


Plays in Animation Shorts (p57) and in Family Shorts (p17) Director/Executive Producer/Screenwriter: Juan Pablo Zaramella n


Rulloni, Sol Rulloni n Cinematographer: Sergio Piñeyro n


The Maker 6 minutes n


2011 n Thursday 6:40p n


Australia, USA, United Kingdom Friday 9:40p n


Plays in Animation Shorts (p57) Director/Screenwriter/Editor: Christopher Kezelos n


Producers: Mario Animators: Mariano Bergara,


Becho Lo Bianco, Lucila Las Heras, Sergio Piñeyro, Juan Pablo Zaramella n Editor: Mauro Ruda n Music/Composer: Osmar Maderna n n zaramella.com.ar


Principal Cast: María Alché, Gustavo Cornillón 68


In a magical world controlled and timed by the light, a common man works in a factory making electric bulbs—but he has something else in mind that could change the order of things. A stop-motion animation that also incorporates the pixilation technique, combining real actors interacting with animated objects and time-lapse sequences.


Juan Pablo Zaramella Director’s Statement


The film was inspired by an instrumental tango piece called “Lluvia de Estrellas” (Star Rain) composed by Osmar Maderna in the forties. I first became acquainted with this piece of music as a child, because my elders used to listen to it. I had always liked this piece but, as an adult, it gradually dawned on me that this music could be like a score of a film that had never been made. In 2008 I was granted a creativity residency by Abbaye de Fontevraud, in France. I decided to take this opportunity to develop this project.


Originally, I approached the project as a puppet animation story, but doing some pixilation tests in the gardens of Fontevraud, just for fun, the seed of the present short appeared: the idea of sunlight as a magnetic force.


Selected Filmography: El Desafio a la Muerte, En la Opera, El Guante, HotCorn!, Lapsus, Sexteens, Viaje a Marte


Saturday 10:10a n


Monday 9:40p


Christopher Kezelos n Cinematographer: Matthew Horrex n Amanda Louise Spayd n Music/Composer: Paul Halley n


Producers: Christine Kezelos, Animator: Justin Alvarez,


themakerfilm.com


A vividly created fantastical world unfolds as a strange creature races against time to make the most important and beautiful creation of his life. Giving testament to the fleetingness of existence and the power of music, the story is set to the classical music of Paul Halley.


Christopher Kezelos Director’s Statement


The film explores the preciousness of our moments on earth, the short time we have with loved ones and the enjoyment of one’s life’s work and purpose.


Selected Filmography: Annie, Forget Your Gun, Become One, DentaMate, Dentophobia, For Doris, Margaret, No Butts About It, SMS, Zero


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