One of our leading contemporary animators takes us on a journey where personal memory converges with painting, literature, politics, music, graphic design and documentary in striking images. Where else could we see the Spanish poet, Federico García Lorca, together with the Balkan musician Kottarashky, the aesthetic of Soviet posters with Kafka, and reminiscences of Miró, Calder and Kandinsky with Georgi Gospodinov? Eastern and Western Europe are digested with passion and poetry in a constant exercise of pure cinema.
Blood Manifesto (2016, 2min); XX Century Manifesto Trilogy: Towe Bawher (2006, 3 min), Drux Flux (2008, 4 min) and Gloria Victoria (2013, 7 min); Apart/Joda (2012, 2 min); Vertical (2004); Sonámbulo (2015, 4 min 20 sec); The Man Who Waited (2006, 7min 27sec); Blind Vaysha (2016, 8 min); Sou (2006, 2 min); Third Page from the Sun (2014, 5min); Demoni (2012, 3 min 38sec); Yannick Nézet-Séguin: No intermission (2010, 5min); Nightingales in December (2011, 3min); Lipsett Diaries (2010, 14 min).
Special thanks: Theodore Ushev, National Film Board of Canada and Bonobo Studio.