Each academic year, many fascinating projects are developed at Animationsinstitut. Discover the wide range of projects and take a look behind the scenes.
Paul Cichon asked himself why everyday objects actually always break after a seemingly fixed period of time. In his diploma project he found an answer and created the colorful and very funny 2D animation Opossum.
With R U Still, Dimosthenis Gkantzos created an impressive audiovisual performance on the theme of trust.Find out what his diploma project from the field of interactive media has to do with Greek mythology.
Harald is a champion wrestler. Driven by his ambitious mother he won a vast number of challenge cups. But his true love is flowers. When his favorite is taken away by his mother one day, Harald has to fight for it.
Despite her old age, an elderly woman overcomes herself to learn how to swim. With her swimming attempts, she awakens unexpected attention of the sea creatures living in the depths...
A mousetrap snaps shut. A dusty town square awakens. A group of men debates how to kill the animal in the little box – each trying to outdo the others’ increasingly sadistic fantasies. Until a stranger suggests letting the creature loose...
We talked to Michael Schranner, the Creative Producer of S.M.I.L.E., about the status of the project, current plans and important lessons.
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