Supinfocom is one of the finest animation schools in the world, with two campuses in France and one in India. The latest graduate films are so stunning that we have devoted an entire programme to the best of them.
Screened as part of NZIFF 2011
Supinfocom is one of the finest animation schools in the world, with two campuses in Franceand one being launched in Pune, India. They have been sending us stunning graduation reels year after year. The latest Supinfocom collection is the first from their expanded five-year course and the results are so stunning that we have devoted an entire program to the best of them. — MT
An exquisite homage to Jacques Tati and the wry/elegant cinematic vision he gave us.
A complex world of domino creatures manoeuvre, build and disintegrate in suspended 3D space.
Buck’s a pretty stylish guy – for a deer! His girlfriend thinks he’s pretty cool too. Pity her dad is a redneck, rifle-toting hunter with a wall covered in trophies.
Burger bites man (and swallows baby). These burgers are mad as hell and they ain’t gonna take it anymore.
A wondrous world of unrestrained magic. The citizens of a little city hanging in the sky do battle with the giant who tries to climb a stack of crystals and bring them down to earth.
A study in statuesque malevolence. The game master stands on high using his megaphone to call down death and chaos on those below.
Nature at work in a quiet frenzy of flourishing flora.
Every journey starts with a single step. Or, in this case, a single birdman with a sudden last-minute change of heart.
Twenty years on and all is not right with the Chernobyl kids – too many eyes for starters. Radioactive satire delivered with a manically grinning edge.
A band of clever, rascally succulents hit town looking for trouble and a good time.
A whole new science. Using a subatomic resonance engine we generate an electromagnetic field capable of interfering with the space around us.
Picasso meets Goya, they borrow a couple of ideas from Dali and recreate a seriously surreal bullfight.