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24 DECEMBER 2013

Bunny: tale of a cranky elderly bunny baking in her kitchen when a pesky moth flies in to disturb her lonely late-night activity

Fig.1 Chris Wedge (1998) "Bunny", Blue Sky Studios.

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1998Academy Awardafter deathafterlifeallegoryanimated short filmanimationanthropomorphism • baking • Blue Sky Studios • bunny • Bunny (1998) • Bunny Blue Sky • cabin • cake • cake batter • Chris Wedge • computer animationcontemplating mortalitydeathfantasy about deathforest • gateway • heaven • husband • kitchenlate nightlonelinesslosslove storymortalitymothovenrabbitremembranceromantic loveshort filmsoulmatesvisual effectswedding day

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Simon Perkins
11 SEPTEMBER 2013

Shelter: a video game about a mother badger struggling to survive

"In Shelter you experience the wild as a mother badger sheltering her cubs from harm. On their journey they get stalked by a bird of prey, encounter perils of the night, river rapids crossings, big forest fires and the looming threat of death by starvation."

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2013adventure game • badger • badger cub • bird of prey • creaturesdangerous environmentsenvironment as antagonistfire • force of nature • forestforest fireharmindie gameindie gamesjourneyliving creature • Might and Delight (video game studio) • mothernatural environmentnature • papery style • peril • Retro Family (musicians) • rivershelter • Shelter (game) • sheltering • single-player • starvation • Steamsurvivalsurvival storySweden • The Circle (picture book) • third-personthreatUnity (game engine)video gamevideo game artvisual stylewildworld of the story

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Simon Perkins
25 APRIL 2013

Maria, Mirabella: mixed live action and animation feature film

"A combined film about the two sisters, Maria and Mirabella, on their mission to find the Forest Fairy and rescue Quacky the frog, frozen in a block of ice, Skipirich the firefly, who has lost his ability to light up and Omide, the butterfly, who can not actually fly. They travel through the magic forest and after many adventures their rescue mission turns out well."

(Animator.ru)

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19812D animation • Adrian Stefanescu • Alexandrina Halic • animated feature film • anthropomorphic depiction • Boris Kotov • butterfly • Calugareanu Anda • cartoon characterscinematic technique • Cornel Popescu • Dan Ionescu • Eugen Doga • Eugene Agranovici • fireworm • forest • forest fairy • frog • Gilda Manolescu • girls • Grigore Vieru • iceIon Popescu-Gopo • larvae • Leonid Serebrennikov • Lev Milchin • live action and animation • magic forest • magical world • Maria • Medeea Marinescu • metamorphosis of animals • Mihai Constantinescu • Mirabella • Paula Radulescu • pupa • RomaniaRomanian • Romanian language • Romanian Radio and Television Orchestra • Russian language • sorceress • Soviet animation • Valentin Berestov • Viktor Dudko • Vladimir Kutuzov • Vocal Group 5T • woods

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Valeria Marti
07 JULY 2009

Kiwi! (a flightless bird's dream of flight)

"Kiwi! is an animation about a Kiwi – a type of bird that cannot fly, who spends its whole life working towards achieving his dream. The kiwi strived to create the illusion that it was flying over a forest as it soared down through the sky from the top of a cliff. Thus, the kiwi spent what must have been its whole life nailing trees to the side of a cliff. All this, to fulfil its one dream of flying, even though it was technically unable to."

(Jordan Bustin, 15 November 2006, ISFAT)

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20063D animationabsurd condition of humanityAfter Effectsallegoryanimated short filmbird • birds of New Zealand • Dony Permedi • existential themesfallingfantasy about death • flightless bird • flyingforesthumans define their own meaning • ISFAT • Kiwi • Kiwi (animated short film) • living the dream • Mayameaninglessness of lifeMFA • MFA Computer Art • nail • national symbol • New York City • New Zealand birds • School of Visual Arts • short filmsymbolic meaning • The Setup Machine • Tim Cassell • trees

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Simon Perkins
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