Computer Animation Film VFX

Anerkennung - Honorary Mentions


Yoriko Mizushiri (JP)


Wrapped in a futon . . . memories come to mind, the future is imagined, senses are recaptured, physical feelings like a woman are deeply ingrained. . . . Everything melts together pleasantly. In the futon, the body wanders, seeking for these senses. . . . The film is composed of linking movements and senses, representing a sensation between dream and reality, just like the moment of fading into sleep. My focus is on the comfort provided by a free association of flowing movements and sense of feeling soft to the touch, as well as the balance of the tension emerging from the expression with minimal elements. A flavor of the simplicity, calm and fleeting transience also akin to traditional Japanese aesthetics. Music: Dark End, rearranged by Seiji Toda. Original music from album Karaukuri by Mari Fukuhara

Short film, Japan (2012), 6ʹ02ʺ stereo, HD CAM-1.78—color, animation technique: drawing on paper/2D computer


Yoriko Mizushiri

Yoriko Mizushiri (JP) was born in 1984 in Aomori, Japan. In 2007 he received a BA in design from Joshibi University of Art and Design and his solo exhibition Anime in the Room took place at Central East Tokyo 07, Tokyo. His solo exhibition Anime maternity was shown at the Nike Gallery, Tokyo, in 2008. He directed the the TV animation series Lena Lena, which was shown on Tokyo MX TV in 2009. His films Osushi (2011), Fusuma (2009), Enyogu (2007), Kappo (2006) and Shiri Play have been shown at animation film festivals all over the world.

Director / Producer /Animator / Editor: Yoriko Mizushiri

Music: "Dark End", rearranged by Seiji Toda, original music from the album "karaukuri" by Mari Fukuhara