• Sticky Frames and friends (at) COZI

  • Sa, 14.10.2017 ab 18:00 Uhr
  • studio NAXOS
    Waldschmidtstraße 19
    60316 Frankfurt
Sticky Frames and friends (at) COZI - studio NAXOS - Frankfurt am Main

Sticky Frames & friends @ COZI Comics & Zinefest Frankfurt animierte Kurzfilme/ animated short films

Das Filmemacher*innen Kollektiv Sticky Frames zeigt ein ca. 60 minütiges Programm animierter Kurzfilme.// the Sticky Frames collective is screening a 60 min. program of animated short films.

Samstag, 14. Oktober 2017/ saturday, october 14, 2017 18 h/ 6 pm @ Studio NAXOS

das Programm/ the program:

PINK CUTS PINK by Alma W. Bär Hans the Squirrel by Florian Maubach Frankfurterstr. 99a by Evgenia Gostrer Nachtstück by Anne Breymann Tracing Coyotes - a dog crosses my way by Theresa Grysczok & Eeva Ojanperä dying in the garden by Christine Gensheimer Life with Hermann H. Rott by Chintis Lundgren Der Flug der Maube by Florian Maubach & Daniel v. Bothmer in circles by Lina Walde SPIRIT MOUNTAIN by Kiin. In the distance by Florian Grolig Lonely Riber by Daniel v. Bothmer LUCKY by Kiin. Coma - the sea by Florian Maubach & Nils Knoblich


www.stickyframes.de

about Sticky Frames: Images that stick to one another, that diverge and converge. Images that stick to your memory like a piece of gum to your shoe. But “sticky” means more than that: Stickiness can be tough and relentless, persevering and enduring. These adjectives describe the young animation artists of this collective. There are seven of them: Ines Christine Geißer, Kirsten Carina Geißer, Evgenia Gostrer, Theresa Grysczok, Florian Maubach, Lina Walde and Alma W.Bär.

The Sticky Frames artists affect Kassel, as a meeting point in the middle of Germany and a birthplace to ideas that reflect, recreate and touch their environment. The festival invitations and awards the artists received are many. Also the list of cities and countries, they went to, to expand their network and collect new stories, that should be told.

In their work they throw light and colors on situations that might seem trivial at first glance, but which will change your perspective about them - like the relation between a cat and a garbageman or the search for happiness out of the perspective of horses.

Wherever the Sticky Frames tour of short films stops, something starts moving, something gets off the ground. But the movement of their audiences is an interior one: They’ll be glued to their chairs.