Animation

LORN – ANVIL

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqkD9PpH8W8

The year 2100. In an effort to combat overpopulation, the postmortem social network “Anvil” is released.

A fusion of both Japanese and Belgian comics inspirations and sensibilities, such as Ghost in the Shell, Akira or Peeters & Schuiten’s work. “Anvil” invites us on a journey through the eyes of a young woman in her final moments on earth.

Credits:
Artist: Lorn
Title: Anvil
Label: Wednesday Sound
Directed by GERIKO (Hélène Jeudy & Antoine Caëcke)
Design, Script & Animation by Antoine Caëcke & Hélène Jeudy
Character Animation by Anthony Lejeune & Manddy Wyckens

SUMER is a 3D Animation Short-Film by Alvaro García

Since it started screening internationally in October 2014, SUMER has won 14 festivals including Irvine Film Festival and Phoenix Comicon, among others.

For unknown reasons, the Earth’s ionosphere has weakened dramatically during the course of the last century, resulting in the collapse of the entire ecosystem. Earth has become an increasingly hostile and uninhabitable place and with no shield to protect it, it is at the full mercy of meteors.
All animal and plant species perished decades ago. All that remains is one small group of humans who attempt to resist the hostility and hardness of the external environment from SUMER, the last hive city in the world, which has been specifically designed to keep the population alive through oxygen supply systems.

The media manipulates the available information in a manner that is purposely designed to keep people obsessed on the potential of the space exodus, letting any hope of prevailing on earth go.
A young boy, Hermes, lives alone in a compartment, the property of the government, which is located close to the wall that delimits the city, an area that is highly guarded by the SSW (SUMER Security Watchers).

While observing the desert from the roof of a building, Hermes suddenly sees something that grabs his attention…

Director: Alvaro García
Representation: Scott Glassgold / Ground Control