78 tours / 78 R.P.M.
Georges SchwizgebelSwitzerland / 1985 / 4' 0''
Tuškanac Cinema, 20:00 h
Europa Cinema, 11:00 h
A subjective camera and a fixed framing alternate to an accordion waltz which triggers a short story recalling the passing of time. The entire film is based on the graphic notion of circles and rings. From a cup of coffee to children's games passing through a spiral staircase. The camera itself whirls round following the general aesthetics.
Georges Schwizgebel was born in Switzerland in 1944. After graduating from the École des arts décoratifs in Geneva, he worked in an advertising agency for several years before founding the GDS Studio with Claude Luyet and Daniel Suter in 1970. Since then, he has produced and directed 18 short animated films, primarily focusing on the medium of painting on cels. Beside his filmmaking career, he also creates posters and frescoes.
categoriesFOCUS: SWISS ANIMATION