Revengeance / Revengeance
Jim Lujan, Bill PlymptonUnited States / 2016 / 75' 56''
Wednesday, 07. 06.,
Europa Cinema, 22:00 h
Thursday, 08. 06.,
Kinoteka, 15:30 h
A low-rent bounty hunter named Rod Rosse "The One Man Posse" gets entangled in a web of danger when he is hired by U.S. Senator "Deathface" to find the girl who stole a package.
Underground animation veteran Jim Lujan co-created Revengeance with Bill Plympton, supplying the story, designs, script, music, and voicing many of the characters. He also creates art, animation, music, and voices for his own shorts and feature films. His films include titles such as Freakdaddy, Unchained Fists, and Mama I'm a Thug. Jim also created Sanjourno Must Die for the Titmouse/6 Point Harness Rugburn channel. His animation has appeared in Spike and Mike's Sick and Twisted Festival, Adult Swim, and many film fests in the US. Jim resides in the Los Angeles area of Southern California.
Bill Plympton is considered the King of Indie Animation, and is the first person to hand-draw an entire animated feature film. Bill moved to New York City in 1968 and began his career creating cartoons for publications such as New York Times, National Lampoon, Playboy and Screw. In 1987, he was nominated for an Oscar for his animated short Your Face. In 2005, Bill received another Oscar nomination, this time for his short Guard Dog. Push Comes to Shove won the prestigious Cannes 1991 Palme d'Or; and in 2001, another short film, Eat, won the Grand Prize for Short Films in Cannes Critics' Week. After producing many shorts that appeared on MTV and Spike and Mike's, he turned his talent to feature films. Since 1991, he's made twelve feature films.
Jim Lujan, Bill Plympton
categoriesGRAND COMPETITION FEATURE FILM