La crisis carnívora / Animal Crisis
Pedro RiveroSpain / 2007 / 78' 0''
Europa Cinema, 22:30 h
Thanks to the Vegetarian Pact, all animals live together in "peace and harmony". All but one: stinky hyena Crevel, who is sick of his crappy-daily-fruit-and-vegetable ration and is desperate to sink his teeth into some tender co-inhabitant of the world. Determined to get his fill and to wreak havoc in the prevailing "good karma" atmosphere, one night Crevel goes to the cemetery planning to stuff himself with stiffs, but he can't do it: someone has beat him to it! Pérsicus, the president lion, and his consigliere, tiger Altaicus, have set up a perverse food smuggling network with the bodies in order to secretly fulfil their hunger for meat. When they are discovered, they blame Crevel of the brutal profanation, forcing him to escape from the herbivores' fury.
Pedro Rivero (Bilbao, 1969) is a producer, director and screenwriter. Screenwriter for several TV animated series and for the feature film Goomer (Goya Award for the Best Spanish Animated Feature Film in 1999). Producer, director and screenwriter of La Crisis Carnívora (2007), the first Spanish feature film in flash animation for theatres. He is author of theatrical plays and comic books, and his films include Psiconautas, the Forgotten Children (2015); Birdboy (2010, Goya Award for the Best Spanish Animated Short Film 2012, preselected for the Academy Awards longlist, more than 40 awards and 200 selections); La crisis carnívora (Animal Crisis, 2007).
Abrakam Estudios, Continental Animación, Dream
Pedro Rivero, Egoitz Moreno
Jose Luis Vázquez
Harbitz Zubillaga, Guillermo Represa
categoriesLate Night Screenings