The Extraordinary Story of Bruna is an animated short film project for a young audience that tells the adventure of a young beaver who one summer night is swept away from her home by a strong wind.
The small recording device named REC lives alone in an abandoned attic when a bird appears at the window and he wants to talk to it. But when the bird hears REC’s “voice” it flies away in terror. Now REC tries everything to record the bird’s song, but its battery will soon be exhausted.
TOTEM is the story about a little woman seeking a totem animal. She selects a giant wild boar and decides to tame it. But the boar’s strength and brutality is too much for the warlike hunter, and she gets swallowed by the animal. But down in the stomach she hears the animal’s heart beating, and she decides to fight her way out, whatever it takes.
The parrot lady is inspired by a true story. The film works as an artistic interpretation of a woman’s life who chose to live on the streets with her parrots, afraid of dying alone in her home.
Home is more than a place where we live. It is also a feeling of trust, being within your family. This feeling is transferred from generation to generation. This film follows a little boy losing his home through mourning and relocation, and questions if it is possible to recapture the feeling in another place.
A central theme in the film is the nature of connections between generations. Differences, similarities, and behaviour patterns that are transferred between the old and the new worlds. They tie together individuals and generations in a family the same way as fine silk threads interlace within the cloth.