Animated at Kulturhuset #6: Apocalypse

20/04/2017

It’s time for a new Animated programme, and this time in Kulturhusets new venue. Programme #6 is named Apocalypse, and as the name might imply the theme of the programme is the end of the world…or is it? Although the theme may seem somewhat dystrophic, we promise a variety of films that will make you wonder, smile and think about our existence in this world.

Time: 2nd May at 6.00PM
Place: Kulturhuset in Oslo, Youngstorget 3
Free entry!

Sign up for the facebook event here.

The films thet will be screened are these:

Escalator
Director: Christopher Nielsen
Norway – 2014

Three people are struggling upward on an escalator that is going down. Why? Is the goal to fight their way to the top, or is to relax and just go with the flow of the stairs to the bottom?

Flower & Grave
Director: Malakias
Finland – 2014

If the bee disappears from the surface of the earth, man would have no more than four years to live.
– Albert Einstein

Deconstruction Workers
Director: Kajsa Næss
Norway – 2008

Two construction workers are having an everyday conversation about an existential question. They keep on building while the world around them falls apart. 

Peripheria
Director: David Coquard-Dassault
France – 2015

A journey into the heart of a large and abandoned council estate, Peripheria portrays an urban environment becoming wild: a modern Pompeii where the wind blows and dogs roam, tailing the remains of human life.

Tsunami
Director: Sofie Kampmark
Denmark – 2014

Haru, in denial after a tsunami, discovers a magical Sea Spirit. Through it, he realizes the necessity of facing reality, and dealing with his loss.