Floats describes a state in which the entire existence turns into anticipation. A cynical look at figures moving in a repetitive manner as a sort of pendulum which reflects the passing of time and the cyclicality in which they are in. The figures are constantly moving, however they are not advancing anywhere. An irritating, despairing cycle; a growing anticipation; perhaps what they are waiting for will never happen?
- 2013, 8MIN, Anim.
- DIRECTOR: Idan Barzilay, Mor Israeli
- EDITOR: Idan Barzilay, Mor Israeli
- SCRIPT: Idan Barzilay, Mor Israeli
Idan Barzilay, Mor Israeli
Mor Israeli (Israel) is an illustrator and a former professional swimmer. She discovered the animation field through her passion for acting, cinema and drawing. Inspired by photography and movement. She graduated from the Screen based Arts department at the Bezalel" Academy of Arts and Design. Floats is her thesis film. Idan Barzilay (Israel) graduated from the Department of Screen based Arts at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design. Prior to his studies, he worked in the advertising field as an illustrator and storyboard artist and specialized in post- production of print media. During his studies, he experimented in various animation techniques, and in his works he tends towards the minimalistic style.