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PATRIOSKA (2016) Award Winning Short-Film

PATRIOSKA (2016) Award Winning Short-Film

       

Five deities of power gather in an underground lair to discuss major themes 

about world domination and status-quo. Visionarius has machiavellian prospects

for the future of mankind, but he is warned by the Angel Auditivus about the

spiritual awakening present in some avenues of Western society. "Patrioska" is an

animated short-film directed for the Masters Degree in Animation and Illustration

of IPCA (Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave).

 

This film approaches a diversity of themes related to a whole set of political, social

and cultural and social themes of contemporaneity: the synarchic forces and their

impact on the political and world scene   and the way that the paradigm of matter has

driven the West to a deep and current spiritual crisis - these concepts are represented

through strong alegories and metaphors. A film defined by a strong political satire within

the fiction, fantasy and Underground genre.

 

The short-film was part of the official selection and program of 50 film festivals worldwide.

"Patrioska" won the Lisbon Bull Award for Best Portuguese Film from the Lisbon International

Film Festival - Fall Edition and the Award for Best Animated Short-Film from Sydney World Film

Festival.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Five deities of power gather in an underground lair to discuss major themes about world domination and status-quo. Visionarius has machiavellian prospects for the future of mankind, but he is warned by the AngelAuditivus about thespiritual awakening present in some avenues of Western society. "Patrioska" is an animated short-film directed for the Masters Degree in Animation and Illustrationof IPCA (Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave).

This film approaches a diversity of themes related to a whole set of political, socialand cultural and social themes of contemporaneity: the synarchic forces and theirimpact on the political and world scene   and the way that the paradigm of matter hasdriven the West to a deep and current spiritual crisis - these concepts are representedthrough strong alegories and metaphors. A film defined by a strong political satire withinthe fiction, fantasy and Underground genre.

The short-film was part of the official selection and program of 50 film festivals worldwide. "Patrioska" won the Lisbon Bull Award for Best Portuguese Film from the Lisbon International Film Festival - Fall Edition and the Award for Best Animated Short-Film from Sydney World Film Festival.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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