Planetariun for children I

Beautiful Baby Tilapia

Asya Dyro

— Spanish premiere —

Fulldome | Sound | Color | 4’ 41’’ | 2019

Fulldome | Sound | Color | 4’ 41’’ | 2019

[ARTWORK] 

This story is about a small fish swimming in a big river in search of her family. In a simple and metaphoric way, the story tells about environmental problems.
The cartoon was created in collaboration with Saint Augustin University of Tanzania and Nyamalango Primary School in Mwanza, Tanzania. While Asya was working as an art teacher for one month at Nyamalango school, she experimented with different materials and subjects, and while playing she talked with the students about nature, animals and families. All the illustrations in the film were created by the kids and, for some of them, it was their first painting experience.

[BIO] 

Asya Dyro is a computer graphics artist currently based in Moscow, Russia. She has been working in fulldome films production since 2015 and uses various digital 3D and 2D graphics software. +

How It Was Told To Me: Māori Legends From New Zealand

OHU Domes

— Spanish premiere —

Fulldome | Sound | Color | 17’ 28’’ | 2019

Fulldome | Sound | Color | 17’ 28’’ | 2019

Fulldome | Sound | Color | 17’ 28’’ | 2019

[ARTWORK] 

How It Was Told To Me: Māori Legends From New Zealand is a collection of three theatrical short animations which can be screened individually or showcased as a complete collection. The Creation Story tells the tale of Ranginui the Sky Father and Papatūanuku the Earth Mother, and their many children plotting to separate them. In Rona and The Moon we learn how Marama, the Moon, came to look the way it does in our southern skies today. The Great Waka tells of the creation of The Milky Way with all its constellations, and how they have been used through the ages to guide Polynesian sailors navigating the southern seas. These award-winning theatrical animations were created by OHU Domes and feature recordings of traditional Māori instruments by Dr Richard Nunns, narration by Te Kohe Tuhaka, Tānea Heke, Rangimoana Taylor and sound design by Dylan Storey.

[COLECTIVO] 

OHU Domes is a collective of like-minded artists with high-end experience aiming to create high quality, engaging dome content.+

Fractal Time

Julius Horsthuis

— Spanish premiere —

Fulldome | Sound | Color | 11’ | 2019

Fulldome | Sound | Color | 11’ | 2019

Fulldome | Sound | Color | 11’ | 2019

[ARTWORK] 

Fractal Time is an abstract, immersive film that plays with the origin and future of our universe. Horsthuis considers his work “a journey of discovery” and the audience is invited to step inside these new, fractal realities. The results, accompanied by an original score, are both cinematic in their visual scope, and operatic in their approach: cities emerge from space ships, bottoms of ocean turn into jungles, at any point in time anything can happen and feel as if they reach what our imagination is capable of.

[BIO] 

Julius developed a love for film and video at the age of 12. After high school, he worked on various film sets as sound recordist, clapper loader and focus puller. +

Planetarium for children

Within the Planetarium section this year INTERSECCIÓN has a series of audiovisual proposals that can be enjoyed by all audiences, especially children and young people, with pieces that present proposals from the most narrative to the most sensorial.