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Improv Everywhere


Their performances or practical jokes range from freezing 200 people in Grand Central Station, New York to a fictitious opening in a subway station or creating hilarious mobs spontaneously in public parks.
All together, up until now, there have been 85 “missions” that have involved thousands of participates and one basic rule: laugh, make witty social comment, have a good time… but never insult or humiliate anybody.
Duration approximately: 1 hour.

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3DFutura Show


The 2009 edition, once again brings us the curated selection of the best works in 3D produced over the last twelve months.
Every year, the 3DFutura Show includes everything from the most spectacular pieces produced by the large companies to small wonders created by independent artists from all around the world.
This edition features the work "French Roast" by Fabrice Joubert, winner of the "Best in Show Award" at the last edition of Siggraph. Works by Boolab, Sukwon Shin, Makoto Yabuki, Yasuhiro Kobari and Lucas Martell are also included.
Duration approximately: 1 hour.

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Futura Graphics


AF09 features a new audiovisual program. Digital animations and beyond: shorts, virals, videoclips and other pieces that share a common search for new aesthetics and languages. From student pieces to productions commissioned from well-know studios, the selected pieces include everything from manual techniques to real images in infography.
Works by Evelin Lohbeck, Adam Berg, Michal Socha, Antón Setola, Tim Kail, Brandon Todd and others.
Duration approximately: 1 hour.

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Digital Kitchen


Documentary on the work of the famous studio Digital Kitchen. With offices in New York, Los Angeles and Seattle, Digital Kitchen are valued for their innovative concepts in web design, advertising projects and digital contents. They have worked for Apple, Nike and HBO… and among their introductions to television series are those for "Dexter", "Six Feet Under" and "True Blood".
Duration approximately: 30 minutes.

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Reality Bytes


Animation opens new doors onto ways of dealing with documentaries.
Ever since the 50’s when Faith and John Hubley animated their children’s unscripted conversations and won an Oscar (Moonbird), various authors (Nick Park, Peter Lord, Tim Webb…) have used animation to subjectively express reality. This year, Sweden takes over from England with authors such as Hanna Heilborn and Jonas Odell, who, unlike their predecessors, wager for infographic animation in this fruitful mixture of genre. We will be showing their most recent works.
Duration approximately: 30 minutes.

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PES


Adam Pesapane (PES), North American director, is for many one of the best specialists in the “stop-motion” technique.
His animated shorts have received prizes at numerous festivals and have been viewed millions of times on YouTube. ArtFutura presents a collection of his best works that includes little-known pieces which are, however, none the less spectacular.
Duration approximately: 30 minutes.

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3D in Spain


The 3D in Spain prize is the most relevant competition in our country for the best works of 3D animation and special effects produced throughout the previous year by companies, students and independent artists. The program includes the finalist works that will be awarded prizes according to votes cast by the attending public.
Includes works from Jorge Morais, Carlos Morett, Kandor Graphics, Kotoc and Camilo Duarte.
Duration approximately: 1 hour.

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Cibermedia


ArtFutura recovers two programs that were produced for its 1991 and 1992 editions: Cybermedia and Global Mind. A retrospective view of two of its most important editions.
With the participation of Laurie Anderson, Mark Pellington (BUZZ), Brad DeGraf, Brenda Laurel, Tom DeFanti, Derrick de Kerckhove and others.
Duration approximately: 30 minutes.

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Global Mind


ArtFutura recovers two programs that were produced for its 1991 and 1992 editions: Cybermedia and Global Mind. A retrospective view of two of its most important editions.
With the participation of Kevin Kelly (editor of WIRED), Terence McKenna, Sherry Turkle, Rupert Sheldrake, Jim Blashfield and others.
Duration approximately: 30 minutes.

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The Best of the Rest


Works especially selected from the projections of the last 20 years of ArtFutura.
Including very special and little seen works by John Amanatides, Ben Hibon, Yugi Kyoshitsu, Aaron Otstott, Sejong Park and Polygon Pictures. The best of the best.
Duration approximately: 1 hour.

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Chris Landreth


Considered to be the most important independent artist in the field of digital animation, Chris Landreth has a new work this year: “The Spine”, as much a prize winner in Siggraph as in Ars Electronica.
This program includes his three great works: "Bingo", "Ryan" and “The Spine”.
Duration approximately: 30 minutes.

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