SND Films
By Patrick Raats
& Job, Joris & Marieke
2013
Animation
26 x 5 min.
The Netherlands
No dialogue
Produced by Il Luster
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“The Tumblies” are an animated 3D series for a pre- school audience (ages 2-5). The Tumblies are colourful characters each made out of three or four separate discs, placed on top of each other. These discs are not fixed to one another, so a Tumbly can fall apart. Which often leads to slapstick-like and playfull scenes. The colourful Tumblies discover the world playfully.

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SND Films
By Various directors
2002 - 2014
Cultural / Human Interest
115 episodes x 54' min.
Germany
various
Produced by Avanti Media
HD
Format: 16:9

“Into the night with…” is an award winning, 60-minute series produced for ZDF/ARTE since 2002. The series matches artists from different fields to spend an evening together in a city of their choice. The idea is to create a forum for artists to exchange ideas and also show them as “real people”. Various locations and surprises evoke spontaneous reactions and interactions between the artists, cameras that operate “fly-on-the-wall”-like add to the unusual high level of authenticity and realness. “Into the night with.” has been awarded the Adolf Grimme Preis “Spezial”, Germany’s most renowned TV-award.

Among those who met on “Into the Night” are Francesco Vezzoli & Rufus Wainwright; Boris Becker & Jamie Cullum,  Torie Amos & Hauscka, James Franco & Frank Bidart, Liza Minelli & Fritz Wepper; William Friedkin & Uli Edel; Harmony Korine & Gaspar Noé; Juliette Lewis & Crispin Glover; Wolfgang Joop & Bill Kaulitz; Garry Kasparov & Peter Thiel; Melissa Auf der Mauer & Jennifer Lynch; Christopher Doyle & Nonzee Nimibutr and many others!!! They met in cities such as New York, Los Angeles, Paris, London, Berlin, Vienna, Budapest, Stockholm, Istanbul and Zurich.

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SND Films
By Various
2008
Cultural
4 x 26 min.
Germany
Various
Produced by Florianfilm Gmbh
Digital
Format: 16:9

FOUR EPISODES, FOUR AIRPORTS

It seems that almost a hundred years after the era of the great railway stations, the vast and lofty architecture of the age of steam was reincarnated in the form of streamlined cathedrals of flight at the end of last century. The series FLIGHTS OF FANCY shows – by means of four international major airports – contemporary architecture of the superlative.

Kansai International Airport – Osaka

It was opened in 1988 and was designed by the Italian architectural star Renzo Piano. Within the seemingly monumental terminal, silver support beams deliquesce upwards to form a framework which – when looked upon from the outside – looks like the wings of a gigantic bird.

Denver International Airport

Designed by Curtis Fentress, this is one of the most renowned architects of the United States. Fentress and his office are situated in Denver, and for his design he let himself be inspired by the snow-covered peaks of the Rocky Mountains nearby. The snow-white roof of the main creates the impression of an icy mountainscape with 34 peaks by day, whilst by night it conveys the image of a glowing ridge which promises the passengers looking out of their plane’s windows, a near arrival.

Pudong International Airport of Shanghai

Opened in time for the 50th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China on the 1st of October 1999. The design of China’s new calling card was taken over by no-one other than the French architectural legend Paul Andréu. With its monochrome structure the Shanghai Pudong Airport appears almost sacral. The grand floor space made of polished grey granite reflects the roof’s structure, which is seemingly interspersed by long white cylinders.

Barajas Airport, Madrid

The new terminal belongs amongst the most ambitious projects of the British master-builder and Pritzker-Award-winner Richard Rogers. Embedded in an artificial valley, the terminal picks up the composition of the Spanish plateau and melts, at the same time, via the separate roof with the surrounding mountainscape.

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SND Films
By Mark de Cloe
2011
Drama
30 x various min.
NL
Dutch
Produced by Submarine
HD
Format: 16:9
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30 Short stories about Dreams, Life and Love.

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SND Films
By Mark de Cloe
2003
Drama
34 x 4 min.
NL
various
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Format: 16:9

34 stories about love.

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SND Films
By Jonathan Herman
1997
Music
5 X 5 min.
NL
no dialogue
Produced by IJswater Films
Format: 4:3

Shot on various locations in Amsterdam, performed by 5 most successful young Dutch jazz artists.

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