Punto y Raya Festival 2016
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"Abstract work allows the mind to project, to fantasize from a multitude of viewpoints. While the artist may have had a concrete idea during the creation process, the viewers are still provided with the freedom to understand it any way they want to. You may see bubbles rising from the bottom of the sea, planets colliding, or soap foam dripping down your skin. What matters is what inspires your imagination."

Statuettes designed by Holger Lang and Stefan Stratil, with the support of ASIFA Austria and ZKM.


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Created by KinoManual (Aga Jarząb + Maciek Bączyk)

Jurors at PyR 2016

Dirk De Bruyn

1950 · Netherlands


Max Hattler

1976 · Germany


Tania Khan

1987 · Germany


Michael Klein

1960 · Germany


Stefan Stratil

1963 · Austria
ASIFA Austria

Awarded Films at PyR 2016
FIRST PRIZE
RGB Colour Model
RGB Colour Model

Blanca Rego Constela
5'00'' · cgi · colour
2016 | Barcelona, Spain

Blanca Rego Constela

This film's perceptual manipulations make productive use of after-images and other visual effects. The jury was impressed by the positive expanded cinema challenge that this film presented to its audience.

SECOND PRIZE
Vagina Cosmica
Vagina Cosmica [Cosmic Vagina]

Luca Pertegato
Otolab
4'50'' · video comp. · b&w
2009 | Milano, Italy

Luca Pertegato  Otolab

As well as its expressive use of moiré effects this film presents a sustained and clear structure, a commendable achievement in abstract film. A total package.

THIRD PRIZE
letters.EHO
letters.EHO

Aga Jarząb
Maciek Bączyk
4'21'' · cgi · cameraless · colour
2016 | Wrocław, Poland

Aga Jarząb Maciek Bączyk

A well designed film that makes creative use of, and expands on, direct-on-film aesthetics.

AUDIENCE AWARD
Point
Point

Matt Abbiss
Martins Strautnieks
1'42'' · drawing · colour
2013 | London, UK

Matt Abbiss Martins Strautnieks
MENTION
vitreous
vitreous

Robert Seidel
Nikolai von Sallwitz
3'24'' · cgi · colour
2015 | Minneapolis, USA | Berlin, Germany

Robert Seidel Nikolai von Sallwitz

This film makes sophisticated and enlightened use of 3D technologies to create an engaging sense of space. The unobtrusive sound design further bolsters this effect.

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