Juan Pablo Zaramella is a director, animator and illustrator with a strong interest in creativity and ideas. With more than 10 shorts and 2 TV series, is one of the current references in the world of animation.In 2010, Annecy International Animation Festival presented a special program with a selection of his works. His film Luminaris has won 324 awards, becoming the Guinness World Record holder to the Most Awarded Short in history in 2018, including the Audience Award and Fipresci Award at Annecy 2011, and was also Oscars Shortlisted. In 2016 he created and directed “The Tiniest Man in the World”, a 52 episode series made in co-production with France and Argentina. Zaramella’s new projects are a new short film, called “Passenger” (in production) and a feature film in development called CODA, project winner of Ciclic Award at Annecy-Mifa 2020.
A short and funny sketch, admirably realized with the technique of animation of plasticine puppets, takes us to a very moving gala night at the Opera. How do the singers provoke so much passion, with rivers of tears among the sophisticated audience present in the room?
Script, Direction, Animation: Juan Pablo Zaramella
Music Excerpt from Cavalleria Rustican: Pietro Mascagni
Arrangement: Alejo Villarino
Singers: Nora di Ricci, Marianna Clusella, Alejo Villarino
Producer: Sol Rulloni
A curious nun ventures into the darkest side of her world. And her world seems to fall apart, Oh my God!!! One of the rare films of the Argentinian author, made not in stop motion but drawn on the computer, playing exclusively on the screen divided into two parts, one white and one black, in a game of progressive subtraction of the elements that make up the character with a barrage of hilarious gags.
Script, direction, animation: Pablo Zaramella
Voice: German Castro
Music: Johann Sebastian Bach
Spund: Gustavo Cornillon
Producer: Silvina Cornillon