In this experimental film, artists Martina Meštrović and Tanja Vujasinović make animated female sculptures that invade the screen of objective reality in a tribute to their prolific teacher.
AWARDS: Vedran Samanovic Award/ Special Mention. Flipbook Film Festival/ Special Mention. Diversions International Short Film Festival/ Honorable Mention. SEEfest South East European Festival/ Special Mention. Animateka International Animated Film Festival/ ASIFA Croatia. Special Mention/ The Sphinx Award for the best film. Videomedeja/ Special Mention. Liburnia Film Festival/ Critics' Jury Award. FeKK Ljubljana Short Film Festival/ Special Mention. Tabor Film Festival/ Special Mention. Mediterranean Film Festival Split
A Cat Is Always Female. Animated sculptures through a feminist lens
The directors of this experimental film are multidisciplinary female artists.
Tanja Vujasinović (1974) completed MA Fine Art studies at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London in 2006 and graduated on a Sculpture department from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb in 1999.
Martina Meštrović (1974) graduated on a Sculpture department from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb in 1998.
Ambas se alimentan de sus estudios de la escultura para crear una mixtura de texturas sobre la pantalla, en donde la animación contamina el registro videográfico para crear una nueva realidad.