“Nutag – Homeland”
Director: Alisi Telengut
Alisi Telengut, born in 1989, is a director and animation artist currently based in Montreal. She creates animation frame by frame under the camera, with painting as the medium, to generate movement and explore hand-made and painterly visuals for her films. She is interested in the notions of visual poetry, lyrical representations of memory and experimental ethnography. Her recent films received awards at the 24th Stockholm International Film Festival, the 36th and the 37th Montreal World Film Festival and Canada International Film Festival. In addition to being selected at Slamdance, Florida, Edinburgh, ZINEBI, Talent tout court at Cannes Film Festival, and various worldwide film
venues and exhibitions as animation and moving image artworks, these films have also contributed to enthnographic, ethnocultural and archaeological research archives.
Selections and Awards:
Festival de Cannes (France – 2016)
Short and Sweet Film Festival (France – 2016)
Hiroshima International Animation Festival (Japan – 2016)