Monthly Archives: June 2009

On clay and body boundaries in FLM

FLM writes about clay animation, Judith Butler and the boundaries between object and subject; and about us. Although the article mistakenly assumes The Weapon to be made in clay, its description of the threat of dissolving body parts is far too familiar to us after countless hours of melting vaseline fixatives and lost eyelids. Here […]

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Portello River Film Festival

We are very proud to have been selected for the Portello River Film Festival in Padova, Italy, where The Weapon will be screened in the animation section on July 18th, along with films by Swedish animation veterans such as Johan Hagelbäck. We hope to post more information on this as soon as possible.

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Review in Helsingborgs Dagblad

We got a review in Helsingborgs Dagblad, enthusiastic about The Weapon and its do-it-yourself-mentality. We couldn’t agree more, the possibilities today are astronomical compared to just five or ten years ago. Go make a film! Vapnet – en berättelse om tidens gång Rating: 3/5 Direct-to-DVD. ANIMATED SHORTFILM, Sweden 2009. Direction: Markus Amalthea Magnuson, Mattias Valenca, […]

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The Weapon short review by Allix Davis

Film lover Allix Davis have written a short review of The Weapon, available at his blog. We really appreciate the attention!

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A Film For Peace Festival

We are happy to announce that The Weapon has been selected for the competing section of the Un Film Per La Pace festival in Medea, Italy. Only two films from Sweden were selected, so we feel quite honored to participate. We will keep you posted as soon as we have more information.

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