Monthly Archives: May 2011

On Love and Afterlove. Story 7.

My husband was a strange man. I couldn’t tell how much of his foreignness was coming from the different culture and how much he owned it as a person. I put zoom lenses on my eyes. Look, the peculiar way … Continue reading

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On Love and Afterlove. Story 6.

A good wife cooks well. That is probably the most important qualification for a really good wife, because majority of men can’t be bothered with cooking but still want to enjoy their meals. Good cooking can make a man a … Continue reading

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Animation workshop in Potsdam

I usually associate word “workshop” with planing-machines, saws, chisels, lathes, floor full of shavings and lots of loud practical action. When someone presses the term “animation workshop” on me, I imagine 100 light boxes lined up, 1365 pencils, 20 scanners, … Continue reading

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Battle of Sexes in Warsaw

On May 5th me and Bill Plympton were invited to do Battle of Sexes in Warsaw, at Planete DOC festival. When we arrived we discovered that the event is taking place at a building of phallic significance. The unofficial name … Continue reading

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Fundraising. Story 8: Event.

The Lasse story ending¬† (On Love and Aferlove. Story 5 and 6) has to wait. This is the time for a fundraising story.¬†Fundraising is a time consuming beast of frustration. All I want to do is to make the film. … Continue reading

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