Dir: Damina Nenow
Poland, 2010, 10'
3D computer, without dialogue
Original title: “Krokodill”
Prod: Platige Image
A short tale about the demons that slumber deep in the human soul and have the power to push people into the abyss of blind hate, fury and rage.
Born in 1983 and graduated from the Lodz Film School, Damian Nenow is a specialist in computer graphics. He is the author of several animated short films, illustrations and work of concept art. His first student films, "The Aim" and "Great Escape", were screened at numerous festivals worldwide. He is currently working at the Polish postproduction studio Platige Image where he directs, creates animation, edits and works on a widely conceived 3D graphics.
I wanted to make a film that would, most of all, be entertaining, spectacular and visually attractive for a viewer. On the other hand, I wanted "Paths of Hate" to be more than yet another show-off of technical capabilities, filled with huge fighting robots or trolls. I decided that the illustration of one of humanity's fundamental problems – a tendency for pointless hate – would be an ideal choice. "Paths of Hate" is an audiovisual creation in the fullest meaning of the word. I design my films from the very beginning, assuming that music and sound are no less than a half of the final effect.
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