EVERY DAY- SHORT FILM

by Sara Nanna

EVERY DAY is a puppet animation, which illustrates the ways in which people interact with each other, in a world that resembles our own. The narrative is abstract, employing both the surreal and the humorous in addressing universal, elementary emotions, such as passivity, exhaustion, frustration and the feeling of being insufficient or misunderstood. Emotions that can make people blind to one another and deny themselves the possibility of magic in everyday life. 


The animation was made using both live pictures and stop motion and can be viewed as either an on-going video-installation in rotation or as an abstract short story about life, spanning two days.

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Natalie MacMahon