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Black Tape

Black Tape

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Entangled in a sort of tango, the victim and tormenter dance, occupying the frame and the space between brushstrokes.

The film

  • Film identity

    Original title: Black Tape

    Directed by: Michelle KRANOT, Uri KRANOT

    Born in Israel, Michelle and Uri Kranot are artists, independent animation filmmakers and they also happen to be married. They're currently based at The Animation Workshop in Viborg, Denmark, where they both teach animation and run the AniDox:Lab - a continuous training project devoted to the making of animated documentaries. Their personal works have won over a hundred international prizes and participated in numerous film festivals and exhibitions. Their film "Hollow Land" was nominated for an Oscar in 2013 and selected out of competition at the Annecy Festival. "Black Tape" was in competition at Annecy 2015 and "How Long, Not Long" took home the FIPRESCI Award at Annecy 2016. Michelle and Uri also work with audiovisual performers and multimedia game studios, creating installations, exhibitions and VR.

    Country: Denmark

    Year of production: 2014

    Running time: 03 min

  • Technique

    Category: Short film

    Techniques used: Drawing on paper, Photocopies, Rotoscope

    Process: Colour

    Target public: Adults

  • Credits

    Directed by: Michelle KRANOT, Uri KRANOT



    Artistic direction: Michelle Kranot

    Script: Michelle Kranot, Uri Kranot

    Graphics: Michelle Kranot, Uri Kranot

    Storyboard: Michelle Kranot, Uri Kranot

    Layout: Michelle Kranot, Uri Kranot

    Animation: Michelle Kranot, Uri Kranot

    Camera: Michelle Kranot, Uri Kranot

    Compositing: Uri Kranot

    Music: Uri Kranot

    Sound: Thomas Christensen

    Editing: Uri Kranot