Recopilación - Priit Pärn (1978-2003)

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Recopilación - Priit Pärn (1978-2003)

Mensajepor pickpocket » Vie 21 Mar, 2008 21:59

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Priit Pärn

Priit Pärn nació en 1946, en Estonia. Artista gráfico y director de películas animadas de gran éxito entre críticos y público de diversos festivales de cine. Dirigió su primera película La Tierra es redonda? en 1977. Entre las películas más importantes de Pärn están: Triangle (1982), Breakfast on the Grass (1987), Hotel Y (1991), 1895 (co-dirigido por Janno Põldma, 1995) y Night of the Carrots (1998). Su estilo es caracterizado por el humor negro, tendencia surrealista y un estilo gráfico único. En 2002 recibió el premio Lifetime Achievement Award de la International Animated Film Association. Pärn es profesor de animación en la Arts Academy of the Turku Polytechnic, en Finlandia, desde 1994.


Gilliam, en cine-clasico.com, escribió:Priit Pärn (Recopilación 1978-2003)


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Priit Pärn es un animador y artista gráfico estonio que quizá no sea demasiado conocido, pero que es considerado en bastantes círculos uno de los mejores animadores de la actualidad. Sus cortos, o al menos los pocos que he podido ver, mezclan humor negro, surrealismo y crítica al sistema, todo ello realzado por un rico lenguaje visual.



Sobre el autor:

An illegitimate conceptual crossbreeding of Lenny Bruce, George Grosz and Jean-Luc Godard, Pärn's animated films are bitingly funny, complex explorations of the effects of ideological systems on human beings.

His work has received roaring applause and fancy awards, but like much of independent animation, Pärn's films are rarely shown outside the festival circuit. In addition to being an animator, Pärn is also a noted graphic artist, teacher and lecturer whose influence is so far-reaching that students from Finland, Switzerland and America travel to Estonia to work with him. And later this year, he'll receive the prestigious ASIFA award from the Association Internationale du Film d'Animation, which is given to an individual who has made significant contributions to the art of animation.



Ja Teeb Trikke ('And Plays Tricks', 1978) SATRip

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A tiny green bear (the Trickster) tries his best to impress a group of animals with his anoying tricks.

Sin diálogos.

Priit Pärn - ja teeb trikke (1974) [SatRip] [Animation Short].wmv
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Priit Pärn - ja teeb trikke ('And Plays Tricks', 1978) [SatRip] [Animation Short].wmv [82.87 Mb] [Info]

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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0383165/





Aeg maha ('Time Out', 1984) VHSRip

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It's not always easy to follow domestic routines. Especially if you are a frenzied little cat with a lot of other things to keep track of.

Sin diálogos.

Grand Prix Varna Animated Film Festival, Bulgaria 1985
1st Prize from the International Animated Film Festival Cinanima in Espinho, Portugal 1985
Best animated film Bilbao Short Film Festival, Spain 1985

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Priit Parn - Time Out (1984).avi
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Priit Parn - Time Out (1984).avi [119.71 Mb] [Info]

:arrow: Más Info:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0383174/





Eine murul ('Breakfast on the Grass', 1988) VHSRip VOSI

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Pärn's "Breakfast on the Grass" (1988) is considered by many to be one of the masterpieces of animation. In examining a few moments in the daily lives of four Estonians, Pärn trenchantly critiques life in the Soviet Union by giving viewers a rare glimpse of the absurdities of Communist society and what people endure on a daily basis just to survive. As with "Triangle," "Breakfast on the Grass" astonished Russian audiences with its frank portrait of modern Soviet life.

"I think the general audience was not prepared for this kind of animation," recalls Pärn. "It is a description of a very concrete society told in a realistic way using a dramatic structure that is closer to a live-action feature. But the story is performed using the tools of animation -- visual gags, metamorphosis and different drawing styles. Usually so-called serious stories are dark, heavy, slow and boring. I try to make my serious film funny, multileveled and ironic. I think this fusing of the serious and comic confused people."

Grand Prix from the XVIII Tampere Short Film Festival, Finland 1988
Grand Prix, best film in category C and critics prize from VIII Animated Film Festival in Zagreb, Croatia 1988
3rd Audience Prize from Short Film Festival in Bonn, Germany 1988
1st Prize in category C from 1st Animated Film Festival in Shanghai, 1988
Grand Prix from the International Animated Film Festival Cinanima in Espinho, Portugal 1988
1st Prize from the XXI USSR Film Festival in Baku, 1988
Best Animated Film Award from Melbourne Film Festival, Australia 1988
3rd Prize from VIII Odense Film Festival, Denmark 1989
Nika - the highest prize of the USSR film industry 1989

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Priit Parn - Breakfast on the Grass.avi
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Priit Parn - Breakfast on the Grass.avi [295.77 Mb] [Info]

:arrow: Más Info:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0383335/





Hotel E (1992) VHSRip

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In 1992, the year after Estonia became independent, Pärn completed "Hotel E," a bitter critique of the hypocrisy of both the East and the West. While the East represses art and language, he contends, the West, for all its freedom, lacks art and language and, with that, individuality. Playing with stereotypes, Pärn paints the East as a dark, gray world while filling the West with bright colors and friendly, smiling faces. Beneath this pop-art sugarcoating, he seems to be saying, the West is a culture of sterility and illusion. No one does anything, no ones says anything, yet everything is "just great."

"I had been traveling a lot between East and West," says Pärn. "I was between two systems. This is my own story up to a certain point. This is not a film about two systems, about East and West; for me it is a story about this person." While Estonia's independence afforded Pärn more freedom, it came with a price: "In the Soviet time everything which was not permitted was forbidden. So there were an endless number of restrictions that were political, but just insane. Now all the limits are connected with money. The final result is very often the same as before, sometimes worse."

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Priit Parn - Hotel E (1992).avi
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:flecha: eLink:
Priit Parn - Hotel E (1992).avi [363.97 Mb] [Info]

:arrow: Más Info:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0475612/





1895 (1995) SATRip VO

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The animated cartoon "1895" is dedicated to the centennial of cinema. "1895" is a picture about the life of brothers Auguste and Louis Lumiere. The cartoon acquaints the public with so far unknown biographical facts and events from the life of the two celebrated brothers who have immortalized their names as inventors of cinematography. The picture is an illusion. Is illusion truth? this assertion and the subsequent question gave the authors of this cartoon the rights to declare that namely their version of the life of brothers Lumiere and the birth of cinema was the most original and unique of all.

In "1895," Pärn used the centenary of cinema as an opportunity to deconstruct it. (The film opens with the statement "The cinema, it is a lie.") The structure of the film is straightforward: The protagonist, Jean-Paul, does not know who he is and decides to travel around the world in search of his identity. (It turns out he's the co-creator of cinema, Louis Lumière.)

Pärn uses Jean-Paul's journey to analyze the cinema and its influence on our perceptions of the world. He argues that our ideas of nationality and history are constructed by cinema. (For example, footage from Sergei Eisenstein's fictional film "October" was often used as documentary footage of the Russian Revolution.) During Jean-Paul's travels, each country is reduced to a stereotype -- Italy is red wine and the Mafia; Switzerland is clocks and Swiss Army knives.

Cinema, Pärn seems to argue, has become so ingrained in our lives that we often allow it to replace our own perspective of the past. In a sense, "1895" is an anti-cinema film. It reminds us that there was a time when motion pictures did not exist and suggests that perhaps a movieless world was not such a bad thing. In a world without films, cinema aficionados might have done something more beneficial for humanity. (At one point we learn that François Truffaut was working on the invention of synthetic rain clouds before giving it all up to become a film critic and director.)

As with all of Pärn's work, there is an autobiographical element to the films. In "1895" he acknowledges his own complicity in propagating the evils of cinema through the character of Louis' brother Auguste Lumière, who disappears at the beginning of the film to become a biologist (like Pärn) before returning at the end to invent cinema with Louis/Jean-Paul. Pärn reverses cinema's role as an instigator of a generic memory and instead uses it to explore his personal memories of both his life and his films.


Diálogos en estonio sin subtítulos.

Priit Pärn - 1895 [SatRip] [Animation Short].wmv
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Priit Pärn - 1895 [SatRip] [Animation Short].wmv [249.87 Mb] [Info]

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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0112253/





Porgandite öö ('Night of the Carrots', 1998) SATRip VO

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Diego the bicyclist waits to check into the PGI hotel, where each room's inhabitant seems more bizarre than the last, and the rabbits on the top floor have discovered the secret of voodoo, using electronics and carrots. Can the rare and unpredictable night of the carrots save everyone, or will their connections to the room's electrical sockets restrain them too much? Will Diego find love with an egg that speaks incessantly in German? Will the cellist, who is actually a room full of a gelatinous substance, affected in some way by buttons labeled K, G, and B, have dreams that explain everything? Or will the audience just leave scratching their heads? Not all questions get answered.

Diálogos en estonio sin subtítulos.

Pärn's most recent film, 1998's "Night of the Carrots," examines the effect of computers and the Internet on contemporary society, as well as the cult of celebrity. The story finds crowds of people, led by the protagonist, Diego, trying to get into a sanitarium-like institution called "PGI." It's not clear why these people want in to PGI; as the narrator says, "Being contenders was their real aim because once they were in they would have nothing to do." In each of PGI's rooms we meet a variety of bizarre characters who want only to escape. The occupants each have a personal dream that, they soon discover, they cannot realize because they are literally plugged into their rooms.

Escape from PGI is possible only during one night when all the rabbits (who control the world through computers) turn into carrots. Contrary to the ominous warnings about a Y2K cataclysm that preceded the new millennium, Pärn instead saw the period during which he was making "Night of the Carrots" as a moment of temporary liberation. For one evening, Pärn suggests, we could step outside of our rooms, away from our computers and embrace the natural world and, with it, ourselves.


Priit Pärn - Night of the Carrots (1998) [SatRip] [Animation Short].wmv
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Priit Pärn - Night of the Carrots (1998) [SatRip] [Animation Short].wmv [246.17 Mb] [Info]

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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0219977/





Karl ja Marilyn ('Karl and Marilyn', 2003) DVDRip

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Karl is tired of the heavy burden of fame that oppresses him and he decides to liberate himself from it. He returns to life among so called ordinary people, after which he crosses paths with fame-seeking Marilyn. Ordinary Karl is the force that turns Marilyn into an idol of the masses. But not for long...

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Karl Ja Marilyn 2003 Eesti Joonisfilm Tv Xvid.avi [349.07 Mb] [Info]

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Karl ja Marilyn (Priit Pärn) sub español.txt [1.1 Kb] [Info]

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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0383444/






Parnography - Mees Animatsoonist (Hardi Volmer, 2005)

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Parnography is a biographical take on perhaps the best known Estonian animator in the world, Priit Parn, whose hallmark animation not only signals a keen eye for the absurd and grotesque manifestations of a human as a social being, but also pierces his unconsciousness. A look of Parn’s work along with that of his Estonian animator colleagues might suggest that Estonia owes its independence to its animation rather than to material revolt and revolutionary singing!

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Mees animatsoonist - Priit Parn.avi [699.30 Mb] [Info]







:arrow: Más sobre Pärn:
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0681264/
http://www.salon.com/people/bc/2001/07/ ... index.html
http://www.awn.com/gallery/parn/




Es un gustazo poder disfrutar de un plumazo de toda la obra del animador estoniano, gracias al inmenso trabajo de Gilliam.

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Mensajepor Nalekh » Sab 22 Mar, 2008 02:24

¡Fantástico! Gracias a Gilliam y a ti Pickpocket por el aviso.
He hecho el hilo Post-it.

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Mensajepor pickpocket » Mar 01 Abr, 2008 07:33

El Renegáu, en cine-clasico.com, escribió:Ha caido en mis manos un nuevo viejo corto de Priit Pärn. Se trata de Triangulo, del año 1982, una particularidad relación matrimonial que incluye a un tercero en discordia, con el típico humor de nuestro amigo Priit y sus incomparables dibujos.

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    Audio: mp3, 48000 Hz, stereo, 128 kb/s

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