Karama Feather Award 2015 | Best Animated Film
“Karama Feather Award” for Best Feature Documentary- 2015 goes to "Dinner For Few"
Karama holds for the first time a Feather Award for Best Animated Film to acknowledge outstanding works by creative animators conveying memorable stories. The lineup include six beautifully made animation films.
Coke Rioboo is a musician, composer and animator. He has directed and animated three short films and a web series. He composed soundtracks for several short films and three features and has taught animation workshops around the world. He is the winner of Goya Award for his 2006 short film Said´s Journey.
Tariq Rimawi is a Jordanian animation filmmaker. In 2010 graduated from Newport Film School in the United Kingdom with a Masters degree in Animation Directing. His graduation stop-motion short won 12 awards. In 2013 Tariq completed his short animated film "Growing" in cooperation with Ma3mal 612 Think Factory.
Lisa Klemenz is a young plastic artist and filmmaker from France. She is passionate about the art of cinema and received a diploma in animation, during which she achieved her first short clay modeling entitled “The Strangers of your Life”: Winner of two prizes. In 2011, she moved to Egypt where she spontaneously directed a film during the 18 days of revolution. she also initiated many workshops in stop motion in Alexandria and Luxor.
Dinner For Few
An animated film depicting a sociopolitical allegory of our society. During dinner the system is working like a well-oiled machine. It constantly and solely feeds the few that foolishly consume all the resources while the rest survive on what little falls off the table. Inevitably when the supply is depleted the struggle for what's left leads to a catastrophic change. Sadly the offspring of this profound transition turns out to be not a sign of hope but the spitting image of the parents.
Director: Nassos Vakalis. Country: Greece, USA. Year: 2014. Producer: Katerina Stergiopoulou. Animation: Nassos Vakalis, Eva Vomhoff. Editor: Nassos Vakalis. Music: Kostas Christides. Sound: Kostas Fylaktidis, Loannis Giannakopoulos. Genre: Animation. Length: 10 minutes.