by Gediminas Siaulys
2017 | 35mm | 11 min.
Date sunday 2 july
This is a story about the eternal miracle of life and death. The unfortunate death of a wild hare turns into a remarkable experience for children who find his body and bury it in a sand box. Now buried, the hare's life fades away and dozens of magical creatures that lived inside him leave his body in search for a new home. The hare's life ends by merging with nature, but is reborn in the plants and animals around it.
Gediminas Siaulys (Ged Sia) is an animation director, visual artist and a co-founder of a studio PetPunk. The artist’s primary areas of interest lie in animation, tactile crafts and various experiments within these fields. G. Siaulys with PetPunk are the first Lithuanians to win the “Young Guns” prize by the Art Directors Club (NY). Gediminas’ works gained recognition by world’s leading art & design magazines, conferences, festivals and became a synonym for "New Eastern European Design”. "Running Lights"is Gediminas' first film.