A short film about social inequality and the relationship between a large monster and ninetynine small imps.

Runtime: 04:48 min

Year: 2013

Special Thanks to:
Jürgen Hagler, Sabine Retschitzegger, Alexander Wilhelm, Roland Keil

Synopsis & Description

»Ninetynine« is an animation which deals with the social inequality and the resulted uneven distribution in our present society. This is represented by the relationship between one big monster and ninetynine little imps.

The daily routine of the monster, who is the powerful sovereign in this universe, is only to cover the way between the feeding ground – an outsized tree far away of his cave – in order to appease his hunger. Since the path is associated with several obstacles, the monster is dependent on the little imps who are preparing the way for him. Conversely the imps are dependent on the monster to finally get a bit of feed that is far too little for all ninetynine anyway, but enough to survive.

  • Chris Lindner – Animatic, Animation, Compositing, Audio, Story
  • Andreas Widder – Director, Characterdesign, Animation, Story
  • Michaela Wiesinger – Storyboard, Assetdesign, Animation, Story
  • Patrick Wagesreiter – Storyboard, Assetdesign, Animation, Story