Belgium / 2020 / animated / 19' / Short Film Competition
Johnny Supro spends his days mournfully cruising the city in his taxi, driving drunks at his back seat and ending his shift with a few drinks at a bar. Just like "Taxi Driver" from Scorsese's film, he observes moral decay from the perspective of his car: violence, alcoholism and sexual assaults. Would his story have taken a different turn if he hadn't met a girl called "Ghost Eye" during his schooldays? This bleak, albeit lit by neons, neo-noir animation takes the viewers on a nightmarish journey to the darkest corners of the human soul.
- directed by
Wouter SelQ&A guest
Born in 1977 in Lier. A graduate of KASK, Gent, Belgium. Awarded with following prizes: Prize Franciscus Pycke at Hogeschool Gent, TEEK festival Breda (Nl), ACE-studentfilm competition, Filmfestival Gent, Het Grote Ongeduld, SABAM-award at ANIMA, Cinergie-award at ANIMA. Nominated to Joseph Plateau Award in "Best Short Film" category at Flanders IFF Gent, 2004.
Thijs De Cloedt
Born 1979 in Brugge in Belgium. Graduated in 2004 at KASK, Gent, Belgium. “Voer Voor Kranken” (2004) is his graduation film. Prizes: Prize Charles Delue at Hogeschool, Gent, Grote prijs van het Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest at ANIMA, Brussels.
- Wouter Sel, Thijs De Cloedt
- animated by
- David Chambolle, Nicolas Fong, Karolien Raymaekers, Diana Monova, Lenny Biesemans
- Chris Goss
- Francois De Meyer
- Johanna Keppens (Volstok)