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WATCH: Anete Melece’s ‘The Kiosk’

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Having made its online premiere yesterday, Latvian-born animator Anete Melece‘s multi-award-winning 2013 film The Kiosk, made for her Master’s degree at the Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Switzerland, is finally available online in full:

Around the time when I had the idea I had a decent job in an office and everything was kind of okay, except that I had a feeling that I was stuck and was not growing anymore. When I came to this idea about a woman who is literally stuck at her work-place and is dreaming of freedom, at first I didn’t realise that it was about me. Only when I finally left the job and started to study so that I could do this film did it occur to me, even though it was so obvious.

-Anete Melece (Director, The Kiosk)

You can read our full interview with Anete Melece here and check out some of composer Ephrem Leuchinger‘s scores for her films in our Animation Composed podcast series.

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