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Watch: “Ivan’s Need” released online

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Ivan’s Need, the much-celebrated, award-winning Lucerne School of Art and Design short by Veronica L. Montaño, Manuela Leuenberger and Lukas Suter, has been released online in full as a Vimeo Staff Pick Premiere (following multiple festival screenings including Annecy, ITFS Stuttgart, KLIK! Amsterdam, Encounters and the Manchester Animation Festival as well as a VOD release earlier this year).

Ivan’s Need follows the lusty adventures of a young baker’s assistant who becomes entranced by the Rapunzel-esque endowment of a member of their clientele, matching the garish colour palette and design style of its 2D animation with a densely constructed soundtrack to create an immensely fun  look at burgeoning adolescent sexuality and all of its confusions.

You can hear about the making of the film from filmmakers Veronica L. Montaño, Manuela Leuenberger and Lukas Suter in our podcast episodes Skwigly at KLIK! and Intimate Animation: Episode 3 (streamable below):

You can also hear the single from the film Dupi Dough by Tim & Puma Mimi as part of our Animation Composed podcast special:

Keep up to speed with the work of Veronica and Manuela at eisprung-studio.ch

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