Natalia Krivulya, Moscow
Natalia Krivulya is an artist and animation scholar. She has participated in conferences and festivals and is a director of the VGIK Annual International Conference ‹Animation as a Phenomenon of Culture› in Moscow. Her research and publications (in Russian) include ‹Development of the European School of Animation in a Channel of Centrism in Literature in European Culture› (Moscow, 2008), ‹Full-length Animation: from Disney Until Contemporary Times› (Moscow, 2008) and books such as ‹Labyrinths of Animation›, ‹A Study of Russian Animated Film of the Second Half of the 20th Century› (Moscow, 2002), ‹The Animated Shades of a Magic Lantern› (Moscow, 2006) and ‹In the Mirror of Time. Animation of Two Americas (silent period)› (Moscow, 2007).
Selected Films as artist and art director
Kings and Cabbage 1996, 52' | Ruth 1997, 26' | Nikopeyka 1999, 4' | A Cat and
a Half 2002, 26' | A Room and a Half, Or a Sentimental Journey to the Homeland 2008, 130'
Statement - Animation as a Cultural Phenomenon
Wednesday, 9 December
9:00 at Bourbaki 2