Selva (Jungle) is a child who travels in a capsule made of living matter. Jungle can transport and wake up in distant forests or in our own stomach.
Do not miss the discoveries of this little dreamer.
A micro-series of eight chapters based on the philosophy of Marionete Livre created by Juliana Notari and Laura Corcuera.
Production: Marionete Livre.
Creation and animation of puppets, shapes and materials: Juliana Notari.
Scenarios: Juliana Notari.
Screenplay: Juliana Notari and Laura Corcuera.
Original music: dani-vi.
Cameras: Yuri de Francco and Laura Corcuera.
Lighting: Juliana Notari, Yuri de Francco and Laura Corcuera.
Editing and mounting: Yuri de Francco.
Direction: Laura Corcuera.
selva (jungle) #08
Selva (Jungle) ends the first series of journeys in search of seeds to replant food and emotions. It’s time to go home and enjoy
the colors, flavors and smells alongside other beings. She rests, revisits the nomadic memories and plans other airs and flights.
Selva ends the first series of journeys in search of seeds to
replant food and emotions. It’s time to go home and enjoy
the colors, flavors and smells alongside other beings. She rests,
revisits the nomadic memories and plans other airs and flights.
Jungle arrives on an island called Eneida. A latent, breathing place, full of details. Selva identifies and connects with the Eneida Island and feels a lot of happiness with this passage.
Jungle finally rests. As she sleeps embraced by the earth, everything is in motion, and all beings are awake taking care of the sensitive little warrior. The world of dreams mixes with reality. Life explodes in this time-space.
Selva discovers golden and fragrant mountains and goes follows its
desire to find and collect seeds. But human strength cuts the
mountains into pieces. Selva insists and persists with its attentive and poetic gaze.
Selva´s capsule falls into a sick territory with so much metal extracted from the depths. Selva has almost no strength to germinate. Metal smoke makes it difficult for Selva to breathe. But where there is poetry and flow, there is life.
Selva feels exhausted and tries to rest, but the paper forest is destroyed while she sleeps. Still leaving the world of dreams, Selva faces beings hungry for land and trees. The paper was once a tree.
In the second chapter, the Selva´s living capsule lands on a strange ocean, with synthetic, transparent textures.
Will this little being find life in this inhospitable space?
Jungle is a child who travels in a capsule of living matter.
Jungle can transport and wake up in distant forests or in our own stomach.