TWO TRAMS (DVA TRAMVAYA)
Russia, 2016 / 10 min / Without dialogue / Animation
A little streetcar learns all he can from his mother.
Every day two streetcars, Klick and Tram, happily leave their station and travel around town, picking up passengers. Little Klick still has a lot to learn from his mother, so one day when she goes missing, he searches feverishly around the whole city to find her. Will they get to enjoy a last ride together?
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“The director selected two trams for her main heroes in the film Two Trams. The vibrant atmosphere of the city and the demanding animation revived the two trams and she managed to sensitively express the relationship between the old and the young generation. She used an unusual artistic combination of two different techniques to visually emphasize the whole idea.” Zlín Film Festival
- Nika – Best Animated Film, Nika Awards, 2018 (Russia)
- Special Prize, Open Russian Festival of Animated Film, 2017 (Russia)
- Gloden Slipper for Best Animated Film, Zlín Film Festival 2017 (Czech Republic)
- Best Animation, Best Character & Best Art Director, Animaprize National Animation Prize "Ikar" 2017 (Russia)
- Golden Eagle – Best Animation Film, Golden Eagle Awards, 2017 (Russia)
- Best Animation in the “Other Techniques” category, Neum Animated Film Festival, 2017 (Hungary)
- Gryphon Award – Best Short Film, Giffoni Film Festival, 2017 (Italy)
- Best Short Film for Kids, New Horizon International Youth Festival of Short Cinema and Animation, 2017 (Russia)
- Audience Award - Family Section, Reggio Film Festival, 2017 (Italy)
- Special Jury Mention, Shorts of the Year, 2017 (Spain)
- Special Mention, Cardiff Animation Festival, 2018 (United Kingdom)
Svetlana Andrianova was born in 1975 in Russia. She has a wide-ranging education in art – from painting to computer graphics to animation – which she received from the Moscow State Academy Art Lyceum where she was trained by artist A.M. Tatarsky at studio Pilot. Later, she enrolled at the Russian State Cinema Institute VGIK and picked up practical experience at school-studio SHAR. Her work includes A Little Star (2014) and Owl Me Tender (2015). Two Trams (2016) is her third film.
- 2016 – Dva tramvaya (short)
- 2015 – Sovy nezhnye (short)
- 2014 – Zvezdochka (short)