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Synopsis: A Moveable Feast is an animation about animal protection. In a de-anthropocentric view, it shows how the animals living freely in the forest become a feast on the table. By comparing the natural environment before and after, the work emphasizes the goal to strive for a world of peaceful coexistence between human and the natural environment.


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Run Time

3 minutes

Directed by

Yixue Wang

Director's Statement

Lao Tzu, the philosopher of ancient China once said “All things alike go through their processes of activity,and we see them return. ” In nature there are no rewards or punishments, there are causes and consequences.

Director's Bio

Wang Yixue was born in 1998 in China. She is now an animater, graphic designer and film maker based in Tokyo. She graduated from Tsinghua University, Academy of Art, Beijing, and keeps thinking about the relationship between human and nature. “A moveable Feast” was her first animated film.

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