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  • Director:J. Ceschino / Ch. Giboin / A. Nouar / S. Renaud / J. Teulieres / C. Vital
  • Country:France
  • Technique:3D computer
  • Genre:Sci-Fi / Adventure
  • Year:2014
  • Length:05:50


On a barren planet, a shaft of light suddenly splits the sky. The ground moves, the earth trembles, rocks shatter and rumble. The air mellows. After the stones' hustle, a strange vegetation settles in. The rhythm speeds up and one discovers a fascinating universe.

Posted by Javier Longobardo ago
Mycelium depicts a disturbing wild nature, a blend of fantasy and reality, science fiction actually: Space off the human scale but not so far away...This high quality 3D animation is also accompanied by a delicious matching music.
Posted by Elena Melloncelli ago
Mycelium is a disturbing thought provoking journey into a rotten pear. A universe made of textures and animals, a fight for survival. Somehow a good metaphor, a sort of Matrioska, to remind us that every universe is composed by its little parts, each of them important, each of them struggling. In the end the difference between a rotten pear and our world seems smaller than ever.
Posted by Sara Koppel ago
Mycelium is a beautiful organic & artificial trip, in a strong atmosphere that shelves life & breathing, parasites & microorganisms. With a music's floating timing both in picture & sound.
Posted by larryloc ago
This seems to be a bcross between a Fantasia creation story and a demo reel to show off CGI skills, which the animator surely has in spades. The twist at the end does seem to turn eye candy into a story but it feels a little tacked on.

Larry Loc
Director of AniMazSpot Intrnational Short Animation Feedback Festival
Posted by Mariano Epelbaum ago
Love the strong and unique style and animation.
Posted by Emily Myers ago
I picked Mycelium for it’s tight pacing in visual storytelling and unique, experimental storyline. It heightens in action as we move through the story. It’s a piece that takes the audience on a journey posing the question: what seemingly, intangible, sci-fi world are we seeing unfold? The build up takes us to a place we are not expecting. We have now seen the inner workings of a pear rotting in an everyday, florescent-lit refrigerator. It is a story that we, as humans, are not involved with emotionally in our day to day, but one that we are able to understand and connect to in a very different context. This displacement is what makes this piece work in a unique, one of a kind way.
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