: In this stop-motion short animation we envision a world where seagulls, with their intelligence and adaptability, have become an unexpected ally in the fight against environmental pollution. At least it seems so. In response to the increasing pollution and waste in their habitats, seagulls have evolved an extraordinary ability to recycle garbageThe seagulls weren't merely scavenging for food but actively separating and organizing the waste they encountered.Also the seagulls had developed a preference for one specific type of garbage: Yellow colored things. But why do they collect only yellow things?
Bethany de ForestDirector
Country of Origin:Netherlands
Bethany de Forest
Director, scenario and production design.
Born: September 9 1966, Stoneham Mass, U.S.A.
Study: HKU Utrecht, the Netherlands
Lives and works in Amsterdam, the Netherlands
2009 ‘Red-End and the seemingly symbiotic society’
2015 ‘Red-End and the factory plant’
2022 'Waiting for the Bliep'
2022 'Chick Wash'
Bethany de Forest is an artist who works with dioramas. Her miniature sets are captured by means of photography and film. Seemingly life-size worlds wherein she creates her own reality.