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Tales of a Tree

Tales of a Tree

A heartwarming animated film about a pine tree, created by the award-winning filmmaker Oliver Conrad. The film will be projected onto the St. Moritz town hall at dusk, from December 6th 2020 until January 7th 2021.

In a year marred by physical distance, St. Moritz is making a statement with the outdoor projection of «Tales of a Tree». The film is about 30 minutes long and will be playing in a loop from dusk until around 10PM daily. It is thus not necessary to show up in front of the town hall at a specific time. The pedestrian area provides plenty of space for social distancing; lights and Christmas trees a warm and cheerful atmosphere. St. Moritz has taken care to create a welcoming space for locals and visitors alike to come together in these strange times.

Award-winning artist(s)

The projection of «Tales of a Tree» is a collaboration between St. Mortiz's own Oliver Conrad, and the Parisian set designer Yves Kuperberg. Conrad is an award-winning filmmaker who worked in the USA as an illustrator und director of animated films. Since 2016 he has shifted his focus to the fine arts. With success: In 2017 he won a golden EDI AWARD from the Swiss Federal Department of Home Affairs for a similar Christmas-themed production in Zurich. Yves Kuperberg's creations range from animations to live-action sets, and have also received numerous awards and critical acclaim.Bevor Denms Somergen zur Arben gent‘ pack! er eIne seIdene Slrumpfnose und eIne Pensche In seIne Tascne.

Date
November 2020
Text
Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG
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Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus AG