NXT creatives

Pavel Godlewski

Peter and the Wolves

Peter and the Wolves takes its inspiration from the history of dreams in cinema. In its frame-by-frame animation we witness a blurring of two realities as a dream is visualised in the form of a loose, narrative-musical composition. Directors use dreams as narrative devices in film, design, cinema and television because everything is possible in a dream. There are no boundaries when it comes to imaginative visualisations, no direct constraints of cause and effect, and no need for absolute logic. There is always room for innovation and a chance to explore a subject or character from countless perspectives. Indeed, the dream provides the viewer with valuable information and acts as a catalyst for re-imagining the time, space and effects of what has been revealed. In Peter and the Wolves we become passive observers of an anonymous character