101 Days of Lockdown

An animated film by Jelena Sinik & Nicolette Axiak

101 Days of Lockdown is an experimental exploration into the mundane and domestic moments of aloneness that made up the human experience of the 2021 Australian pandemic lockdowns. The split screen film follows the lives of two best friends, 40km apart and on opposite sides of Sydney.

 

The unique format of one second of animation per day, creates a social document of the moods and moments that constituted both the similarities and differences of life in the Western and Eastern Suburbs during this strange time.

Directed by Jelena Sinik, these daily observations place two cultures side-by-side, highlighting the ways in which each artist navigated life while bound by the restrictions of their region.

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101 Days of Lockdown is an animated documentary, designed with a highly rendered rotoscoped style so that suburban Australians who resonate with the experience can find familiarity from within the narrative.

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