About Boris Sverlow

Animation represents the ideal fusion of art and technology, where creativity and innovation come together to inspire and entertain. From traditional hand-drawn animation to computer-generated imagery, motion capture techniques, cutting edge artificial intelligence technology, and beyond, these advancements have compelled us to adapt continuously. Reshaping how we approach and digest audiovisual media. Personally, I find great satisfaction in exploring these technologies. They enable the creation of new narratives and visuals, fueling my passion for pushing boundaries and charting unexplored territories in animation.

I’m a freelance director and animator based in Antwerp, Belgium. My animation journey began at KASK, Ghent, with my acclaimed short film Shattered Past leading to my professional debut Gerontophobia which premiered at the Busan International Film Festival. Currently, I’m working on my next short Sea Change inspired by the graphic novel Zwerveling by Peter Van den Ende.

I’ve collaborated with esteemed partners like Lunanime, Animal Tank, MarthaTentatief theater company, and the Red Star Line Museum, contributing to captivating projects like Four chambres to the heart, Most Wanted and Dinska Bronska. Additionally, I’m exploring new technologies through art projects with studio KASBOEK, one of which Prismatic Reverberations, is displayed at the Stedelijk Museum of Breda.