Competition

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Feature

Feature

Greek Film Archive, 48, Iera Odos str., Kerameikos, T. 210 3612 046

 

01. KOO! Kin-dza-dza, 90’

Russia 2013

Directed by Georgiy Daneliya and Tatiana Ilyina

Screenplay: Georgiy Danelia, Andrey Usachev

Animation:

Technique: 2D animation

Music: Giya Kancheli

Staring: Alexander Adabashyan, Georgiy Daneliya, Nikolay Gubenko, Vakhtang Kikabidze, Aleksey Kolgan

Production: CTB Film Company, Rhythm Production Company, Ugra Film Company

Producer: Konstantin Ernst, Sergey Selyanov

Distribution: Reflexion Films

Dialogues: Russian

Subtitles: English

 

Awards

Best Animated Feature Film, 2013 Asia Pacific Screen

Nika Award for Best Animated Feature

 

A renowned cellist Vladimir Chizhov (Uncle Vova) and his teenage nephew Tolik meet an alien with a teleportation device. Tolik carelessly pushes a button on the device, and he and Uncle Vova are beamed to the planet Plyuk in Kin-dza-dza galaxy. The planet is a post-apocalyptic desert without resources, ruled by a brutal racist regime. The two travellers meet three locals, Bi, Wef and their robot Abradox, who travel on a pepelats and constantly try to cheat and betray the naive newcomers. Tolik and Uncle Vova have to go a long distance through the rusting world of Kin-dza-dza to find their way home.

 

[ Screening: Thursday, 26 March 2015, Hour: 22:00 ]

 

 

 

02. THE MAGIC TRAIN, 87’

China 2015

Directed by Joe Chang, Zhang Zhenxing, She Yifan, Yu Jin, Fang Jianguo etc

Screenplay: Joe Chang, Zhang Zhenxing, She Yifan, Yu Jin, Fang Jianguo etc

Animation: Joe Chang, Zhang Zhenxing, She Yifan, Yu Jin, Fang Jianguo etc

Technique: 2D, 3D computer animation

Music: Sun Jianguo

Affiliation: Joe Chang

Dialogues: English

Subtitles: English

 

This film was based on a girl called Lin Lin, who was an American Born Chinese and brought up overseas. During her trip to China on a traveling train, she had experienced series of amazing things from what she saw in China.

 

 [ Screening: Friday, 27 March 2015, Hour: 22:00 ]

 

 

 

03. POSSESSED / Pos Eso, 82’ 18’’

Spain 2014

Directed by Sam

Screenplay: Sam

Animation: Claudi Sorribas, Elodi Pocon, Nacho de Marco, Ángel Fariña, Sam

Technique: Stop motion, clay animation

Music: Aritz Villodas

Affiliation: Basque Films, Confectivos Productions

Dialogues: Spanish

Subtitles: Greek

 

Trini, the world famous flamenco dancer, has been deeply depressed and has abandoned the stage. Damian, her 8-year-old son, is possessed by a malicious devil that makes him do the most bloody and cruel misdeeds.

 

 [ Screening: Saturday, 28 March 2015, Hour: 22:00 ]

 

 

 

 

04. THE STRESSFUL ADVENTURES OF BOXHEAD & ROUNDHEAD, 71’

Australia 2014

Directed by: Elliot Cowan

Screenplay: Elliot Cowan

Animation: Elliot Cowan, Lyla Ribot, Katie Kirschner, Amanda Bautista, Shannon Connor, Annelise Williams, Kara Sankus, Anamaria Solis, Michael J. Ruocco, Julie Verlarde, John Lustig, Melissa Chilkotowsky, Taisiya Zaretskaya

Technique: 2D Computer, Flash, Toonboom, Photoshop

Music: Songs by The Gadflys, score by J.Z. Barrel.

Cast (voices): Jeremy Beck, Elliot Cowan, Carl Doonan, Boris Hiestand

Dialogues: English

Subtitles: Greek (Maria-Epistimi Anagnostopoulou)

 

When their home is destroyed, Boxhead & Roundhead must head to the big city to battle red tape, rent, rats and the rat race to get it back.

 

 [ Screening: Sunday, 29 March 2015, Hour: 22:00 ]

 

 

 

 

05. BETWEEN FRAMES – THE ART OF BRAZILIAN ANIMATION / Luz, Anima, Ação, 99’

Brazil 2013

Directed by Eduardo Calvet

Screenplay: Eduardo Calvet

Animation: Marão, Zé Brandão, Pedro Iuá, Stil, Marcos Magalhães, Diego Akel, Rosana Urbes, Fábio Yamaji

Technique: Light painting, 2D drawing, stop motion, film animation

Music: Renato Alencar

Affiliation: Felipe Haurelhuk

Dialogues: Portuguese

Subtitles: English

 

Almost centenary, the history of Brazilian animation brings such rich and exciting characters that its importance spreads all over our lives.

 

 [ Screening: Monday, 30 March 2015, Hour: 22:00 ]

 

 

 

 

06. THE DISNEY OF DUIVENDRECHT, A BUSINESSMAN’S IDEA OF AN ARTIST, 59’

The Netherlands 2012

Directed by Berenike Rozgonyi

Screenplay:

Technique:

Music:

Affiliation:

Dialogues: Dutch

Subtitles: English

 

A documentary on the ground-breaking puppet animation films with which the Dutch animation pioneer Joop Geesink conquered the world.

 

 [ Screening: Thursday, 26 March 2015, Hour: 18:00 ]

 

 

 

7. Reverie of a Solitary Walker / Fantasticherie di un Passeggiatore Solitario, 87’ 

Italy 2014 Directed by Paolo Gaudio 

Screenplay: Paolo Gaudio 

Animation: Gianluca Maruotti 

Technique: Claymation 

Music: Sandro Di Stefano 

Dialogues: Italian 

Subtitles: English 

 

Three characters in three different ages are united by a dream of freedom and a small masterpiece of literature. A journey through the mysterious and timeless aspirations, sufferings and ‘Reveries’ of a poet, of a young student and a child lost in the woods.

 

[ Screening: Tuesday, 31 March 2015, Hour: 22:00 ]



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