Competition

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Student - Programme 4 (113')

Student Competition

Friday, 27 March 2015, Alkyonis New Star Art Cinema, Hours: 23:00-1:00

 

 

 

1. Brainless Drain, 10’ 12’’

 

Argentina 2013

 

Directed by Emiliano Fernández Russo

 

Screenplay: Emiliano Fernández Russo

 

Animation: Emiliano Fernández Russo

 

Technique: Rotoscope

 

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Subtitles: English

 

 

 

In a world where absurdity reigns and everything becomes fuzzy, a new feat of humanity is present, Christ launching into space. But this trip erratic way through the galaxy, will lead to a new-old global power.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. Small People with Hats, 6' 51''

 

UK 2014

 

Directed by Sarina Nihei

 

Screenplay: Sarina Nihei

 

Animation: Sarina Nihei

 

Technique: Drawing on paper

 

Music: -

 

Dialogues: English

 

Subtitles: None

 

 

 

There are small people wearing hats in the society.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3. For The Moon, 3’ 40’’

 

USA 2014

 

Directed by Jisoo Rim

 

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Animation: Jisoo Rim

 

Technique: Jisoo Rim

 

Music: Trampauline

 

Dialogues: None

 

 

 

For the moon is a heartwarming film about a journey to reach the moon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4. SYNC, 4’ 07’’

 

Israel 2014

 

Directed by Beny Gross, Sveta Osherov

 

Screenplay: Screenplay

 

Animation: Screenplay

 

Technique: Stop-motion

 

Music: Gil Landau

 

Subtitles:English

 

 

 

Our movie SYNC tells the story of Edmond and Agatha. Edmond lives in sink, Agatha in the plumbing. Unknowingly they affect each other. The movie focuses on the encounter of two people with fundamentally different perspectives, who live in a co-dependent relationship.

 

Our movie reflects a complicated relationship between partners who inspire and motivate each other with love and affection to overcome hardship. The relationship presented in the movie is influenced by Israel the place we live, our family backgrounds and our own individual experience.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. Happily Ever After, 4’ 44’’

 

Germany 2014

 

Directed by Moritz Poth, Rafael Starman

 

Screenplay: Moritz Poth, Rafael Starman

 

Animation: Moritz Poth, Rafael Starman

 

Technique: Stop-motion

 

Music: Sebastian Haßler

 

Dialogues: None

 

 

 

On his way to self-destruction he comes to the conclusion that the world he lives in consists of another level. Only when he finds his way to it, he will succeed. - A stop-motion animation, in which the shadow of the character are generated with printed overhead transparency.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6. The Ambassadors, 1’

 

UK 2014

 

Directied by Naomi Chamberlain

 

Screenplay: Naomi Chamberlain

 

Animation: Naomi Chamberlain

 

Technique: 2D Digitally hand-drawn animation

 

Music: Kevin Macleod

 

Dialogues: Ben Chamberlain

 

Dialogues: Nonsense, jibberish etc.

 

Subtitles: None

 

 

 

Hans Holbein's young assistant Lorenzo gets up to some accidental malarky in his studio.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7. Currency Affairs, 3’ 52’’

 

USA 2014

 

Directed by Zehao Xue

 

Screenplay: Zehao Xue

 

Animation: Zehao Xue

 

Technique: 2D Computer

 

Music: Eric Cappello

 

Dialogues: None

 

 

 

A lifelong love story between two pieces of paper currency.

 

 

 

 

 

08. What the fly!?, 4' 47''

 

France 2014

 

Directed by Joris Chapelin, Julien Ferritto, Rémy Hérissé, Rim Khayat, Matthieu Maillet, Pascaline De Santis

 

Screenplay: Joris Chapelin, Julien Ferritto, Rémy Hérissé, Rim Khayat, Matthieu Maillet, Pascaline De Santis

 

Animation: Joris Chapelin, Julien Ferritto, Rémy Hérissé, Rim Khayat, Matthieu Maillet, Pascaline De Santis

 

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A lizard conductor leads a symphonic orchestra when suddenly a noise comes to interfere his music...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

09. Across the Light, 3’ 03’’

 

Taiwan 2014

 

Directed by Hui Chi Chuang

 

Screenplay: Hui Chi Chuang

 

Animation: Hui Chi Chuang

 

Technique: Hui Chi Chuang

 

Music: Cellar Dweller, Mert Kizilay, Mugeek

 

Dialogues: None

 

 

 

Every journey is all about birth, transform and death. This is a surreal journey consisted of the micro-structure of the small living organism, which also reflects the life of human beings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10. Mother, 3’ 39'’

 

Taiwan 2014

 

Directed by Wu-Ching Chang

 

Screenplay: Wu-Ching Chang

 

Animation: Wu-Ching Chang

 

Technique: Wu-Ching Chang

 

Music: Shin Lyu-Chen

 

Dialogues: English

 

Subtitles: English

 

 

 

“As a child, I tore apart inconsiderately a ball mother made for me. This memory lies heavily in my heart.”The creator examines childhood experience. Via rumination and transformation, she expresses feels in animation. After challenging the transference and deconstruction of power, motherhood has always been like a flowing stream, injecting life and affection from unseen end.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11. Adult'hair, 4' 36''

 

France 2014

 

Directed by Florian Boury, Gautier Froehly, Manon Hirat, Matthieu Paugam, Cindy Redon, David Varsi

 

Screenplay: Florian Boury, Gautier Froehly, Manon Hirat, Matthieu Paugam, Cindy Redon, David Varsi

 

Animation: Florian Boury, Gautier Froehly, Manon Hirat, Matthieu Paugam, Cindy Redon, David Varsi

 

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A young hairdresser gets in a tricky situation with his customer, wich hapens to be the wife of the village's policeman.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12. Amir & Amira, 4' 16''

 

France 2014

 

Directed by Martial André, Sara Ayoub, Benjamin Condy, Ariane Dedulle, Cécilia Maturi, Tatiana Tchoumakova

 

Screenplay: Martial André, Sara Ayoub, Benjamin Condy, Ariane Dedulle, Cécilia Maturi, Tatiana Tchoumakova

 

Animation: Martial André, Sara Ayoub, Benjamin Condy, Ariane Dedulle, Cécilia Maturi, Tatiana Tchoumakova

 

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At puberty, two wooden puppets will have to bear the weight of gender strict traditional education.

 

 

 

 

 

13. Anima, 5' 36''

 

France 2014

 

Directed by Thomas Fayolle, Karim Fradin, Alexandre Gredzinski, Nicolas Guyon, Jean-Baptiste Noyau, Alexandra Tronel

 

Screenplay: Thomas Fayolle, Karim Fradin, Alexandre Gredzinski, Nicolas Guyon, Jean-Baptiste Noyau, Alexandra Tronel

 

Animation: Thomas Fayolle, Karim Fradin, Alexandre Gredzinski, Nicolas Guyon, Jean-Baptiste Noyau, Alexandra Tronel

 

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A native American is hunting and stalks an animal through a strange and mysterious forest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14. La Fenêtre, 6' 28’’

 

France 2014

 

Directed by Maxime Blondeel, Stéphane Barrère, Maria Fernanda Corcho, Nathan Leroi, Brice Proust, Amandine Rivière, Fabrice Tapare

 

Screenplay: Maxime Blondeel, Stéphane Barrère, Maria Fernanda Corcho, Nathan Leroi, Brice Proust, Amandine Rivière, Fabrice Tapare

 

Animation: Maxime Blondeel, Stéphane Barrère, Maria Fernanda Corcho, Nathan Leroi, Brice Proust, Amandine Rivière, Fabrice Tapare

 

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In a hospital room,four wounded soldiers. One of them, near a window, tells the others what happens outside...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15. Le bal des méduses, 6' 10''

 

France 2014

 

Directed by Benjamin Cavarretta, Clément Perroche, Julien Labussière, Martin L’Anton, Maxime Ménard, Viviane Dall’Agnol

 

Screenplay: Benjamin Cavarretta, Clément Perroche, Julien Labussière, Martin L’Anton, Maxime Ménard, Viviane Dall’Agnol

 

Animation: Benjamin Cavarretta, Clément Perroche, Julien Labussière, Martin L’Anton, Maxime Ménard, Viviane Dall’Agnol

 

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The ghost of a woman is wandering in a shipwreck under the ocean.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16. Le loup et le chien, 4' 35''

 

France 2014

 

Directed by Adrien Angelats, Grégoire Beccucci, Lorène Bettker, Mariko Kieffer, Elen Le Moing, Jérémy Tissier

 

Screenplay: Adrien Angelats, Grégoire Beccucci, Lorène Bettker, Mariko Kieffer, Elen Le Moing, Jérémy Tissier

 

Animation: Adrien Angelats, Grégoire Beccucci, Lorène Bettker, Mariko Kieffer, Elen Le Moing, Jérémy Tissier

 

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Dialogues: French

 

Subtitles: English

 

 

 

A Samurai and a Ronin fight each other in a duel of sabres.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

17. Ma chère est tender, 4' 38''

 

France 2014

 

Directed by Alexy Auffèves, Alix Deltour, Ismaël Candelon, Jordi Salgado, Louise Chassain, Lucas Schwimmer

 

Screenplay: Alexy Auffèves, Alix Deltour, Ismaël Candelon, Jordi Salgado, Louise Chassain, Lucas Schwimmer

 

Animation: Alexy Auffèves, Alix Deltour, Ismaël Candelon, Jordi Salgado, Louise Chassain, Lucas Schwimmer

 

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Dialogues: French

 

Subtitles: English

 

 

 

Four ogres meet in a tavern for a feast. In an atmosphere full of noise and profusion,. As food invades the table, one of the guests seems to have lost his appetite.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

18. Mycelium,5’ 50’’

 

France 2014

 

Directed by Julia Ceschino, Christelle Giboin, Abdelkader Nouar, Simon Renaud, Simon Renaud, Jean Teulières

 

Screenplay: Julia Ceschino, Christelle Giboin, Abdelkader Nouar, Simon Renaud, Simon Renaud, Jean Teulières

 

Animation: Julia Ceschino, Christelle Giboin, Abdelkader Nouar, Simon Renaud, Simon Renaud, Jean Teulières

 

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On a barren planet, a shaft of light suddenly splits the sky. The ground moves, the earth trembles, rocks shatter and rumble. The air mellows. After the stones' hustle, a strange vegetation settles in. The rhythm speeds up and one discovers a fascinating universe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19. One more hat, 4' 27''

 

France 2014

 

Directed by Prunelle Bry, Corentin Barcelo, Arthur Depoire, Alexandre Melquiond, Margaux Revol

 

Screenplay: Prunelle Bry, Corentin Barcelo, Arthur Depoire, Alexandre Melquiond, Margaux Revol

 

Animation: Prunelle Bry, Corentin Barcelo, Arthur Depoire, Alexandre Melquiond, Margaux Revol

 

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Dialogues: French

 

Subtitles: English

 

 

 

In a hat shop, a difficult lady customer, with her dog, as scortful as her, is looking for the perfect hat. The seller, conscientious, tries to do well, but the jealous dog is going to make it difficult.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

20. Raphaël, 6' 17''

 

France 2014

 

Directed by Cloé Adenot, Baptiste Bourdon, Léa Delachapelle, Lou Thomas, Michaël Vigouroux

 

Screenplay: Cloé Adenot, Baptiste Bourdon, Léa Delachapelle, Lou Thomas, Michaël Vigouroux

 

Animation: Cloé Adenot, Baptiste Bourdon, Léa Delachapelle, Lou Thomas, Michaël Vigouroux

 

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One night, while his master was out , a young page notes that the door of his private workshop remained open. Out of curiosity, he goes through the door and ventures into the workshop ..... but he will discover what he should never have.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

21. Six coups, 4' 57''

 

France 2014

 

Directed by Myriam Aguiriano, Matthieu Castex, Tomas Gallardo, Aymeric Mezaute, Christophe Rigotti, Damien Samper

 

Screenplay: Myriam Aguiriano, Matthieu Castex, Tomas Gallardo, Aymeric Mezaute, Christophe Rigotti, Damien Samper

 

Animation: Myriam Aguiriano, Matthieu Castex, Tomas Gallardo, Aymeric Mezaute, Christophe Rigotti, Damien Samper

 

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Four hooligans meet around a poker table in a abandoned casino. Under the surveillance of an old man, they are going to play a dangerous game. They will soon become aware that they have no way out.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

22. Splash, 4' 50''

 

France 2014

 

Directed by Nicolas Avon, Cloé Deneuve, Simon Diebold, Jérôme Ferra, Lucile Vampouille

 

Screenplay: Nicolas Avon, Cloé Deneuve, Simon Diebold, Jérôme Ferra, Lucile Vampouille

 

Animation: Nicolas Avon, Cloé Deneuve, Simon Diebold, Jérôme Ferra, Lucile Vampouille

 

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Michmich lives in a sad and dull suburb. After a bad day, he finds himself in a bar, alone, him and his drink. He will plunge into a wonderful world where we will find that all isn't as it seems.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

23. Sweet Cocoon, 5' 54''

 

France 2014

 

Directed by Matéo Bernard, Matthias Bruget, Jonathan Duret, Manon Marco, Quentin Puiraveau

 

Screenplay: Matéo Bernard, Matthias Bruget, Jonathan Duret, Manon Marco, Quentin Puiraveau

 

Animation: Matéo Bernard, Matthias Bruget, Jonathan Duret, Manon Marco, Quentin Puiraveau

 

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A caterpillar goes into a place where she feels safe to undergo her metamorphosis.

 

Her cocoon is much too small for her to get in, hopefully two other insects will help her.

 

The trio will lead us to some comical situations but also a beautiful butterfly.

 



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