StudentPanorama of Short Animated Movies

Experimental - Programme 1 (45' 62'')


Romantso (Anaxagora 3-5, Omonoia)

Monday 11th April, 2016, 22:15-23:00



01. LEPORIS VIRGO, 6’ 20”

Spain 2016

Directed by Elena Vilallonga

Screenplay: Elena Vilallonga

Technique: Visual effects


Production: Elena Vilallonga



To eat or not to eat, that is the question present in a woman's dream, where she plays the part of a hungry Virgin. The Virgin's wishes are granted when God sends her food from Heaven.




02. GHOST TRACKS, 5’ 17’’

Japan 2015

Directed by Jérôme Boulbès

Screenplay: Jérôme Boulbès

Animation: Jérôme Boulbès

Technique: 3D Computer, Mixed Media

Music: Rinji Fukuoka, Masayoshi Urabe, Shizuo UchidaMusic

Production: Jérôme Boulbès

Dialogues: None


Wandering on forgotten tracks, seeking for a train that is yet to come or which vanished a long time ago. Ghost Tracks is a collaboration with experimental blues/noise musicians Rinji Fukuoka, Masayoshi Urabe and Shizuo Uchida. It is the second installment of a larger project about experimental and alternative.




03. U TURN, 27’ 22”

South Korea 2016

Directed by Chae Ki Jun

Screenplay: Chae Ki Jun

Technique: CG (snowing scene)

Music: Kim Sang Soo

Production: ChaebroFilm

Dialogues: Korean

Subtitles: English


Two man seeing a different prospective in the same incident. Kyung Wook see’s the world bright and for the first time he goes on a holiday with Jae Seung, But on their holiday Jae Seung look’s grim and asks Kyung Wook for a favour. For his loved one Kyung Wook can do anything and accept Jae Seung’s favour. From that moment of incident it changes into Jae Seung’s view.





Israel 2015

Directed by Renana Aldor

Screenplay: Renana Aldor

Animation: Renana Aldor

Technique: Stop-Motion Animation

Sound Design: Ori Kadishay

Production: Renana Aldor

Dialogue: None


A stop-motion animation of handcrafted miniature props made of various materials such as paper, fabric, and thread. The film evolves as a mysterious journey revealing a hidden matriarchal figure, inspired by the artist's late grandmother and her memories of the city of Oran.