StudentPanorama of Short Animated Movies

Short - Programme 6

Short Competition

Greek Film Archive

Friday 8th April, 2016, 22:10-24:00 / Monday 6th April, 2016, 18:10-20:00 / Wednesday 13th April, 2016, 20:10-22:00



01. LUCY, 10’

Netherlands 2015

Directed by Evert de Beijer

Screenplay: Evert de Beijer

Animation: Evert de Beijer

Technique: 2D, 3D Copmuter Animation

Music: Edwin van der Schrier

Producer: IJssel Producties

Dialogues: None


4 Million year old Lucy comes alive in the imagination of a boy, when he visits a paleological exhibition with his parents. She takes him on a short excursion to the prehistory, populated by exotic prototypes in the early evolution




02. DEAD AIR, 17’

UK 2015

Directed by Robert Bradbrook

Screenplay: Ian Sellar

Director of Photography: Mattias Pilz


Technique: Live Action, Mixed Media Digital Animation

Music: Stuart Hilton

Producer: Casey Herbert

Dialogues: English

Subtitles: None


Arriving on a small, tranquil island, DJ Pete causes a stir among the insular locals with his fresh and irreverent radio show. Only one islander, Laura, welcomes the newcomer with open arms. But as the island’s landscape shifts over time, so does Pete’s relationship with Laura and his new home.





Switzerland 2015

Directed by Claudius Gentinetta, Frank Braun

Screenplay: Claudius Gentinetta

Animation: Simon Eltz, Delia Hess, Claudius Gentinetta

Technique: 2D Drawing, Stop-Motion Animation

Music: Seamus Fogarty

Production: Claudius Gentinetta

Dialogues: None


Strange customs govern a little village on a windswept isle in the Atlanic. Every now and again, a boy collects a heavy package from the pub and brings it to his grandmother. He returns with a ship in a bottle. Boy and bottle are received by the men in the pub with an ominous chant. A boat raises anchor.




04. JUNK / Chatarra, 5’

Uruguay 2015

Directed by Walter Tournier

Screenplay: Walter Tournier

Animation: Walter Tournier

Technique: Stop-Motion Animation

Music: -

Production: Walter Tournier

Dialogues: None


Memories of life in an apocalyptic world.




05. LOOPI GUGO, 3’ 20’’

Portugal 2015

Directed by João Sousa

Screenplay: João Sousa

Animation: João Sousa

Technique: 3D Computer Animation


Production: João Sousa

Dialogues: None


A story about two monsters, Loopi and Gugo, and the only thing they have in common: their love for ice cream. Loopi, a frenetic and very intelligent little blue monster, does everything she can to steal the ice cream from the big and stubborn Gugo.




06. MACABRE, 20'

Portugal 2015

Directed by Jerónimo Rocha, João Miguel Real

Screenplay: Jerónimo Rocha, João Miguel Real

Animation: João Miguel Real

Technique: 2D Animation

Music: Filipe Lopes

Production: Frederico Serra/ Take it Easy

Dialogues: None


K just crashed his Mercedes-Benz into a tree, moments after trying to avoid running down a small wild animal that ran across his path. He is on a backwater road in the countryside and it’s a very dark night. His evening has only just begun...




07. PARADE, 4’

Netherlands 2015

Directed by Digna van der Put

Screenplay: Digna van der Put

Animation: Digna van der Put

Technique: 2D Animation

Music: Alex Debicki

Production: Digna van der Put

Dialogues: None


Six fanfare flute players explore the landscape of the uniform. A journey that does not go





08. MAMIE, 6’

France 2015

Directed by Janice Nadeau

Screenplay: Janice Nadeau

Animation: Janice Nadeau

Technique: 2D Digital Animation

Music: Benoit Charest Music

Production: Corinne Destombes

Dialogues: None


Mamie lives in Gaspésie in a house that faces away from the sea. When the old woman receives an expropriation notice, her cloistered world crumbles. Her granddaughter witnesses this uprooting and starts to question the lack of real ties between them.





Malta 2014

Directed by Marc Ryan

Screenplay: Denny Motion, Julia Eliseeva

Animation: Marc Ryan

Technique: 3D Computer Animation

Music: Rimsky Korsakoff (arrangement: Steve Hackaman, solist: Devil’s Guitar)

Production: Marc Ryan, JH-Production

Dialogues: None


A classical music highlight presented in a funny music video.




10. OTTO, 10’

Netherlands 2015

Directed by Job, Joris & Marieke

Screenplay: Job, Joris & Marieke

Animation: Joris Oprins, Marieke Blaauw, Rik Schutte

Technique: 3D Computer Animation

Music: Job, Joris & Marieke

Production: Job, Joris & Marieke

Dialogues: None


A woman who can’t have children steals the imaginary friend of a little girl and keeps this a secret from her husband. While the woman enjoys life with her imaginary child the gap between her and her husband grows bigger. When the little girl comes to claim back her imaginary friend, it’s the power of imagination that brings everyone together.