Thursday 15/03/2018 16:15 - 18:00
Total Duration: 01:39:22
- Rope / Tanaab 00:07:11Iran 2016
- Everyday People 00:02:29Hungary 2016
- Lo 00:03:10USA 2017
- End of the Line / Fim da Linha 00:11:30Portugal 2016
- Schirkoa 00:13:31India 2016
- Hope 00:06:02Switzerland 2016
- When weapons talk / Quand les armes parlent 00:10:00France 2016
- Johanne 00:03:41United Kingdom 2017
- Angelo Rules / Dark Angelo 00:11:00France 2015
- Shock Therapy 00:06:37United Kingdom 2017
- Life Sucks! But at least I've got elbows 00:10:00Estonia 2016
- Bloom 00:03:34USA 2016
- 20 Kicks 00:06:20Bulgaria 2016
- The ritual of a city / Ritual I Nje Qyteti 00:04:17Albania
Directed by: Azar Mansoori
The story of a man who lives in a city where people hang on their heads hanging rope. Ropes, every day is getting closer and closer to the people. A man discovers the truth about rope ...
Directed by: Littner Budapest
This animated short is a video clip. Three men, European urban citizens, immigrants. They try to survive, but are somehow victims of the mechanisms of society. How to breakthrough? Every of them has own strategy Music and love. Sex and drugs and rock'n'roll.
Directed by: Ted Wiggin
We must protect this house.
Directed by: Paulo d'Alva, Antonio Pinto
Screenplay: Paulo Alva
Animation: André Marques, Alexandra Ramirez, Diana Peixoto, Laura Gonçalves, Paulo D'Alva
Technique: draew on paper
Music: Dead Combo
Production/School: Rodrigo Areias
Dialogue language: no dialogues
Subtitles language: no subtitles
"End of the line" deals with the theme of guilt in different dimensions of the real and the unreal. It begins with an attempt to escape the tracks of the mind that is caught by impressions of an ever-present past. As a final release is the confrontation with the remnants of a memory that persists. This film represents a conflict between humanity, the machine world, the technique, the real world and the imaginary.
Directed by: Ishan Shukla
Screenplay: Ishan Shukla
Production/School: Sharad Varma
Dialogue language: English
In the city of Bag-heads, a senate member faces a tough choice between political career, brothels and love for a mysterious woman. A choice that will transform his life and the city in unimaginable ways.
Directed by: Michael Scherrer
Production/School: Samuel Scherrer
"Hope" tells the Story of a little boy, who is condemned to spend the time he has left in a prisoners' camp. The memories of his mother are the only thing keeping him alive.
Directed by: Borislav Sajtinac
When there's nothing more to say, weapons talk.
Directed by: Anna-Ester Volozh
Inspired by Joan of Arc, 'Johanne' follows a day in a life of the eponymous heroine.
Directed by: Max Maléo, Thierry Marchand
Angelo Rules is a TV Series Kids. ANGELO RULES follows 11 year old Angelo, a sweet-talking genius with a knack for getting out of trouble. From elaborate plans to comic strategies, the main weapons in Angelo’s arsenal are clever planning, irreverent attitude, a rebellious nature, optimism, and, most of all, charisma to make things go his way. The bigger the challenge, the bigger the plan. Angelo without a plan? Unthinkable! Combine those traits with his two best friends, Sherwood, the king of logistics and Lola whose own enthusiasm can even eclipse Angelo’s, and you’ve got a winning trio. With a knowing smile and an arched eyebrow, Angelo can give you the lowdown on how to get exactly what you want. If you know what’s good for you, you better listen closely…
Directed by: Bali Engel and Matthieu Landour
Jim is afraid of everything. In order to face his fears, Jim will bring everything he is afraid of into his house. It doesn’t quite work out as expected….
Directed by: Nicola Piovesan
A precocious 9 year old girl pesters her philosophical father about life’s big questions. The dad gives an admirable stab at satisfying her curiosity between his son’s irreverent interjections and traumatic memories of his ex-wife as we are reminded by a bizarre squawking bird: ‘Life Sucks!’.
Directed by: Margaret To
"Bloom" takes us on a musical journey as we follow the heartbeat of an awakening forest.
Directed by: Dimitar Dimitrov
Screenplay: Dilyan Elenkov
Production/School: Neli Gacharova
Dialogue language: Bulgarian
Directed by: Bertrand Shijaku
Screenplay: Kujtim Cjonaj
Animation: Bertrand Shijaku
Technique: Cut outs
Music: Kevin Kuteli
Production/School: Genti Gjonaj
Some peoples clean the city , some others make dirty just for living .