Thursday 16/03/2017 18:15 - 20:00
Screenings Schedule 2017
Total Duration: 01:18:15
- The End 00:08:48Ukraine 2016
- The Last King of Granada 00:04:30United Kingdom 2016
- Tempo 00:01:00Netherlands 2016
- Iâhmès and the Great Devourer / Iâhmès et la Grande Dévoreuse 00:14:17France 2016
- The Weeping Bird / L'oiseau pleureur 00:09:08France 2016
- How's your prostate ? / Et ta prostate, ça va ? 00:03:33France 2015
- NSFWhale 00:01:54USA 2016
- A Single Blade of Grass 00:05:00United Kingdom 2016
- Wednesday with Goddard 00:04:30United Kingdom 2016
- Best Bud Blues 00:01:31South Africa 2016
- Analysis Paralysis 00:09:04Switzerland 2016
- My Knight and Me / The Mean Team 00:11:00France 2016
- Pittari 00:04:00USA 2017
Directed by: Mykyta Lyskov
Collection of short stories about the end of the world.
Directed by: Pepe Gomez
Screenplay: Pepe Gomez
Animation: Pepe Gomez
Technique: Digital 2D
Music: Daniel Sanchez del Aguila
Production/School: Pepe Gomez
Dialogue language: Spanish
Subtitles language: English
With his enemies at the gates, Boabdil, King of Granada, has a decision to make. If he surrenders and leaves the kingdom forever, the Christians will respect and protect all the citizens in Granada. If he refuses, war will consume all that the king ever loved.
Directed by: Arjan Brentjes
Screenplay: Arjan Brentjes
Animation: Arjan Brentjes
Music: Arjan Brentjes
Production/School: Arjan Brentjes
A man tries to relax on a bench in the park, but he’s constantly bothered by the latest innovations. As his life slows down, technology speeds up. And that whole story wrapped in exactly one minute.
Directed by: Claire Sichez, Marine Rivoal
Ten-year-old Iâhmès refuses to die. Angry with the gods he rejects their judgment and runs away to his hometown. His journey towards acceptance begins.
Directed by: Claire Ledru
Two brothers, Assam and Seba, live together peacefully. They live of their daily fishing and their days are governed by their fishing trips. One day however, the youngest, Seba, begins to doubt his brother’s kindliness towards him.
Directed by: Jeanne Paturle, Cécile Rousset
A discussion between 2 friends where one tells the other about the very strange time when, next to the swimming-pool, she learnt about her father’s prostate, the state of his erectile function, then, with no warning, his night-time fantasies.
Directed by: Nathan Campbell, Alec Cummings
Animation: Nathan Campbell, Junyoung Chung, Alec Cummings, Carlos Tsoi, Angela Yu
Technique: 2D animation
A whaling run takes a turn for the worse when a fearless captain and her small crew of whale-hunters encounter a far more ancient and horrible evil.
Directed by: Mark Mason
Screenplay: Mark Mason - based on the letters of Vincent van Gogh
Animation: Mark Mason
Technique: Drawn 2D and Digital 2D
Music: Composed by Martin Purdy, performed by 'Harp and a Monkey'
Production/School: Mark Mason
Dialogue language: English
Subtitles language: English
Fascinated by Japanese woodblock prints and Japanese culture, an artist is compelled to travel to the Japan of his dreams, where his drawings, paintings and thoughts will be transformed, forever. 'A Single Blade of Grass' is based entirely on the artist's letters.
Directed by: Nicolas Menard
A personal quest for spiritual enlightenment leads to romance and despair.
Directed by: Martinus van Tee
Inspired by creator Martinus' own dog, Jeff, the film is a musical animated homage to the fun and occasional aggravation of owning a pet. The exterior backgrounds are based on the Helderberg and Overberberg landscapes of the Western Cape, South Africa Written, animated and designed by Martinus van Tee, the music was composed and performed by Jonny Blundell at Rootspring Studios, Cape Town. Jonny's folk inspired performance brings to mind jug bands and early blues songs from the 1920's and 30's, and provides the perfect anchor for the cartoony animation. Animated in Flash. Backgrounds painted in Artrage.
Directed by: Anete Melece
Screenplay: Anete Melece
Animation: Stefan Holaus, Anete Melece
Technique: Digital Cut-Outs, Drawing on Paper
Music: Ephrem Lüchinger
Production/School: Saskia von Virág
Dialogue language: No language
Subtitles language: No subtitles
Anton’s head is bursting with thoughts. The gardener is seething with anger: who has trampled her flower beds? In the park Anton is looking for someone to play chess with. For someone who plays a better game than his dog. The gardener is looking for a mysterious serial vandal who has lost a yellow boot. But perhaps they are both looking for the same thing?
Directed by: Joeri Christiaen
My Knight and Me is a TV series Kids. My Knight and Me is a medieval comedy led by Jimmy the Squire, his father Henri the Knight and Cat, the rebel princess who stages their incredibly zany adventures against evil witches, dragons and giant cyclopes. With Henri’s unique enthusiasm, Cat’s gumption, and Jimmy’s faultless reasoning, our heroes are setting out to make the Dark Ages a little less dark and a whole lot more fun!
Directed by: Patrick Smith
Production/School: Kaori Ishida