20:15 - 22:00
Total Duration: 01:45:25
- Sisyphus 00:05:00USA 2016
- See the World 00:03:53Austria 2015
- Direction / Suund 00:04:47Estonia 2016
- Social Window 00:06:25Belgium 2016
- At the Horizon / A L'horizon 00:09:24France 2016
- The Bird / L'Oiseau 00:06:43France 2016
- Progress / Fortgang 00:04:12Switzerland 2016
- The Greenhouse / El Invernadero 00:08:30Spain 2016
- Red & Silver 00:08:20Norway 2016
- The Three Silbings 00:09:45USA 2017
- Memory of the Land 00:12:00Spain 2017
- Morning Cowboy 00:15:00Spain 2017
- Slowville 00:03:24Canada 2017
- Playing House / Evcilik 00:03:20Turkey 2016
- The Junction - Chilly Gonzales & Peaches 00:04:42Canada 2016
Directed by: Eric J. Wright
This short stop motion animation examines the challenges of maintaining a work/life balance as shown through the eyes of Sisyphus.
Directed by: LWZ
Tragic news, flashy self-portrayal, internet-meme-randomness, everything comes in through the same channel right next to each other and by scrolling through our timeline we think that we see the world. The musicvideo is a parable to that. In a motion somewhere between old shoot 'em up game and scrolling the web we fly through a world full of metaphores depicting various topics without being too finger-pointing.
Directed by: Rainer Salu
A lone scientist wanders the universe to explore,find answers and experience a adventures.Curiosity,knowledge,advanced technology and a great will to carry on,but has a long way to go and universe are mysterious,immeasurable,but it's worth it and synthetic long persistence helps.
Directed by: Aad Verstraelen
Social Window tells the story of a young man in conflict with his internet addiction.
Directed by: Izabela Bartosik
A man and a woman are doing up a boat in order to go on a cruise together. This common project brings them together. They are passionate, become very close. Their relationship is sensual and tender. Yet they grow weary after a long period of relentless work, and both their life and the boat go adrift.
Directed by: Laetitia Courset
Screenplay: Laetitia Courset, Marlène Poste
Animation: Cecile Robineau, Héloïse Petel, Margot Merandon
Technique: Vadim Alsayed
Music: Olivier Militon
Production/School: Bertrand Jeandel, Coline Crance
The Earth died. Her heart became a cold and hardened piece of charcoal. Animals and plants disappeared and have been forgotten. Humans desperately try to survive, drifting away in endless working cities. When, all of a sudden, in the sky of a harbour town, a seagull appears…
Directed by: Otto Alder
What’s left are images, ordered by memory. A home, the cat, friends – Otto Alder’s restless photo animation balances openly and honestly on the border between what was real and what was also meaningful. Photos are caught in twitching loops like struggling insects in the spider web of recall. A brief poetic respite and then the unabashed run-up to the emotional finish.
Directed by: Ramon Alos
Two children tear down some plants and flowers while playing in a greenhouse until an ominous presence draws them into a dark storage room where something macabre is about to happen.
Directed by: Margaret Emdal
Screenplay: Margaret Emdal
Animation: Margaret Emdal
Technique: Digital 2D
Production/School: Margaret Emdal Film+Design
Dialogue language: No dialogue
A film about flying, falling, and finding a friend. Red makes a journey from south to north, from warm to cold, from light to darkness. The world has great beauty, but it can also be a dangerous place. After a long and terrible journey, Red is falling down in the snow. Then, there is Silver... the two friends are traveling on, for new problems to come. The film is dedicated to Mother Earth and all the creatures with wings.
Directed by: Timothy David Orme
The Three Siblings is an animated fairy tale that ultimately culminates as a myth of mortality. It’s a tale of the birth of knowledge (death) and overconsumption told via the antiquated and painstaking method of multi plane camera animation. It’s a fairly traditional narrative, told with poetic diction and stunning images.
Directed by: Samira Badran
A figure has to go through a checkpoint in Palestine. It has to overcome a series of obstacles that will drastically affect her mobility. The consciousness of the past and the longing for a future coexist simultaneously into her day-to-day life. "Memory of the Land" is a reflection on the human condition under the yoke of violence.
Directed by: Fernando Pomares
A man dressed as a cowboy rides his horse down the path of his dreams.
Directed by: Alex Meunier
Directed by: Cenk Koksal, Ozgul Gurbuz
Screenplay: Cenk Koksal
Production/School: Cenk Koksal
Dialogue language: Turkish
A little girl is playing house by herself. She makes food out of toys and sets the table. Then a little boy comes in, and she greets him with joy. But things are getting darker while they pretending...
Directed by: Patrick Doyon
Production/School: JEFF HAMADA
Dialogue language: English