Thursday 16/03/2017 22:15 - 00:00 - Screenings Schedule 2017
Total Duration: 01:42:08
- Chateau au Go Go 00:04:05USA 2016
- Letters / Cartas 00:04:48Brazil 2016
- The Big Clawed Monster / O Awa Poanpé 00:05:22Brazil 2016
- Ferdinand, a Country Rat in the Trenches / Ferdinand Rat Des Champs De Bataille 00:09:04France 2016
- Au revoir Balthazar 00:09:30Switzerland 2016
- Piccolo Concerto 00:06:00Germany 2016
- Knife Fight!! 00:03:16USA 2016
- Music Dances 00:01:57Canada 2015
- How real is the threat of biological weapons today? 00:01:42Switzerland 2016
- The Dragon / Aždaja 00:12:10Bosnia and Herzegovina 2016
- Playground / Cour de Récré 00:09:05France 2016
- About Death / 죽음에 대하여 00:07:25Korea 2016
- Broken Communication 00:02:30Canada 2016
- Science Today: The Trump Particle 00:03:04USA 2017
- Fix 00:01:08Denmark 2016
- Creamers 00:14:36Canada 2016
- Queer Heroes 00:05:06United Kingdom 2016
- Evocation of a Nightmare 00:01:20USA 2016
Directed by: Steve Gentile
Chateau au Go Go is a kinetic romp that investigates the images imprinted onto wine corks. This animated, macro-photographed film becomes a sort of frenetic history lesson that alludes to the human impulse to tame nature.
Directed by: David Mussel
A woman trapped in her memories receives a letter that makes face the fears of her past.
Directed by: Rua Harmonia 681, Apt 71
The Short Film “O Awa Poanpé” tells the story of Werá, a boy from the indigenous tribe Krukutu, in São Paulo. After stealing a feather from a magical owl on the day of his ritual to adulthood, he is transformed into the mythical creature “The Monster of Enormous Claws”. He must then return the stolen feather to the owl, in order to become a boy once again.
Directed by: Jean-Jacques Prunes
Unwittingly promoted to whistleblower in case of toxic gas attacks, a country rat tells about his daily life in the trenches during the Great War. The point of view is original, critical and humorous, and at the same time compassionate with the « poilu » (the WWI French soldier), portrayed as a rat trapped in a cage in the midst of this monstrously absurd conflict.
Directed by: Rafael Sommerhalder
Screenplay: Rafael Sommerhalder
Animation: Rafael Sommerhalder
Technique: Multiplane, stop-motion
Music: Hansueli Tischhauser, Tobias Preisig
Production/School: Claudia Frei, Stella Händler
Dialogue language: no dialogues
Subtitles language: no subtitles
A scarecrow, a storm, a broken leg. The resonant sound of a sea shell. Leaving forever.
Directed by: Ceylan Beyoglu
Screenplay: Ceylan Beyoglu
Animation: Ceylan Beyoglu
Technique: 2d, ink on paper
Music: Nils Kacirek
Production/School: Storykid Studio/ Ceylan Beyoglu
Dialogue language: without dialogue
Subtitles language: without dialogue
The little flute Piko Piccolo goes on an adventurous journey in search of his own melody.
Directed by: Alex Krokus & Krystal Downs
'Knife Fight!!' is a short homage to Japanese anime action sequences.
Directed by: Kirill Fessenko
Without saying a word, "Music Dances" tells a story of a common human feeling - love - and of a common human interaction - courtship. Music sweeps down the couple's gowns as they dance towards abandon.
Directed by: Nicola Fell
A short film made by the International Committee of the Red Cross to highlight the need for action as states met at a biological weapons conference to assess the new risks and plan the international response.
Directed by: Ivan Ramadan
The film is based on an actual legend of the serpent-like dragon creature dwelling in remote Bosnian mountains. In a small Bosnian village, throughout the centuries, the ritual of the Great Dragon summoning takes place every spring. The Great Dragon is the village guardian. As the time goes by, the ritual gradually changes. The village is no longer hidden. Strange new beliefs and deities take over its people.
Directed by: Francis Gavelle & Claire Inguimberty
Bruno loves Delphine very much… Delphine loves Jerome very much… Jerome stares at Marjorie… Marjorie doesn’t love her father nor her mother any more.
Directed by: Eunjae Lee
One afternoon, Eun, who is living alone in a different country for studying, feels unfamiliar with the death of fish on her cutting board. This is a story about the unfamiliarity towards death.
Directed by: Greg Doble
Animation: Greg Doble
Technique: digital 2D
Music: Broken Communication by Woulg
Broken communication is an uneasy exchange. Stare into the piece and the piece stares back It offers up images for you to interpret and contemplate but unfortunately you are unable to speak. You are a spectator not a participant. This is not a dialogue. This is a monologue. This conversation is broken. This conversation is not real.
Directed by: John Akre
Technique: Stop Motion, Flash, After Effects
Dialogue language: English
Scientist Dr. Hubert Zork, international expert on the Physics of Comedy, speaks about his latest research into the Trump Phenomenon.
Directed by: Sara Koppel
Screenplay: Sara Koppel
Animation: Sara Koppel
Technique: Handdrawn on paper
Music: Guddommelig Galskab
Production/School: Sara Koppel
Dialogue language: English
"FIX" is an Animated Music Video to Danish Hardcore Punkband GUDDOMMELIG GALSKAB new release "Kogt for hårdt" out 27th of November 2016.
Directed by: Hilary Moses
Creamers is a film about Esther who works in a large studio painting creamers for a living. She has ambitions of more fulfilling creativity in her life but the circumstances of her day keep thwarting these dreams. She keeps herself sane by listening to music and talk radio and trying to ignore her annoying co worker Joy. The incompetence of her boss Bismarck forces her into an all nighter in order to complete her work. Just as she is on the brink of insanity a final fantasy delivers something tangible – allowing her to escape.
Directed by: Kate Jessop
Production/School: Animation Girl Band
Directed by: Wally Chung