Wednesday 22/03/2017 20:15 - 22:00 - Screenings Schedule 2017
Total Duration: 01:51:04
- The Gap 00:14:00Belgium 2016
- A Town Called Panic: Back To School / La Rentree Des Classes 00:26:00Belgium/France 2016
- Peripheria 00:12:00France 2015
- Time Rodent 00:15:00France 2016
- No-No Wants To Try a Sport 00:06:00France 2016
- Ghost Cell 00:06:20France 2015
- Scenery / Decorado 00:11:00Spain / France 2016
- The Absence of Eddy Table 00:12:18Norway 2016
Directed by: Patrick Vandebroeck
Screenplay: Patrick Vandebroeck, Raf Wathion
Animation: Sam Verschraegen, Marie-Laure Guisset, Maarten Van Rooy
Music: Ted Milton, Sam Britton, Will Worsley
Production/School: Vivi Film, seriousFilm
Dialogue language: No dialogues
Subtitles language: No subtitles
Man, a blocked looking figure, lives alone in a flat monotone rectangular landscape. All Man wants, at all times, is to keep his world flat and clean. On an ordinary day he gets confronted with an intruder, a little playful red ball who likes to bounce and make holes. The inevitable confrontation happens when Man discovers a gigantic deep pit that Ball created. Next to the pit there is a huge mountain of blocks, the architecture of it is impressive. In the fight of destroying Ball and filling the deep pit, Man is blind with anger and hate, which brings him literally into a black hole. When Man thinks he finally got things back in control, he finds himself confronted with an even bigger dilemma.
Directed by: Vincent Patar & Stéphane Aubier
Screenplay: Vincent Patar, Stéphane Aubier & Vincent Tavier
Animation: Ben Tesseur, Steven De Beul, Stéphane Aubier, Vincent Patar
Technique: Stop motion, 2D/3D animation
Music: Bruno Alexiu
Dialogue language: French
Indian and Cowboy are about to set off on a magnificent cruise on a luxury liner, but they have made a big mistake. They completely forgot that today is the first day of school! Goodbye tropical islands, our friends are back at their desks in school listening as the teacher drones on and on.
To kick off the year and welcome the new geography teacher, the principal is organizing a big contest. The winners will go with Mr. Yuri on a field trip to the Moon. Indian and Cowboy will do anything to win the contest.
Directed by: David Coquard-Dassault
Screenplay: David Coquard-Dassault & Patricia Valeix
Animation: Emmanuel Linderer, Florian Durand, Hervé Barberau, Jeanne-Sylvette Giraud, Nicolas Guilloteau, Manuel Raïs, Christophe Seux, Cyril Costa, Paul Szajner
Technique: 2D/3D Animation
Music: Christophe Heral
A journey into the heart of a large and abandoned council estate. Peripheria portrays an urban environment becoming wild: a modern Pompeii where the wind blows and dogs roam, tailing the remains of human life.
Directed by: Ondrej Svadlena
Animation: Animation / 3D
In a distant future where the night has devoured the day, the inhabitants of a mutating world feed exclusively on artificial light.
Directed by: Mathieu Auvray
Technique: 3D computer
This morning, No-No feels all mushy. He must do some sport, but which one? He asks his friends for advice: Veggie suggests to try to sun-hop, Buggy demonstrates how to free dive, Speedy drags him in a roller skate race, and finally the « multisport mechanical bench » knocked-up by Bigtooth peaks most of his interest. But nothing will go as expected…
Directed by: Antoine Delacharlery
Animation: Antoine Delacharlery, Bastien Dubois, Mathieu Bernadat, Jean Delaunay
Technique: CGI Animation (Stereoscopic 3D or flat)
Music: Bastien Prevosto
Scientific and dreamlike documentary at once, Ghost Cell is a stereoscopic plunge into the guts of an organic Paris seen as a cell through a virtual microscope.
Directed by: Alberto Vázquez
Screenplay: Alberto Vázquez
Music: Víctor García
The world is a wonderful stage, but its characters are disgraceful.
Directed by: Rune Spaans
Screenplay: Dave Cooper
Animation: Dani Sappa
Technique: 3D CGI
What if your worst fear and your greatest love turn out to be the same thing? Lost in a dark forest, Eddy Table stumbles upon a mysterious girl and dangerous parasites. He should escape, but something keeps him from leaving. Rune Spaans’ romantic horror short is based on the works of Canadian artist Dave Cooper.