Short 7

Saturday 17/03/2018 18:00 - 20:00 - Romantso [Ground Floor]
Total Duration:
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  1. Tête à Tête 07:41
  2. United Kingdom 2017
    Directed by: Natasha Tonkin
    Screenplay: Natasha Tonkin
    Animation: Natasha Tonkin
    Technique: Handdrawn, Cut Out, Stop Motion, 2D computer, Live action
    Music: Naomi McLean
    Production/School: National Film and Television School
    Dialogue language: English
    Subtitles language: English

    A young woman visits her family. Over the weekend tensions flare, whilst technology provides an easy respite. As Kerri’s gaze shifts from the screen, she discovers a deeper kind of connection.

  3. Cabin Pressure 03:15
  4. United Kingdom 2017
    Directed by: Matthew Lee
    Screenplay: Matthew Lee, Karim Khan, Conor Keane
    Animation: Matthew Lee
    Technique: Stop motion
    Music: Rachael Philip
    Production/School: National Film and Television School
    Dialogue language: English
    Subtitles language: English

    A safety and regulations obsessive is forced to revaluate things when a routine flight runs into difficulties.
  5. Alien & Alien 01:00
  6. Poland 2017
    Directed by: Mariusz Moscicki
    Screenplay: Mariusz Moscicki
    Animation: Mariusz Moscicki & Marta Topolska
    Technique: stop motion
    Dialogue language: English

    Alien visited Earth recently. He saw how people treat animals and each other. He got sick because of the air pollution and chemicals in food. He witnesses war, terrorism and death. Now because of ALL of that he can be compensated and law firm Alien & Alien is about to help him.

  7. Genesis 10:32
  8. Iran 2017
    Directed by: Abtin Mozafari
    Screenplay: abtin mozafari
    Animation: Farshid Mousavi
    Technique: 3D
    Music: Javad Safari
    Production/School: Peyrang
    Dialogue language: No Dialgue
    Subtitles language: No Dialgue

    A fantasy about the syria

  9. Heart Chakra 07:21
  10. USA 2017
    Directed by: Angela Stempel

    Mae's life is routinely disrupted by the advice from her online crystal healer and her devotion to horoscopes. Armed with healing crystals and numerology, Mae is ready to follow the predictions on an unexpected path to find her soulmate. Made at CalArts, 2017.
  11. New Toy / Brinquedo Novo 06:25
  12. Brazil 2017
    Directed by: Rogerio Boechat
    Screenplay: Mauricio Stal and Rodrigo Amim
    Animation: Alexandre S Matos, Bruno Brito, Emanuel Barroso, Leonardo Siqueira and Nayara Abreu
    Technique: Digital 2D
    Music: Bianca Gismonti and Claudia Castelo Branco
    Production/School: LUVA
    Dialogue language: no
    Subtitles language: no

    On an boring day, a baby gets a teddy bear from his mom. The new toy becomes his best friend. Over time, it turns into a tedious object. He carries it around sadly, until destiny surprises him...

  13. Inscape 03:00
  14. Brazil 2017
    Directed by: Leo Uehara
    Animation: Digital
    Technique: 3D animation
    Music: YB Music
    Dialogue language: No dialogues
    Subtitles language: N/A

    Inkscape tells the story of a man seeking for something that fills his own void.

  15. Coco's Day / Kokosha 04:20
  16. Russia 2017
    Directed by: Tatiana Moshkova
    Screenplay: Tatiana Moshkova
    Animation: Oleg Sheplyakov, Karolina Andrianova, Olga Belyaeva, Sergey Rubin
    Technique: 2d Computer (Flash)
    Music: Tatiana Shatkovskaya-Eisenberg
    Production/School: Soyuzmultfilm Studio
    Dialogue language: Russian
    Subtitles language: English

    Meet Coco, a little crocodile who hides from blizzards, explores underwater worlds and even turns into Godzilla – and all inside one flat!

  17. Alphabet 05:55
  18. Iran 2017
    Directed by: kianoush abedi
    Animation: FARNOUSH ABEDI

    It has been years since the people of this town forgot the alphabets of life. They have no sight, hearing or speech left... but the words are impatiently waiting to be sung again

  19. Enough 02:19
  20. United Kingdom 2017
    Directed by: Anna Mantzaris
    Screenplay: Anna Mantzaris
    Animation: Anna Mantzaris, Marcos Valin
    Technique: Stop Motion Animation
    Music: Phil Brookes
    Production/School: Royal College of Art
    Dialogue language: No dialogue
    Subtitles language: No dialogu

    Moments of lost self-control

  21. The Train 02:30
  22. Iran 2017
    Directed by: Javad Matouri
  23. Creature from the lake 05:10
  24. France 2017
    Directed by: Renata Antunes, Alexis Bedue, Léa Bresciano, Amandine Canville, Maria Castro Rodriguez, Logan Cluber, Nicolas Grangeaud, Capucine Rahmoun-Swierczynski, Victor Rouexel, Orianne Siccardi, Mallaury Simoes

    In the 80s, a manly and experienced monster hunter hero of a low-budget TV show, followed by his fat cowardly camerawoman, goes to a remote lake on the night of a full moon, when mysterious disappearances tend to occur...

  25. It's a Bird thing / It's a Bird Thing 05:44
  26. France 2017
    Directed by: Sylvain Bonnet, Justine Gautheret, Mathilde Le Gloahec, Maximilian Ly, Johanna Nizard, Leo Pieri, Andrea Roncancio, Jeremy Souillet, Ludivine Vincent

    In the underworld of the favelas, Aaron, a little boy, lives a wretched and lonely life. Until the day he sees a wonderful bird flying overhead. At this moment, a strong desire to escape his constrained life stirs deep in his heart. He will do his best to achieve his goal: flying!

  27. Garden Party 07:25
  28. France 2016
    Directed by: Théophile Dufresne, Florian Babikian, Gabriel Grapperon, Lucas Navarro, Vincent Bayoux, Victor Caire

    In a deserted rich house, a couple of amphibians explore their surroundings and follow their primal instincts.

  29. Cream 06:15
  30. Denmark 2017
    Directed by: Lena Olafsdottir

    In a doctor’s cozy waiting room the cold and ugly sides of human behavior are revealed while some of the patients enjoy an ice cream.
  31. #selfie 05:00
  32. Germany 2016
    Directed by: David M. Lorenz
    Screenplay: David M. Lorenz
    Production/School: FILMMENSCHEN Filmproduktionen David M. Lorenz Paul Weiss
    Dialogue language: English

    A couple on holiday in Berlin. Everything is perfect, but then he wants to take a selfie... The ending of a relationship as seen through a mobile phone.

  33. H0_pe 02 09:29
  34. Italy 2017
    Directed by: Francesco Bruno Sorrentino, Antonio Genovese
    Screenplay: Antonio Genovese, Francesco Bruno Sorrentino
    Animation: Antonio Genovese, Francesco Bruno Sorrentino
    Technique: Mixed technique 2D/3D/Stopmotion
    Music: Mario Autore
    Production/School: Stefano Incerti
    Dialogue language: Italian
    Subtitles language: English

    H0_Pe is a robot who lives alone on a tiny planet somewhere in the space. His job is to regain materials. After hundreds of years of a lonely life, he starts to create objects "to live better". He will be able to built the first intelligent robot (H0_pe 01) to overcome loneliness. But, on his planet, this kind of activity is forbidden by law. In fact the H0_Pe's life is spied by the Headquarters situated on a close planet. The Headquarters discovers his secret and, through the use of signs, it warns him to stop his illegal activity. At the end of the story, H0_Pe will be forced to reveal a great and hidden secret.

  35. Sunday in the Park with dog 07:35
  36. USA 2017
    Directed by: Robert Rosenbaum
    Screenplay: Robert Rosenbaum
    Animation: 2d
    Technique: Hand drawn
    Music: original score by Dara Taylor
    Production/School: Robert Rosenbaum
    Dialogue language: English

    While enjoying a sandwich on a relaxing day in the park, a high-strung Guy has a chance meeting with a very zen, three-legged doG, who may or may not be... an existentialist. Sunday in the Park with doG stars the ever popular Mason Reese as the voice of doG, the wise-cracking hound that may or may not be… an existentialist. Carl Welden voices Guy, a bit of a high-strung chap out for a quiet day in the park. When Guy meets the three-legged talking doG, he marvels at the zen-like attitude doG has towards his “handicap.” doG tries to assure Guy that everything in the universe is as it should be, but alas the nature of Guy is more antipathetic. The film in a traditional animation with hand-painted watercolor backgrounds by artist Dawn Robyn along with some stylized nods to Suerat, MaGritte, Dali and Munch. The original score was beautifully composed by Dara Taylor. The script is based on the original play “My Conversation with doG” by the writer/director of the piece Robert Rosenbaum.

  37. Letters 13:00
  38. Russia 2018
    Directed by: Alexander Savarsky
    Screenplay: Alexander Savarsky (based on the Konstantin Paustovky's short story
    Animation: Valeriy Hayrapetyan, Evgeniy Ivanov, Elena Kvasova, Antonina Grischenko, Olga Maxyuk, Pavel Chaika, Marina Galagan, Anastasia Stus, Natalia Golubchenko-Kvasova, Olga Ogurtsova, Evgenia Myaksheva, Mikhail Bolonkin
    Technique: watercolor, rotoscope
    Music: Alexey Korolev, Andrey Akimov, Sergey Smirnov
    Production/School: Margarita Savarskaya
    Dialogue language: Russian
    Subtitles language: English, German

    "Letters" is a film about beautiful and sudden love. It tells us that every loss is a new link in a regular chain of future findings. Love is the thing that always starts when finished. And when losing it, in the moment of temporary emptiness, we look back to see one more time what we’ve just lost. We don’t even suspect that this time everything is waiting for us in the future, and the lines of new happiness have already appeared in our illusive loss of our past.

  39. Ontario, Quebec & Me 02:22
  40. USA 2017
    Directed by: Richard O'Connor
    Screenplay: Richard O'Connor
    Animation: Taisiya Zaretskaya
    Technique: Digital Drawing
    Music: Billy Bragg
    Production/School: Richard O'Connor
    Dialogue language: English

    Flying in the rainy season, a romance. Animated, based on a song by Billy Bragg.
  41. Disillusionment of 10 point font 01:12
  42. USA 2017
    Directed by: Greg Condon
    Dialogue language: English

    a collection of playfully animated words, created on a typewriter


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