Competition

ShortStudentGreekExperimental


Short 10


18:00 - 20:00
Total Duration: 01:36:02

  1. Eisnasen 07:58
  2. Switzerland 2018
    Directed by: Veronica L. Montaño & Joel Hofmann
    Screenplay: Veronica L. Montaño & Joel Hofmann
    Animation: Joel Hofmann, Manuela Leuenberger, Dominic Lutz, Valentine Moser, Patrick Portmann, Jürgen Haas
    Technique: Puppet & 3D
    Music: Maple Tree Circus
    Production/School: Tiny Giant GmbH
    Dialogue language: No dialogue

    Bo and Moco live in an icy cold world. Moco is blaming the ice for his snotty nose and starts melting it with his Bunsen burner. At the same time Bo ist trying to fix the damage with needle and yarn.

  3. The event horizon / Horyzont zdarzen 12:28
  4. Poland 2017
    Directed by: Michal Orzechowski
    Screenplay: Michal Orzechowski
    Animation: Michal Orzechowski
    Technique: 2d
    Music: Pawel Cieslak
    Production/School: FUMI Studio (Piotr Furmankiewicz, Mateusz Michalak)
    Dialogue language: polish
    Subtitles language: english

    The Event Horizon , the door to our world. A place on the edge of space where time stops and the faintest ray of light ceases to exist forever. Behind this boundary there's a totally different world. A place where the boundaries of perception are stretched.



  5. Oh Mother! / O Matko! 12:15
  6. Poland 2016
    Directed by: Paulina Ziolkowska
    Screenplay: Paulina Ziolkowska
    Animation: Paulina Ziolkowska Natalia Krawczuk Barbara Rupik Karolina Specht Aleksandra Wit Artur Hanaj Aleksandra Kucwaj Zofia Skorka Beata Strzelecka Wojciech Wojtkowski
    Technique: 2d
    Music: Tomasz Opalka
    Production/School: FUMI Studio (Piotr Furmankiewicz, Mateusz Michalak)
    Dialogue language: -
    Subtitles language: -

    Mother and son are changing places and roles constantly: once, the mother is an adult, sometimes son matures and takes care of suddenly childish mother. The arrangement works fine, until the boy decides to escape from under the skirt of the overprotective mother and start an independent life.



  7. Charles 10:00
  8. France 2017
    Directed by: Dominic-Etienne Simard
    Screenplay: Dominic-Etienne SIMARD
    Animation: Dominic-Etienne SIMARD
    Music: Ramachandra Borcar
    Dialogue language: No Dialogues

    Charles, a little kid with adult-sized problems, must look after his neglectful mom. At school, he’s the target of bullies. To escape the teasing, he journeys into a parallel world, a watery haven populated by frogs.



  9. Bolero Paprika / Boléro Paprika 20:53
  10. France 2017
    Directed by: Marc Ménager
    Screenplay: Marc Ménager and Nicolas Lemée
    Animation: Ignacio de Marco, Teresa Pérez Girau, Patricia Sourdes, David Martin, Marc Ménager
    Technique: Sand, puppets
    Music: Tomás Jiménez
    Production/School: Xbo films
    Dialogue language: french, spanish
    Subtitles language: english

    In France in the 1950s, Diego, the son of Spanish Republicans in exile, witnesses a police roundup targeting his mother and grandfather amongst the last opponents of the Franco regime. Immersed in reminiscing about a history that is still very much alive, Diego will preserve the memory of those who resisted totalitarianism.



  11. Hallowstide 04:17
  12. USA 2017
    Directed by: Steve Socki
    Screenplay: (none)
    Animation: Steve Socki
    Technique: 2D Computer & some hand-drawn
    Music: Gary Chang
    Production/School: Steve Socki Productions
    Dialogue language: (none)
    Subtitles language: (none)

    Dreamy, haunting forms transform, then ascend into a new spiritual world.



  13. The Wayward Kite 07:55
  14. Taiwan 2017
    Directed by: Yuting Hsueh
    Screenplay: Yuting Hsueh
    Animation: Yuting Hsueh
    Technique: Computer Animation
    Music: Ted Yu
    Production/School: Yaju Hsieh
    Dialogue language: No dialogue
    Subtitles language: No subtitles

    A little kite breaks its tether, fleeing to the city for a dream. The setbacks and wounds make it grow, change, and realize its real inner goal to fight for.



  15. The Walker / Le Marcheur 11:18
  16. Belgium 2017
    Directed by: Frédéric Hainaut
    Screenplay: Laurence Baud'huin
    Animation: Frédéric Hainaut, Mathieu Labaye, Patrick Martial, Ghania Ouali
    Technique: animated drawing, watercolor
    Music: Mathieu Labaye
    Production/School: Jean-Luc Slock (Camera-etc)
    Dialogue language: French
    Subtitles language: English

    The Walker works in a poultry farm. Disgusted by his despicable work, he gives up and follows the Indignant, diluting his anger in theirs.



  17. Conception: Catie + Jen 04:14
  18. United Kingdom 2018
    Directed by: Moth Studio
    Animation: Moth Studio, Joe Bichard, Russ Etheridge, Yu Knifeson, Pablo Lozano, Ross Plaskow, Max Taylor, Claudio Salas
    Technique: 2D hand-drawn computer animation
    Music: Pierre O'Reilly
    Production/School: Moth Studio, Margaret Cheatham Williams
    Dialogue language: English

    "This film was produced as part of the New York Times’ Conception series, a six-part animated series showcasing different real life stories about becoming a Mother. We follow Jen and Catie: two sisters struggling with infertility, an unexpected pregnancy and difficult life decisions. Sisterhood and motherhood meet in this powerful story of love, fear and trust."



  19. Sweet Tooth 01:29
  20. United Kingdom 2017
    Directed by: Hannah Anastasi
    Screenplay: Hannah Anastasi
    Animation: Hannah Anastasi
    Technique: 2D, Hand-drawn on paper, Traditional.
    Music: Kevin Macleod
    Dialogue language: n/a
    Subtitles language: English

    Sweet Tooth is an animated Microfilm, with a run time of just under 90 seconds. It features a peculiar doodle nicknamed Crescent the Cat, whose first action, upon being drawn to life, is to devour a large jar of multicoloured candy...



  21. Sola 03:15
  22. Australia 2017
    Directed by: Jonathan
    Screenplay: Jonathan Nix , Greg Walker
    Animation: 2D/3D computer
    Technique: Black and white scratch and silouhette
    Music: J Walker and Machine Translations
    Production/School: Jonathan Nix, Greg Walker
    Dialogue language: English
    Subtitles language: English

    As the world collapses around them, humanity walks on oblivious, compulsively editing selfies and updating profiles






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