Saturday 17/03/2018 22:00 - 00:00
Total Duration: 01:54:33
- A short interview with Bearington Bear 04:48United Kingdom 2017
- Rising waters in underwood springs / Déluge à Sous-Bois-les-Bains 26:00France 2017
- The Best Customer / Cel Mai Bun Client 12:13Romania 2017
- The Voyage of the Beagle - A galapagos tortoise love story / Potovanje na ladji Beagle - Ljubezen galapaške želve 11:03Slovenia 2017
- Airport 10:35Switzerland 2017
- In the beginning was the sea / Au commencement était la mer 10:04France 2016
- Into the forest 04:04France 2017
- We Are One 02:10United Kingdom 2017
- The Only Option 08:27USA 2016
- Still Here and Everywhere 01:41USA 2017
- Sisterhood 07:07Serbia and Montenegro 2018
- Side 06:04USA 2017
- Marydean Martin Library 00:51USA 2016
- My Favorite Forehead 03:19USA 2017
- The Gift / Hadia 06:07Turkey 2017
Directed by: Regan Mott
Screenplay: Regan Mott
Animation: Regan Mott
Music: Connor Mott
Production/School: University of The Arts London
Dialogue language: English (UK)
This short interview features Bearington Bear, the former popular 'toon', who suddenly rose to fame through the rise of animated productions. Bearington starred in such hits as 'Camp Bear' and 'Bearington Bear's No to Swears'. In this interview, we reflect on their career and discuss their comeback to the screen.
Directed by: Mathieu Auvray
Directed by: Serghei Chiviriga
Directed by: Jernej Lunder
Screenplay: Jernej Lunder, Sandra Ržen, Maja Dolores Šubic
Animation: Zarja Menart
Technique: 2D animation
Music: Jaka Strajnar
Dialogue language: Slovenian
Subtitles language: English
Adventure ship Beagle is approaching the Galapagos Islands where animals live in peace and harmony. A tortoise couple is laying eggs on a sandy beach, when a finch bird warns them of the upcoming danger – humans. The animals are startled, as they are afraid of the hunting expeditions they know too well. But for the newborn tortoises, the journey will just begin.
Directed by: Michaela Müller
Screenplay: Michaela Müller and Aleksandar Battista Ilic
Animation: Michaela Müller
Technique: Paint on glass
Music: Hrvoje Stefotic (Music) and Fa Ventilato (Sound Design)
Production/School: Schick Productions / Kinorama
Dialogue language: no dialogue
Subtitles language: no
In a modern day airport, the flow of passengers is broken by sudden irregularities.
Directed by: Charlotte Arene
Directed by: Karolina Chabier
Directed by: Laura Franchito
Animation: Puppet animation
Technique: Stop motion
Music: Philip Glass
Production/School: ENO and MA Character Animation Central Saint Martins
We Are One depicts the battles of women in societies dominated by men in power - Hendrik Verwoerd, Harvey Weinstein, Hugh Hefner and Donald Trump.
Directed by: Owen Roberts
Dialogue language: English
The Only Option is a short animation about a wifi problem on an abandoned island.
Directed by: Peter Whittenberger
Screenplay: Peter Whittenberger
Animation: Peter Whittenberger
Technique: 3D, 2D, still photography, Unity Engine
Music: Peter Whittenberger
Production/School: Peter Whittenberger
Dialogue language: na
Subtitles language: na
Still Here and Everywhere explores the indomitable continuity of time. With or without our individual selves, time marches on. We choose our relationship to this phenomena, but it is an indisputable truth. I find the idea very liberating and I want viewers to see this as something that can be embraced without fear. Everything ends, there is nothing we can do about it, and thats pretty great.
Directed by: Jelena Prljevic
Screenplay: Jelena Prljevic, Natasa Prljevic
Animation: Jelena Prljevic
Technique: Erasure, Drawing on paper, Cutout
Music: Amir Khosrowpour (Music) and Slobodan Jukic Sloxxx (Sound design)
Dialogue language: English
The animated film Sisterhood uses an abandoned house from childhood as a metaphor of home and stability. The story, written in a form of a dialogue between sisters, as signifiers of past and present, describes an intimate experience of early maturing from a child’s perspective. The bond between sisters freezes time, capturing the emotional transitions that shape the landscape of a dissolving country.
Directed by: Snow Yunxue Fu
Animation: Snow Yunxue Fu
Music: Daniel Brookman
We have a long-term dilemma for we have a short-term body. The shifting nature of human emotions is like the seaweeds on the bottom of the ocean, floating around according to the different currents passing by. Our love and joy, our betrayal and hates, and many things in between wave within the thoughts and choices we make in our everyday life. One cause for our desire for intimacy is to extend our limited selves. We attempt to know others and to love someone also help to achieve one of the greatest efforts of self-realization. Digital space has a certain stability so much more so than the real space we inhabit. Digital space is a realm that exists in-between life and death while it belongs to neither. Digital space can be treated as neutral. You may choose to attach meaning and thoughts to it, but its nature does not necessarily change. In a way, digital space is rather constant, the little piece of eternity that we can encounter in our everyday modern life.
Directed by: Jo Meuris
Animation: Jo Meuris
Technique: Hand-drawn Animation
Dialogue language: English
Promotional video for the Marydean Martin Library at Nevada State College, the first digital library in the state of Nevada.
Directed by: John Akre
Screenplay: John Akre
Animation: John Akre
Technique: clay, 2D computer
Music: Marty Brueggemann
Prominent foreheads get in the way of some serious smooching.
Directed by: Sinem Sakaoglu
Screenplay: Sinem Sakaoglu
Dialogue language: Arabic
Tarek is a 6-year-old boy. He is from Aleppo. He is also a superhero. At least back home he used to be. Now in a new place, he seems to have lost his super powers. Just before his biggest secret mission. This is the story of a little kid discovering that the gift is always inside them no matter where they are.