Competition

ShortStudentGreekExperimental


Greek competition


Saturday 16/03/2019 20:00 - 22:00
Cine Drasi, Vrilissia
Total Duration: 01:46:43

  1. Autosuggestion / Αυθυποβολή 05:25
  2. Greece 2017
    Directed by: Paraskevi Koutalou


  3. While I keep on Dreaming / Όσο συνεχίζω να Ονειρεύομαι 06:21
  4. Greece 2018
    Directed by: Giorgos Chatzellis
    Screenplay: Giorgos Chatzellis
    Animation: Giorgos Chatzellis
    Technique: 2D Animation
    Music: Thanos Bikakis, Giorgos Gargalas
    Production/School: Ionian University, Audio Visual Arts Department

    The story follows a young girl who is reading a fairy tale about a fox. When the girl fall's asleep the fox from the book appears infront of her and invites the girl to the fairy tale's imaginary world.

  5. Digitized 2018 02:12
  6. Greece 2018
    Directed by: Odd Bleat


  7. Natron 05:57
  8. Greece 2017
    Directed by: Aris Apartian, Sofia Avramidou
    Screenplay: Aris Apartian, Sofia Avramidou
    Animation: Aris Apartian, Sofia Avramidou
    Technique: Traditional 2D Animation
    Music: George R. Gaitanos
    Production/School: A.T.E.I of Athens
    Dialogue language: no dialogue
    Subtitles language: no subtitles

    When nature can't take it any more, a bunch of revolutionary flamingos take matters into their own "feathers" in order to free their kind from slavery. A fantasy story inspired by real environmental threats towards lake Natron, Tanzania.

  9. Ooffee 19:04
  10. Greece 2018
    Directed by: Alexandros Vounatsos
    Screenplay: ALEXANDROS VOUNATSOS
    Animation: ALEXANDROS VOUNATSOS
    Technique: 3d animation with 2d graphics
    Music: ALEXANDROS VOUNATSOS
    Production/School: University of Thessaly
    Dialogue language: ENGLISH
    Subtitles language: ENGLISH/GREEK/JAPANESE

    The animation wants to depict forms of power that exist in the everyday lives of people. All as productive members of the economic system, we produce economic benefits that we can not consume or enjoy either due to lack of free time or due to tax etc. Each member suffers from the so-called institutionalization, that is, the inner fear that creates impotence and makes it unlikely a change-pause-disengagement from a daily routine that does not serve any need of a social member beyond survival. If we try to break these seeming chains, our future as social members, is ominous. The above situations do not differ much from the everyday life of a prisoner, who works for economic gains of state mechanisms respectively, has no choice to resist what is imposed on him and suffers from institutionalization. The state daily interferes with human life through various mechanisms such as education, military service, self-discipline, the ubiquitous panopticism that seemingly struggles to identify the unregulated, non-disciplined individual. They all emphatically espouse the above situations by making the difference as a defect. So how do institutions of imprisonment not be widely accepted when they are familiar pathways that are visible on a daily basis as they are imposed as mechanisms of transformation of individuals. As long as life in the state is the only scenario, Closure and Isolation mechanisms will stigmatize and undermine diversity.



  11. Push-Up 01:21
  12. Greece 2019
    Directed by: Vasileios Papageorgiou


  13. The world above the sea / Ο κόσμος πάνω από τη θάλασσα 07:39
  14. Greece 2019
    Directed by: Κώστας Δίγκας
    Screenplay: Κώστας Δίγκας
    Animation: Oleksandr Eleftheros
    Music: Δάφνη Ζαφειρακοπούλου, Kevin MacLeod
    Dialogue language: Ελληνικά

    Ένα μικρό ψαράκι πιάνεται στο αγκίστρι και γνωρίζει τον κόσμο πάνω από τη θάλασσα με οδυνηρό τρόπο.



  15. This Love / Cet Amour 05:05
  16. Greece 2018
    Directed by: Antonis Kyritsanis
    Production/School: thavmacinema
    Subtitles language: Greek

    Experimentation on Jacques Prevert's poetry. The poem "cet amour" is a hymn to love which is embedded in the eternal nature. A ruling and powerful love, floating in the universe a priori. The love that extends from the infinite white to the infinite black in all its appearances and conflicts. The love which incarnates and transforms into the fiery red colour, the pathogenic, bloody, generating red colour, which has no beginning and no end.

  17. The Moment / Η Στιγμή 09:21
  18. Greece 2018
    Directed by: Γιάννης Στεφανάκις


  19. C. P. Cavafy THE CITY | Wherever I turn my eyes to / Κ. Π. Καβάφης Η ΠΟΛΙΣ | Όπου Το Μάτι Μου Γυρίσω 03:24
  20. Greece 2019
    Directed by: Παναγιώτης Κουντουράς, Αρίσταρχος Παπαδανιήλ
    Screenplay: Αρίσταρχος Παπαδανιήλ
    Animation: Αρίσταρχος Παπαδανιήλ
    Technique: Live action + 2D animation
    Music: Αρίσταρχος Παπαδανιήλ
    Production/School: Syllipsis
    Dialogue language: Ελληνικά
    Subtitles language: Αγγλικά

    Ως νεκρικό πορτρέτο Φαγιούμ, το βλέμμα του Ποιητή που «εκόμισε εις την Τέχνη» «κάτι μισοειδωμένα, πρόσωπα ή γραμμές» διακρίνει με την κόχη του ματιού την περιφορά ψυχών στην κώχη του Ματιού. Οπτικοακουστικό επίγραμμα εις μνήμην. Εις μάτην. As a mummy portrait of Fayum, the gaze of the Poet who "brought to Art" "things half glimpsed, faces or lines" distinguishes with the corner of his eye the souls procession at Mati's little corner. Audiovisual epigram in memory. To no avail.



  21. Tokei Maru 15:00
  22. Greece 2018
    Directed by: Nachos Samoladas
    Screenplay: Zachos Samoladas
    Animation: Zachos Samoladas
    Technique: 2D hand drawn animation
    Music: Ryan Camus
    Production/School: GenesisPix
    Dialogue language: English, Japanese, Modern Greek (1453-)

    Based on a true story. The year is 1922 and Tokei Maru, a Japanese cargo boat arrives at Smyrna bay on the coast of Asia Minor. As the ship prepares to dock at Smyrna harbor, the city changes hands. The Greeks flee the city and the Turkish army enters in triumph. The captain is ordered by the allied fleet anchored on the bay to abandon docking and leave. As the city is burned to the ground, the Japanese captain throws all of his cargo to the sea to rescue 825 men, women and children. Almost 100 years later his name is a mystery but his act of humanity remains.



  23. Inheritance 05:48
  24. Greece 2018
    Directed by: George Kalofolias, George Baourdas
    Screenplay: George Kalofolias
    Animation: George Baourdas
    Technique: 2D Animation
    Music: George Baourdas / Evangellos Athanasias
    Production/School: George Baourdas
    Dialogue language: N / A
    Subtitles language: N / A

    Ghosts of abandoned cities haunt the horizon. The landscape is rocky and empty, only a few palm trees stand out. As far as the eye reaches, dust. A strange figure emerges in this inhospitable land. Inheritance is a sci-fi journey into the depths of the human psyche, the things that define us and the memories we choose to keep or bury.



  25. Wandering 05:12
  26. Greece 2018
    Directed by: Lambrini Loukaidi
    Dialogue language: Modern Greek (1453-)

    Poetry charcoal animation. Strolling around Athens through the gaze of a woman poet. A visual story about oppresion and the experience of city life



  27. Elle reads on a summer day / Η Έλλη διαβάζει το καλοκαίρι 03:30
  28. Greece 2018
    Directed by: Lambrini Loukaidi
    Dialogue language: Modern Greek (1453-)

    Elle is trying to understand how relationships work! The weather is hot, her lover is gone..



  29. Chromosoma 04:46
  30. Greece 2018
    Directed by: Sonia Kechagia
    Screenplay: Sonia Kechagia

    Chromosoma is a video art project heavily based on the art of body painting and the use of movement as a means to creating shifting sets.



  31. Inverse 06:38
  32. Greece 2018
    Directed by: Ioanna Tsinividi
    Screenplay: Spiros Gratsias
    Animation: Kostas Demetropoulos
    Technique: 3D animation
    Music: Stafanos Konstantinidis, Nassos Sopilis
    Production/School: Produced by Harold Herbert
    Dialogue language: English
    Subtitles language: Greek

    Agastrophos, an ancient Greek statue trapped on a tiny island, is focused on an upside-down beetle; its legs and arms are grasping the air in an attempt to flip over and save itself. If Agastrophos could simply give it a helping flick; it would “inverse” its destiny and find a second chance at life.


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