Competition

ShortStudentGreekExperimental


Short 11


Sunday 17/03/2019 14:00 - 16:00
Cine Drasi, Vrilissia
Total Duration: 01:50:22

  1. Better Humans 03:17
  2. United Kingdom 2018
    Directed by: Moth Studio
    Music: Skillbard
    Production/School: Moth Studio, Nadja Oertelt, Harriet Bailey
    Dialogue language: English

    Approaching themes of genetic enhancements and possibilities of human augmentation, Better Humans is the 5th episode in a series of films about science commissioned to celebrate the centenary of Frankenstein.



  3. God has already gone ahead / Gott ist schon weg 10:00
  4. Germany 2018
    Directed by: Peter Böving
    Dialogue language: English, German, Spanish

    The Egyptian geese marches through the ages: From the bird´s perspective, a centuries-long settlement history is told. While the water level in the pond continues to fall, the inhabitants have the water up the neck. In the end, nothing stays as it was, only the goose suspects nothing bad.



  5. Frog Dog Log 02:34
  6. USA 2018
    Directed by: Jared D. Weiss
    Screenplay: Jared D. Weiss
    Animation: Jared D. Weiss
    Technique: Digital 2D / Mixed Media
    Music: Jared D. Weiss

    A film about a film about a frog, a dog, and a log.

  7. The Voice Over / The Voice over 04:44
  8. Belgium 2018
    Directed by: CALM ! (Claudia Cortes Espejo, Lora D'Addazio & Mathilde Remy)
    Screenplay: Claudia Cortés Espejo
    Animation: CALM ! (Claudia Cortes Espejo, Lora D'Addazio & Mathilde Remy)
    Music: Golden Q
    Production/School: Alexandre Mailleux
    Dialogue language: English

    Bobby led a simple life, ... If only it weren’t for the constant voice in his head.

  9. The Proposal / La bague au doigt 15:00
  10. Belgium 2018
    Directed by: Gerlando Infuso
    Screenplay: Gerlando Infuso
    Animation: Gerlando Infuso
    Technique: Stop Motion
    Music: Erwann Chandon
    Production/School: Marie Volkenner
    Dialogue language: Mute

    Icaro chooses Valentine’s Day to propose to his beautiful Vanilla in their favorite restaurant: The Golden Mussel. But Dimitri, the chef, does everything to get in the way of the young seducer, putting Icaro’s sincere commitment at stake.



  11. The Thwarted 16:38
  12. France 2018
    Directed by: Stéphanie Vasseur, Sandrine Terragno
    Screenplay: Stéphanie Vasseur
    Production/School: Offshore
    Dialogue language: French


  13. Delectable you / Belle à croquer 15:00
  14. France 2017
    Directed by: Axel Courtière
    Production/School: Les Fées Productions, Offshore
    Dialogue language: French

    Oscar Mongoût, a gourmet cannibal, burns with love for the neighbor in his building, the very vegetal Miss Carrot. This passion seems destined to fail: she is a vegetarian, while he suffers from a total phobia about vegetables. Things take a drastic turn the evening she invites him to dinner.



  15. 5 Years after the war 16:39
  16. France 2017
    Directed by: Samuel Albaric, Martin Wiklund, Ulysse Lefort
    Screenplay: Samuel Albaric
    Production/School: Les Fées Productions, Miyu Productions
    Dialogue language: French

    How does one grow up between an absent Iraqi father and a pervasive Jewish mother? Tossed around by the great upheavals of the modern times, Tim tries as hard as he can to find his place in the world.



  17. Giant Bear 11:30
  18. Canada 2018
    Directed by: Daniel Gies, Neil Christopher
    Screenplay: Jose Angutinngurniq, Neil Christopher
    Production/School: Emily Paige, Neil Christopher
    Dialogue language: Inuktitut

    ᓇᓄᕐᓗᒃ / Giant Bear A timeless Inuit legend about a solitary man, a giant bear and their daunting foes: each other. Centered on a confrontation between the last monster bear and an Inuit hunter, Giant Bear is a chilling short that brings an ancient story out of the North. In Giant Bear, we follow a hunter in the depths of starvation. The snow is thick, his dogs are mysteriously dying and food is nowhere to be found. A quest for answers leads him straight to a nanurluk, an iceberg-sized polar bear, setting up a “kill or be killed” battle that pits one man’s wits against a fearsome foe. A co-production between Taqqut Productions (Iqaluit) and e→d films (Montreal) this animated short film follows a lone Inuit hunter as he uses his wisdom, courage, and experience to find and confront his terrifying adversary -- a nanurluk (an iceberg-sized polar bear) in an epic battle for survival. Animated in a painterly, hybrid 2D and 3D style, some of the film was made using real time animation from Unity game engine, via the open source Scene Track plug-in. This traditional Inuit legend explores the power, beauty, and perils of nature through a meticulously handcrafted CG animation lens. The score, by composer Tyler Fitzmaurice in collaboration with singer Beatrice Deer, bassist Michael Felber, synth player Parker Shper, and electronic musician Greg Debicki (Woulg), features traditional northern singing techniques woven into an ethereal soundscape to bring the tundra to life.



  19. Le Mans 1955 15:00
  20. France 2018
    Directed by: Quentin Baillieux
    Screenplay: Julien Lilti
    Animation: 3D: Geoffrey Lerus, Paul Lavau, Daniel Quintero / 2D: Leila Kaddoura, Vic Cchun
    Technique: 2D/3D computer
    Music: Ali Helnwein
    Production/School: Nicolas de Rosanbo
    Dialogue language: English (dialogues) and French (comments)
    Subtitles language: English

    The 24 Hours of Le Mans, 1955. 300,000 spectators are watching from the sidelines. It is 6:00 PM when Pierre Levegh’s car ploughs into the spectator stands, scattering the crowd with his car engine’s hot debris. It is a tragedy that will cost more than 80 lives. And yet, the race goes on. At Mercedes, a friend and co-pilot of Pierre Levegh’s is ready to take the relay. His name is John Fitch.




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