Sunday 17/03/2019 18:00 - 20:00 - Cine Drasi, Vrilissia
Total Duration: 01:34:45
- Dancing frog 10:20Korea 2018
- The boy and the owl / O rapaz e a coruja 12:18Portugal 2018
- The brave Heart or (The day we enabled the sleepwalking protocol) 09:52United Kingdom 2018
- Happiness 06:13Bulgaria 2018
- reANIMATED 04:12Croatia 2017
- The Levers 09:24Korea 2018
- Fifi Fatale 13:47Slovakia 2018
- Horizon 03:36France 2018
- AstroLOLogy - Cancer - Falling For You 02:00Malaysia 2018
- The Choice 04:03Estonia 2018
- Rebellious Essence / Uporni duh 04:59Slovenia 2017
- St(r)ay / (迷)留 08:34Taiwan 2017
- Things You Can Do With Extendable Arms 01:47United Kingdom 2018
- Selfies 03:40Switzerland 2018
Directed by: Kim jinman
Screenplay: Kim Jinman, Chon Jiyoung
Music: JANG Younggyu
Production/School: Chon Jiyoung
Dialogue language: None
Subtitles language: None
Everything is connected. When you realize that everyone is connected, all our moves become dances.
Directed by: Mário Gajo de Carvalho
Screenplay: Mário Gajo de Carvalho
Animation: Catarina Guerreiro, Mário Gajo de Carvalho, Diana Zakhariya, Gustavo Baía
Technique: 2D and Manual drawing.
Music: Mário Gajo de Carvalho
Production/School: Mário Gajo de Carvalho
Dialogue language: No dialogues
Subtitles language: No dialogues
A young boy lives his life in a magical way, surrounded by the picturesque atmosphere of his village. A fable about love and the act of letting it go.
Directed by: Luca Schenato, Sinem Vardarli
Screenplay: Luca Schenato
Technique: 3D , 2D
Production/School: Luca Schenato, Sinem Vardarli
A quirky and surrealistic action/comedy film; where a brave heart takes a journey inside the body to try to sort out the problems of a hungover morning.
Directed by: Dimitar Dimitrov
Screenplay: Dilyan Elenkov
Production/School: Dimitar Dimitrov
Dialogue language: Bulgarian
"A film about the crushing power of the ordinary, everyday life, which inevitably devours the dreams, the love, and the belief in the extraordinary. A life which means death to the artist."
Directed by: Vedran Klemen
Dialogue language: English, Japanese, Spanish
Animation visually represents a consequences of discotheque's lifestyle through chronology of life itself. A guy catches a vibe in the club. After that he falls out into Aztec TV program which worships the life of Jim Morrison. He will be near consumers of yellow cosmos powder from which his tongue became puffy. In his head, KKK in form of giant caterpillars breaks his beloved sunglasses. The future is positive.
Directed by: Boyoung Kim
Screenplay: Boyoung Kim
Animation: Boyoung Kim, Hyun Kim, Nayoung Kim
Technique: 2D Computer
Production/School: Nayoung Kim
Dialogue language: Korean
Subtitles language: English
A guy accepts a job offer from a stranger on the street. All he has to do is pulling some levers while he’s listening to favorite music through the headphone. He was satisfied for the pay with the simple job until he hears some strange sound over the wall.
Directed by: Mária Kralovič
Screenplay: Jana Gombíková, Mária Kralovič
Production/School: Peter Badač
Her beauty is breathtaking and the way she dances and moves will haunt your dreams. In a tiny forgotten bar, the evenings belong to her and her only. The bartender is desperately in love with her, the patrons are mesmerized. That is until a surprise guest turns up – a young man who uncovered the secret of her powers.
Directed by: Amandine Senny
Screenplay: Amandine Senny
Music: Sylvain Gourlay
A city is surrounded by a gigantic wall. As their horizon has been taken from them, the people of this city live a bleak and dreary oppression. A young women decides that this sad environment won’t take her optimism away. She starts a fight on her own to regrow hope in the population.
Directed by: Ken Foong
Screenplay: Mark Gravas & Bradley Trevor Grieve and Team
Production/School: Lemon Sky Studios
AstroLoLogy is our original comedy web-series of short skits based on the members of the Greek Zodiac and their wacky personalities and relationships. Gaze with wonder in this simple, dialogue-free, colorful, children's series featuring universal characters and plenty of physical comedy for people all over the world.
Directed by: Alexandra Shаdrina
Screenplay: Alexandra Shаdrina
Production/School: Natalja Matsenene, Larisa Knyazeva
Dialogue language: English
Attention! New collection of people is on sale in our shopping mall! Hurry up, only a few days left! The choice of modern man is determined by the fashion industry marketers. Fashionable patterns are already invented and fed to the audience waiting to be bought. Who actually makes a choice, a person or it has been already made for one? WORK IN PROGRESS. FIRST VERSION. THE FILM WILL BE READY ON SEPTEMBER 25.
Directed by: Ana Čigon
Screenplay: Ana Čigon
Animation: Ana Čigon
Technique: 2D cutout computer animation
Music: Vasja Progar
Production/School: Ana Čigon
Dialogue language: English / Slovenian
Subtitles language: English, Slovenian, German, Italian, Spanish, French
A cat walks into the Office of the Ministry for Cat Affairs and requests for a passport. All goes pretty well until the female and male cat clerks demand to know the cat's sex.
Directed by: Chiang Yao
Screenplay: Chiang Yao
Animation: Chiang Yao, Wing Lin, Yngyn Lee
Technique: 3D Computer Animation
Music: Katy Jarzebowski
Production/School: Yiju Chiang
Dialogue language: No Dialogue
Subtitles language: English, Chinese
A camel, on a quest to find his missing wife in the desert, faces the dilemma of chasing his treasure or continuing his journey. ‘St(r)ay’ is a story of how someone recognizes the most important thing in life amid chaos caused by dementia. 駱駝先生在沙漠裡尋找失蹤的妻子，沿途接踵而來的插曲不斷阻礙他前進。 "(迷)留"是個從失智的混亂中找尋生命最重要事物的故事，為了讓觀眾更貼切感受失智患者的主觀心境，因此劇情並不具體呈現主角對於失智症狀的認知，而是將抽象與隱喻手法結合視覺上的設定，逐步引領觀眾步入主角的心境，透過主角以駱駝形象登場，表達他已遺忘了自己是誰，甚至失去了自我身為「人」的認知；而人形的妻子在結尾時的形象轉變，也呼應了主角不只遺忘了自己，還遺忘了包括親人在內的所有人。 過程中，飛散的鈔票代表的是主角對名利曾有的渴望，承載回憶的家具與房子四處散落意味著主角混亂與錯置的記憶，而碎裂的沙漏則是貫穿全劇的主意象，猶如故事中的沙塵暴與隨之而來的天地倒轉，主角的記憶也在破碎的時間感中如散沙般一去不回。
Directed by: Luca Paulli
Music: Will Wadham
What would you do if you had a pill that gave you extendable arms? Bring a whole new world within your reach. A brand new pill: Ugrow, you but better. The series of animated GIFs, created to promote a fake brand of pills called Ugrow, uses comedy to provoke a reflection of our society and how we constantly try to define our self through acts of consumption, in an attention-seeking culture. The short film is the result of a year long project that developed as a mini web series, as well as social media pages with Instagram running alongside content providing snapshots of Ugrow users around the world. The project mimics the language used in advertising campaigns, to tell a story about how we see ourselves and how we engage with each other.
Directed by: Claudius Gentinetta
Screenplay: Claudius Gentinetta
Animation: Cécile Brun, Claudius Gentinetta; Arzu Saglam
Technique: 2D Animation
Music: Peter Bräker und Claude Kaiser
Production/School: Claudius Gentinetta
Dialogue language: no dialogue
Subtitles language: no subtitles
In a veritable firework display of digital selfport-raits, hundreds of quaint, embarrassing and dread-fully disturbing selfies were arranged in a unique short film composition. Single photos, artistically reworked, consolidate to form a ghastly grin that outshines the abyss of human existence.