Total Duration: 01:59:12
- Waltz 14:10Japan 2019
- INTRODUCING LIBROPHILEAS / Predstavljanje Knjigoljuba 17:20Croatia 2019
- Roses in the Night 11:06Bulgaria 2018
- King Weeper and Uncle Tickleton / Цар Плаксій та Лоскотон / Tsar Plaksiy ta Loskoton 11:40Ukraine 2019
- Clotilda and the Wyvern 29:57United States of America 2019
- No comment / Без коментар 17:00Bulgaria 2019
- METEOR Genesis 14:13France 2019
- Blue and Curt 01:16Canada 2019
- Stephanie 02:30United States of America 2019
Directed by: Mari Miyazawa
Screenplay: Mari Miyazawa
Production/School: Mari Miyazawa
Dialogue language: Japanese
The story is set in a world where foods that are made from wheat live. The many varieties are hostile to each other. However, when beings made from things other than wheat appear, such as those made from meat and cream, they all work together to oppose them. In this world, a sausage with no unique features appears. Until now, he has never seen anyone different from himself, and is called "Nine" because of the number on his necklace. Nine is perplexed when he sees all of these beings made from various types of food. As he is not made of wheat, he is imprisoned, but thanks to his clever friend, he is accepted as a comrade. After a brief period of peace, another fight begins in a neighboring country. A compromise is reached through the efforts of Nine and his comrades, and it seems like all will end well, but then the liquids arrive... It seems like the trouble is far from over. When Nine returns to his family, he takes with him as his souvenir the idea of individuality. If individuality developed, maybe they wouldn't need numbered necklaces any more. Even inside their small bag, groups and opposition will probably form eventually, but if that happens, he could have fun in the commotion, just like he did in the world of wheat.
Directed by: Ivica Valentić
Screenplay: Ivana Majcen i Ivica Valentic
Animation: Ivica Valentic
Technique: Ivica Valentic
Music: Mario Majkić
Production/School: Ivica Valentić
Dialogue language: Croatian
Subtitles language: eng- fra-rus-ita- špa-germ
A television news crew goes to an antique bookshop because they received an information that a strange guest would appear there. It turns out that the strange guest is – Librophileas, the ancient, mystical creature which lives everywhere where there are books. He explains why he has appeared at that particular place and at that particular time. Among other things, he says that the PDF format and Kindle device terrify him, pointing out his archenemy, another creature called Copyman. The movie is based on a true story. Librophileas explains the magic behind the trick of putting a book under the pillow before going to sleep and knowing all the leasons in the morning, a trick we all used to practice when we were schoolkids. This is a full short movie, but additional episodes will be made. It promotes reading books, and is suitable for both adults and children.
Directed by: Pencho Kunchev
Screenplay: Pencho Kunchev
Production/School: Yariv Lerner
A story of a young girl in ancient Greece between ripening and mystery of first love. Based upon "Les Chansons de Bilitis" by Pierre Louys (1875-1920).
Directed by: Andrian Sakhaltuiev
Screenplay: Vyacheslav Nikolayev
Music: Sergiy Chegodaev
Production/School: Iryna Sakhaltuieva, Victor Andrienko
Dialogue language: Ukrainian
Subtitles language: English
In the Tearshed kingdom, King Weeper rules, which forbids laughter and merriment, because the biggest delicacy for him is people's tears. Uncle Tickleton, standing up to the king, amuses the kids and their parents, giving them hope. In spite of all the cunning of King Weeper and his henchmen, Uncle Tickleton defeats the villain, forcing him to die of laughter.
Directed by: Edward Barocela
Screenplay: Edward Barocela
Animation: Edward Barocela
Music: Rick Dodd
Production/School: Edward Barocela
Dialogue language: English
The damsel must rescue the prince in this loving tribute to animation pioneer Lotte Reiniger.
Directed by: Vera Doneva
Screenplay: Vera Doneva
Production/School: Nastimir Tzatchev
Sharp climate change and natural disasters remind us that everything depends on us, the people. Disrupting nature through our actions, we are contributing to the global collapse of the planet. With these short films, we call out: People Think!
Directed by: Quentin Dognon
Screenplay: Quentin Dognon
Production/School: Quentin Dognon
Dialogue language: French
Directed by: Jesse Cote
Production/School: Jesters Animation
A stubborn little monster named Curt receives some advice from a clever little bird named Blue.
Directed by: Corrinne James
Dialogue language: English
A fantastical love story that takes two lovers further away from each other.