ShortStudentGreekExperimental


Student 1


Sunday 22/03/2020 18:00 - 20:00
Cine Drasi, Vrilissia
Total Duration: 01:45:39

  1. Who Brings Chocolate Jam? 03:03
  2. Korea 2020
    Directed by: Nahee JANG
    Screenplay: Nahee JANG
    Animation: Nahee JANG
    Production/School: Kyonggi University

    An old man get to the supermarket for his grandson who like chocolate jam. But a huge crowd is brawling to get a chocolate jam at there..

  3. SeeYa 04:00
  4. Korea 2020
    Directed by: Myeong-won SONG
    Screenplay: Myeong-won SONG
    Animation: Myeong-won SONG
    Music: Jin-Ho Lee
    Production/School: Kyonggi University
    Dialogue language: X
    Subtitles language: X

    In the dark space where no one knows, the box opens, just like the movie starts, the colorless main character runs away, being chased by the eyeballs. The eyeball turns into a flower and hovers around the main character, making him nervous. Eventually, the main character couldn't take the eyeball and eats them. After eating the eyeball, there is a main character who becomes calm and more relaxed and turned into a colorful color. What are some of the things that you think are like this eyeball?

  5. Trauma 04:40
  6. Korea 2019
    Directed by: Yuzin JANG
    Screenplay: Yuzin JANG
    Animation: Yuzin JANG
    Music: Seong-gwang MYEONG
    Production/School: Yuzin JANG
    Dialogue language: X
    Subtitles language: X

    She woke up as usual to go to work. But a red frame afters her continuously.

  7. 300 g/m2 05:33
  8. Estonia 2018
    Directed by: Kamila Kučíková
    Screenplay: Kamila Kučíková
    Production/School: Kamila Kučíková

    It's a monodrama of a white-white paper.



  9. Layers 06:30
  10. Estonia 2019
    Directed by: Mariel Alejandra Buenfil Blazquez
    Screenplay: Mariel Alejandra Buenfil Blazquez

    The Cold Guy tries to connect with people in a very not friendly world.



  11. Vibration 02:53
  12. Estonia 2019
    Directed by: Sofiya Ilieva
    Screenplay: Sofiya Ilieva

    Nothing is constant but change. All existence is a perpetual flux of being and becoming (Ernst Haeckel).



  13. Cante 05:00
  14. Estonia 2019
    Directed by: Teresa Baroet
    Screenplay: Teresa Baroet

    An anonymous man, alone in a sterile environment of an office, comes to grips with his own existence through the medium of tradition. He hears Cante Alentejano, a traditional singing that guides him through the monotonous meaningless gestures of modern daily work and society.



  15. Aurora 02:08
  16. Estonia 2019
    Directed by: Ingrid Pucci
    Screenplay: Ingrid Pucci

    A brief encounter with a golden snake leads to an explosive beginning.



  17. Food Chain / Toiduahel 08:30
  18. Estonia 2018
    Directed by: Liis Kokk, Mari Kivi
    Screenplay: Liis Kokk, Mari Kivi

    On the one hand it’s dirty work and on the other hand gorgeous product. This is a film about making food and consuming it. The producing part itself is not always as clean as we hope, yet we turn the blind eye as long as the end product looks desirable enough. The film plays with the fantasy of making food and about the satisfaction we get when having delicious products.



  19. 2.3 x2.6 x 3.2 03:47
  20. China 2019
    Directed by: Jiaqi Wang
    Dialogue language: Chinese, English

    This project is based on the Welcome Collection Museum. A filmmaker needs to choose an object from the museum and make a film based on it. Kareau is a wooden figure from the Nicobar Islands. It was set up, put outside a sick person’s house to scare and drive away from the bad spirits thought to be causing the disease. This film is for my aunt, she had breast cancer last year. I was depressed and did not know how to help her. When I went to the Welcome Collection Museum, I found this wooden figure in the center of the room, and I was interested in it’s healing power to the people living on the Nicobar Islands. (That is how I start to want to make this film.) I’m trying to discuss the certainty of hope (Kareau) and uncertainty of disease (Cancer) in this film. Without the support of belief, what is the percentage of faith for people? If the survival rate of cancer patients is 99%, then this 1% is a psychological torment for patients. Comparing the tribal people’s firm belief in healing totems, can we use this belief to make up for this 1% gap? If this exists, it will be an unpredictable comfort for the patient - the high 1% comfort. After deciding to make this film, I interviewed my aunt and wrote a monologue based on her speaking. Then I sent it back to her, and she changed some words to make it more encouraging. Then I decided to use her script version and used her voice in my film. In the film, I draw myself as a tapir, and I try to make my aunt get better by make the film. This comes from an idea of Mise en Abyme (Injecting self- reflexive into the film.) Because Kareau is not just a documentary animation about a cancer patient, but also a ritual for me to cure my aunt. For generals, I hope this film could let the audience feel the possible balance between hope and death, and to understand patients’ suffering and struggling, and the importance of hope for them.



  21. African Sonata 01:52
  22. United Kingdom 2019
    Directed by: Kieran Firth-Bernard
    Animation: Kieran Firth-Bernard
    Technique: Digital 2D Collage
    Music: Recorded/Performed/Arranged by Kieran Firth-Bernard (Inspired from Alexandre Desplat)
    Production/School: Farnham University for the Creative Arts (UCA)
    Dialogue language: English

    Explore the exciting and wondrous animals of Africa in a musical fantasy world! From the tiny buzzing Flyolin to the kings of the African Sonata - the trumpeting Tubaphants, this is a celebration to rejoice in the gift of life and music!



  23. The Midnight Marionette 03:06
  24. United States 2019
    Directed by: Joshua Diabo
    Dialogue language: English

    A puppeteer. A Marionette. A stage. When a puppeteer's marionette comes to life and leads him through an impossible world, the two compete for an audience's adoration.



  25. Wandaland 06:05
  26. United Kingdom 2019
    Directed by: Richard Noble
    Screenplay: Richard Noble
    Dialogue language: English

    A mixed-media animated biography of a fictional animation tycoon. Made at the Royal College of Art.



  27. Kindled 03:27
  28. New Zealand 2019
    Directed by: Natasha Bishop
    Animation: Antony Thomas, Leo Allan, Minyao Xie, Natasha Bishop, Cameron Harris, Jimmy Luo, Josiah Johnston, Cameron Mosheim
    Technique: 3D Animation
    Music: Leo Allan, Natasha Bishop, Jimmy Luo
    Production/School: Antony Thomas
    Dialogue language: No dialogue

    A flame sprite and a wood sprite show that friendship can win no matter the obstacles.

  29. Thoughts on Self Love 02:30
  30. Netherlands 2019
    Directed by: Romee van der Schoot
    Screenplay: Romee van der Schoot
    Animation: Romee van der Schoot
    Technique: 2D Animation
    Music: Max Gramser
    Production/School: Master Institute of Visual Cultures (AKV|St.Joost)
    Dialogue language: Dutch, English
    Subtitles language: English

    Thoughts on self love is an honest film based on interview audio about people reflect on the topic self love, with an underlying purpose to make aware and start a conversation.

  31. Nestor 05:59
  32. United Kingdom 2019
    Directed by: João Gonzalez
    Screenplay: João Gonzalez
    Production/School: Royal College of Art

    Nestor, a man with several obsessive-compulsive behaviours lives in an unstable houseboat which never stops oscillating.



  33. Twinless 06:20
  34. Israel 2019
    Directed by: Sapir Danan, Ronalee Israel
    Screenplay: Sapir Danan, Ronalee Israel
    Production/School: Sapir Danan, Ronalee Israel

    This is Millie's story, the story of a young woman dealing with the pain and loss that have tormented her since the prenatal death of her twin sister. On her birthday, Millie is drawn through her birthday cake into the depths of her memory. This journey exposes her maturation process in the shadow of the lost twin, her feeling towards this lost opportunity brought about by fate, and her contemplations of what could have been.



  35. The Fox of the Palmgrove / Panangaatu Nari 08:56
  36. India 2019
    Directed by: Divakar SK
    Screenplay: Divakar SK
    Dialogue language: English, German, Tamil

    A random television visual triggers the memories of an old man in which we go through a sequence of random events which summarizes his entire life.



  37. Beyond The Moon / 달을 넘어서 07:00
  38. Korea 2020
    Directed by: JIYONG HYONG, SEOYOUNG CHO
    Screenplay: JIYONG HYONG, SEOYOUNG CHO
    Animation: JIYONG HYONG, SEOYOUNG CHO
    Technique: CUT OUT
    Music: Vivaldi The Four Seasons Track4, Henryk Szeryng / Vivaldi / The Four Seasons Track8, Henryk Szeryng
    Production/School: KANGWON NATIONAL UNIVERSITY
    Dialogue language: Korean
    Subtitles language: ENGLISH

    Su-hyun wants to go to the star. But Gumdaeng wants Suhyun to reach the moon.

  39. Father / «Πατέρας» 03:44
  40. Australia 2019
    Directed by: Apollonia Xylouris
    Screenplay: Apollonia Xylouris
    Production/School: Apollonia Xylouris
    Dialogue language: Modern Greek (1453-)

    An animated short about a father's relationship with his daughter and their bond through music.



  41. One Slimy Story 04:39
  42. France 2020
    Directed by: Assile Blaibel
    Screenplay: Assile Blaibel
    Production/School: EMCA


  43. MicroAnimations 02:10
  44. United States of America 2019
    Directed by: Edward Morin


  45. Carded 03:47
  46. Not Specified 2019
    Directed by: Edward Morin



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