Competition

ShortStudentGreekExperimental


Greek competition


Saturday 27/03/2021 15:00 - 17:00 - Athens Animfest 2021 Official Screening
Sunday 28/03/2021 03:00 - 05:00 - Athens Animfest 2021 Replay Screening
Total Duration: 01:25:39

  1. The Weel / Ο Τροχός 04:22
  2. Greece 2020
    Directed by: Yannis Stefanakis
    Screenplay: Υannis Stefanakis
    Animation: Vagggelis Sigalas - Yannis Stefanakis
    Technique: animation
    Music: Dimitris mathiopoulos
    Production/School: Neo Epipedo
    Dialogue language: ----
    Subtitles language: -----

    Although the glaciers keep melting, we still whistle without any interest. Forests are burned to be turned to pastures, factories and arbitrary buildings. The cities we live in are crushing us. We cannot breathe, but since habit is the greatest scam, we carry on with broken brakes driving off the cliff. Until technology has overtaken us



  3. Phoenix / Φοίνικας 03:00
  4. Greece 2020
    Directed by: Syed Hasan Abbas
    Screenplay: Daniel Nazari and Syed Hasan Abbas
    Animation: Syed Hasan Abbas
    Technique: hand-drawn animation, pencil animation, colored-pencil animation, 2d digital animation
    Music: Daniel Nazari
    Dialogue language: Greek
    Subtitles language: English

    According to tradition, Eve gives all animals to eat the fruit from the tree of knowledge. Phoenix is the only animal that resists and God honors him by making him immortal. He is only one male and therefore cannot reproduce.

  5. The Dream / Το Όνειρο 09:28
  6. Greece 2020
    Directed by: Manolis Kaloudas
    Screenplay: Manolis Kaloudas
    Animation: Manolis Kaloudas
    Technique: 3D, 2D
    Music: Manolis Kaloudas
    Production/School: Manolis Kaloudas


  7. Spirit World 01:25
  8. Greece 2020
    Directed by: Leonidas Adrianos


  9. Hens and Roosters 02:19
  10. Greece 2020
    Directed by: Michael Damalas
    Screenplay: Michael Damalas
    Animation: Michael Damalas
    Music: Klocka by Costas Philippou
    Subtitles language: English

    This scenery,takes place in an utopian enviroment.I tried to catch the daily events,through a strange conversation,between Hens,Roosters and people.If we consider how close everyday life is to this event, we might reconsider how non-utopian this scenario can be.

  11. Drifting through waves 02:08
  12. Greece 2020
    Directed by: Agisilaos Rompolas


  13. 59 Days 05:00
  14. Greece 2020
    Directed by: Zina Papadopoulou
    Production/School: Zina Papadopoulou
    Dialogue language: Modern Greek (1453-)

    Coronavirus. Staying Home. Three Kids. Stephanos 3 years old, Dionisis 5 years old and Sotiris 9 years old. They can't see their grandparents. They don't go to school. A diary. A small documentary.



  15. Cast-Outs / Στο Γύψο 15:00
  16. Greece 2020
    Directed by: Alexandros Romanos Lizardos, Akis Melachris
    Screenplay: Alexandros Romanos Lizardos, Giorgos Komiotis
    Animation: handmade
    Technique: 2D
    Music: Giorgos Sitotis
    Production/School: Aris Asimakopoulos
    Dialogue language: Modern Greek (1453-)
    Subtitles language: English, Spanish, Greek, French

    Through faulty handling that leads to the collapse of a penitentiary and mass escapes, newly appointed Jail-R suffers multiple fractures and loses his job. While convalescing, he is hired as a bank security guard. When the three masterminds behind the prison break hit the branch on his morning shift. Jail-R is called to rise to the occasion, with plaster cast and all.



  17. Great Expectations 05:15
  18. Greece 2020
    Directed by: Mariza Litina
    Screenplay: Mariza Litina
    Production/School: Mariza Litina
    Dialogue language: English

    A man and a woman meet on a dating website. The website watches and assists them through a small bird called «lovebird».



  19. Surge Persephone 07:28
  20. Greece 2019
    Directed by: Mirsini Chatzigeorgiou
    Screenplay: Mirsini Chatzigeorgiou
    Production/School: Mirsini Chatzigeorgiou

    Surge Persephone, video art, using facts of modern reality which raise societal concerns, as well as the archetype formulas that appear in legends and epic poetry, presents a symbolic internal journey to the Individuation process as feature by Carl Jung. Dante’s adventure through Divine’s Comedy Inferno, Purgatory and Paradise and A. Rodin’s well known sculpture, were the foundations on which basic concepts of the artwork were based and developed. The 3d modeling techniques and photogrammetry used for the construction of figures, space and items of the video contributed to the creation of an original digital world which moves between fantasy and reality, utopia and dystopia. SURGE PERSEPHONE means Rise Up Persephone.



  21. Circus 03:19
  22. Greece 2020
    Directed by: John Katehis
    Screenplay: John Katehis, Orfeas Antoulinakis
    Animation: John Katehis, Orfeas Antoulinakis
    Technique: Digital, 3D Animaiton
    Music: Boombamontana
    Production/School: Manos Theofilou (Kiwi Records), Spartakos Tsakopiakos (Crystal View Productions)
    Dialogue language: English

    Starring Boombamontana, the musical masked duo into a circus extravaganza, with their colorful animated friends.



  23. CoronaViolence 06:25
  24. Greece 2020
    Directed by: Alexia Tsouni
    Screenplay: Alexia Tsouni
    Animation: yes
    Technique: stop-motion
    Music: Stefan Kartenberg
    Production/School: FemArtAct
    Dialogue language: Modern Greek (1453-)
    Subtitles language: english, french, italian, spanish, portuguese

    During the COVID-19 lockdown, an immigrant woman, along with her minor children and witnesses, resorts to the Police Station to report domestic violence. She is expelled, under the pretext, among others, of the coronavirus. Unfortunately, true story, happened in Athens in March 2020. Fortunately, solidarity had the last word.



  25. Immortality / Αθανασία 20:30
  26. Greece 2020
    Directed by: Nikoletta Chouchouli
    Screenplay: Nikoletta Chouchouli
    Animation: Nikoletta Chouchouli
    Technique: cutout, stop-motion
    Music: Dimitrios Mantzirakis
    Production/School: Nikoletta Chouchouli/New York College, Athens
    Dialogue language: Modern Greek (1453-)
    Subtitles language: English

    The Greek writer Gregorios Xenopoulos recollects a special day in his childhood when he met a beautiful young woman named Athanasia, while spending his days in his aunt’s house. That woman was meant to stay in his mind forever and serve as his muse.




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