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Short 3


Saturday 27/03/2021 17:00 - 19:00 - Athens Animfest 2021 Official Screening
Sunday 28/03/2021 05:00 - 07:00 - Athens Animfest 2021 Replay Screening
Total Duration: 01:57:14

  1. Ivet and Michuco / Ivet y Michuco 04:49
  2. Spain 2020
    Directed by: Juan Ignacio Meneu Oset
    Screenplay: Juan Ignacio Meneu Oset
    Production/School: Juan Ignacio Meneu Oset
    Dialogue language: Spanish

    Ivet is a 6-year-old girl, so she thing is already very old, or so she thinks at least. Ivet is dreamy and has an extraordinary imagination. She is always inventing new worlds and characters. She has a cat - well, it's stuffed puppet - and she calls her Michuco. Since she has no siblings, at home she always plays alone and fantasizes uncontrollably, causing complicated situations on more than one occasion.

  3. The Expected 14:30
  4. Sweden 2021
    Directed by: Carolina Sandvik
    Screenplay: Carolina Sandvik
    Animation: Carolina Sandvik
    Music: Markus Samnell

    A man finds his pregnant partner drained of all her blood in the tub. She is moved to the bedroom where she remains confined, unable to do anything but staring and blinking. The father-to-be anxiously moves around the flat until he decides to pour the blood from the tub into the couple’s aquarium, and shortly, something can be seen moving in there.

  5. Food Life Joy 03:30
  6. Japan 2020
    Directed by: Mari Miyazawa
    Screenplay: Mari Miyazawa
    Production/School: Mari Miyazawa

    Autumn is the harvest season. Grains of rice turn into onigiri and head toward the village, led by the sweetfish. Festive music from the Kagura could be heard while traversing various lands. Appreciation toward nature was shown during the Kagura until nightfall. After enjoying this Kagura to their hearts' content together with people, they head to the next harvest with a sense of reassurance.



  7. Bramley Bop 01:00
  8. United Kingdom 2020
    Directed by: Kate Anderson
    Dialogue language: No Dialogue

    Hats off to the great Bramley Apple.

  9. Mirage 01:00
  10. Not Specified 2020
    Directed by: Kate Anderson

    A 60 second escape, in collaboration with harpsichordist Satoko Doi-Luck, made when not being able to travel during the Coronavirus restrictions in 2020.



  11. Washing Machine / Pračka 05:02
  12. Czech Republic 2020
    Directed by: Alexandra Májová
    Screenplay: Alexandra Májová, Martin Máj
    Animation: Alexandra Májová
    Technique: 2D computer
    Music: no music
    Production/School: Alexandra Májová
    Dialogue language: no dialogue
    Subtitles language: no dialogue

    Wash and love.



  13. ME 13:00
  14. Spain 2020
    Directed by: Begoña Arostegui
    Screenplay: Fernando Franco
    Production/School: Fernando Franco
    Dialogue language: Spanish

    For our hero, every day looks the same. Or maybe they are too much alike: the same routines repeated over and over again. One day, a simple board that says "Park" will make everything shake.



  15. Banga 22:52
  16. Hungary 2020
    Directed by: LittnerBudapest
    Screenplay: LittnerBudapest
    Animation: Dorina Pap, Peter Makovi, Dora Illes, Fanni Fodor, Gyorgy Ligeti
    Technique: drawing and photos
    Music: Szabolcs Bognar
    Production/School: HumanRobot
    Dialogue language: English
    Subtitles language: english

    This fake documentary is on a special African ritual, "banga" which helps for a tribe to find water. The elit of the African country makes big profit on banga. This ritual becomes very popular in Europe and in America until something changes. And something also changes in the African country.



  17. Mex and the animals 08:22
  18. Canada 2020
    Directed by: Elisa Gleize
    Screenplay: Elisa Gleize
    Production/School: Elisa Gleize
    Dialogue language: French

    Mex and the animals could be the title of a children's book. How does a person grow up without animals? What imaginary world will we construct around them, and from what? The story is narrated by Mex, a melancholy cyborg who wanders through virtual space among images of different animals. These creatures are no more than rough virtual reconstructions of those that have long since disappeared, visibly still dominated and commodified. Mex's quest raises anthropological questions through a fictional story set in an unknown time. It belongs to a common fantasy world fuelled by eco-anxiety and portrays a 'post-animal' epoch through an individual who is nostalgic for these absent bodies.



  19. Lèvres bleues 08:18
  20. Canada 2020
    Directed by: Philippe Hamelin

    In making Lèvres bleues, Philippe Hamelin was interested in using computer-generated imagery as a reconstructive tool - in this case using it to reconstruct a lover's memory. The story comes from a collection of accounts told by strangers who the artist met on dating sites in 2008. The memory takes form through matter, objects, movement and the senses. In the animation, human mechanisms and machinery are placed in parallel while the apparatus of narrative mechanics are explored. There is a crossover between the human being's interior movement (its feelings) and its movement in space. The dramatic expectations too often linked to representations of love between two men are derailed.

  21. Scream For Ice 04:02
  22. Turkey 2021
    Directed by: Emir Aytemür
    Screenplay: Emir Aytemür
    Animation: Motionmatik
    Technique: Cell, 2D, 3D
    Music: -
    Production/School: Emir Aytemür
    Dialogue language: No dialogue
    Subtitles language: No dialogue

    The Sun shines, ice melts A polar bear on its own A child cries out ah! The haiku poem you read above is the core of the "Scream For Ice". And the narrative form of "Scream For Ice" is based on the traditional Japanese art of poetry, Haiku.



  23. Sense Nonsense 08:31
  24. India 2020
    Directed by: Harish Iyer
    Screenplay: Harish Iyer
    Animation: Harish Iyer
    Technique: Digital 2D
    Music: P S Jayhari
    Production/School: IDC School of Design
    Dialogue language: Malayalam
    Subtitles language: English

    Kicha is an atheist and is affiliated to the Communist Party in Kerala. He lives with his extremely devout grandmother. Under a single roof, these opposing ideologies are always at loggerheads. Unfortunately for Kicha, all hell breaks loose on an important day when he refuses to pay heed to his grandmother's warnings of ill omens. Does Kicha manage to overcome his misfortune! Artham Anartham is ideally an impartial look into two diametrically opposite beliefs. It is upto viewer to decide what makes sense and what is nonsense.

     
     
     


  25. Horacio 10:07
  26. France 2020
    Directed by: Caroline Cherrier
    Screenplay: Caroline Cherrier
    Production/School: Edwina Liard, Nidia Santiago
    Dialogue language: French

    Guillaume kills Horacio “because he was shouting too loud.” At his trial, the vacuity of the motive disconcerts. During his 10 years in prison, Guillaume gradually forgets this story which had convinced no one. When he gets out, someone starts shouting again…

     

    COURTESY OF ARTE



  27. Sheep, Wolf and a Cup of Tea... 12:11
  28. France 2019
    Directed by: Marion Lacourt
    Production/School: Edwina Liard, Nidia Santiago

    At night, while family members indulge in curious rituals before sleeping, a child invokes a wolf from the bottom of a box hidden under his bed. Disturbing sheep then besiege the door of his bedroom....

     

    Courtesy of Movistar+ and Les films du preau




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