EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH – Caroline Schwarz (Germany, 2017) 11’30”

  Facebook Two actors in four roles play and reflect upon the underlying focus of the film, namely: routine. In the process of modernity, people are involved less as individuals in conflicts, and more as representatives of a system. Using improvisation, this mockumentary develops its narrative through role- switching, interviews and an abstracted world in Read more about EMPLOYEE OF THE MONTH – Caroline Schwarz (Germany, 2017) 11’30”[…]

NICOLE’S CAGE – Josef Brandl (Germany, 2017) 15′

The big wheel in the most exciting area of the city is the perfect real estate for Jakob and Nicole, a young, ambitious and firmly in the event culture anchored couple. When one of the popular gondolas becomes free, they do not hesitate to move into their first common flat. Unfortunately none of them both Read more about NICOLE’S CAGE – Josef Brandl (Germany, 2017) 15′[…]

REMUE-MENINGES – BRAINSTORM – Christophe Clin (Belgium, 2017) 5’55”

  Website   What happens in our heads when we are about to meet someone on the street? Anguish, prejudice, expectation, surprise, disappointment … These few very brief moments are the nest of a real brainstorm!                       Director Biography – Christophe Clin 2009-2012: Graduated from ‘Institut Read more about REMUE-MENINGES – BRAINSTORM – Christophe Clin (Belgium, 2017) 5’55”[…]

I WANTED TO TELL YOU – Cohen Bacry (France, 2017) 15′

  Trailer A closed session, a man and a woman, will tell each other over the course of a whole evening, what they have not been able to express in five years of living together. How far can we take the incommunicability, which is growing day by day between two beings …   Director – Read more about I WANTED TO TELL YOU – Cohen Bacry (France, 2017) 15′[…]

ACCELERATE – Dian Weys (South Africa, 2017) 11’51”

  Website Two paramedics stare death in the face while attempting to save a patient’s life. (Based on real and current events in and around Cape Town.)         Director Biography  – Dian Weys (1991, Pretoria) studied BCom Law and English Honours at the University of the Free State and Honours in Film Read more about ACCELERATE – Dian Weys (South Africa, 2017) 11’51”[…]

ANALYSIS PARALYSIS – Anete Melece (Switzerland. 2016) 9’04”

  Website Facebook Anton’s head is bursting with thoughts. The gardener is seething with anger: who has trampled her flower beds? In the park Anton is looking for someone to play chess with. For someone who plays a better game than his dog. The gardener is looking for a mysterious serial vandal who has lost Read more about ANALYSIS PARALYSIS – Anete Melece (Switzerland. 2016) 9’04”[…]

DEADLY DRIVE-IN DISASTER – Arjan Wilschut (Netherlands, 2015) 2’30”

  Website   ‘Hip, snel, grappig, gevat.’ -director Eddy Terstall (Simon, Meet me in Venice) ‘Fast moving, very well made and hitting all the right buttons.’ -producer Jan Doense aka Mr Horror Sola Powers, special agent with Extraterrestrial Affairs, jumps into action when a drive-in- showing an alien invasion movie- is attacked by a real Read more about DEADLY DRIVE-IN DISASTER – Arjan Wilschut (Netherlands, 2015) 2’30”[…]

AIRPORT – Michaela Müller (Croatia, 2017) 10’35”

  Website Facebook In a modern day airport, the flow of passengers is broken by sudden irregularities. Security forces try to get to the cause of the disruption, the atmosphere turns menacing at the slightest anomaly. Tragedy and panic are always just one step away. The film explores the borders between the right to freedom Read more about AIRPORT – Michaela Müller (Croatia, 2017) 10’35”[…]

HYPERTRAIN – Fela Bellotto, Etienne Kompis (Switzerland, 2016) 3’35”

  Trailer On a train trip through spatial and temporal dimensions the traveller suddenly comes across himself. #cat         Fela Bellotto (1989) studied Animation at the University of Lucerne of applied Sciences and Arts in Switzerland. Hypertrain (2016) is her graduation film. Etienne Kompis (1993) studied Animation at the University of Lucerne Read more about HYPERTRAIN – Fela Bellotto, Etienne Kompis (Switzerland, 2016) 3’35”[…]