YELLOW – Ivana Sebestova (Slovakia, 2017) 6’45’’

Yellow is a short animated film telling metaphoric story of young opera singer Viola. Scared of everything yellow, sunny and spontaneous she hides herself in sad violet shadows. Will she find her way to happiness?       Director Biography – Ivana Sebestova Ivana Šebestová graduated from animated film at the Academy of Performing Arts Read more about YELLOW – Ivana Sebestova (Slovakia, 2017) 6’45’’[…]

MARFA – Greg Mcleod (United Kingdom, 2017) 8’33’’

A town on the borderlands of Texas. A place out of time. A desert where strange lights dance in the night sky. A mecca for lovers of minimalist art. A landscape of lost horses, freaks and food trucks. And then there’s the giant lemon.     Sundance Film Festival, Edinburgh International Film Festival, Tampere Film Festival, Animation Day Read more about MARFA – Greg Mcleod (United Kingdom, 2017) 8’33’’[…]

ARE YOU VOLLEYBALL?! – Mohammad Bakhshi (Islamic Republic of Iran) 15’

A group of Arabian spoken asylum seekers arrive to an English spoken country border and can’t keep going. They conflict with border soldiers everyday till a deaf-mute baby becomes a catalyst for better communication between two groups.       Director Biography – Mohammad Bakhshi Mohammad Bakhshi (Rafsanjan, IRAN, 1987) became interested in cinema in Read more about ARE YOU VOLLEYBALL?! – Mohammad Bakhshi (Islamic Republic of Iran) 15’[…]

VIRGO – Vlad Săcăleanu, Lise Hendrix (Romania, 2018) 30’

Virgo explores one of the most unique biodiversity ecosystems in Europe, which happens to be breathing in Romania. However, its forests are threatened by illegal deforestation and lack of conservation awareness. Being the unconventional documentary that it is, Virgo invites you to experience a non-verbal-visual meditation through various forms of relief. A green manifesto for Read more about VIRGO – Vlad Săcăleanu, Lise Hendrix (Romania, 2018) 30’[…]

EXPEND – Bismark Fernandes (United States, 2018) 3’50’’

A stop-motion film about a man’s endless hunt for elusive energy sources in a decaying world.     SCAD Animation Graduation Showcase Awards – Gold Award, Berlin Flash Film Festival – Best Super Short Animation/ Stop Motion, Aphrodite Film Awards – Best Animation Short, and more…   Director Biography – Bismark Fernandes Bismark Fernandes is a stop-motion filmmaker and designer Read more about EXPEND – Bismark Fernandes (United States, 2018) 3’50’’[…]

MAY DAY – Olivier Magis, Fedrik De Beul (Belgium, 2017) 21’

In Thierry’s living room, several people have gathered. None of them know each other but they are all there to try and fulfil the same dream. They want to find a job… and quickly. But we’re in Brussels, so nothing goes quite as planned.       Director Biography – Olivier Magis, Fedrik De Beul Read more about MAY DAY – Olivier Magis, Fedrik De Beul (Belgium, 2017) 21’[…]

A CHINESE LEGAL CASE – Yanan Jia (China, 2018) 24’10’’

A Chinese legal case is a stop-motion animation.It rearranged from the classical novels of chivalrous cases in the Qing Dynasty,The Detective Chivalrous Story,chapter Five-Black pot complaint, Biegu litigation.It’s about a crime story that it happened in the Song dynasty of China.This film has added some different art forms, like traditional Chinese operas, stage plays, modern Read more about A CHINESE LEGAL CASE – Yanan Jia (China, 2018) 24’10’’[…]

DEAD ANIMALS – David Oesch & Remo Rickenbacher (Switzerland, 2018) 10’

With a heavy heart a man brings his dead cat to the animal carcass disposal. When a mysterious taxidermist gives him her business card he is intrigued to find out if the death of his pet might be just the beginning.     54. Solothurner Filmtage, Imagine Film Festival 2019, Kurzsuechtig – Jury Award / Public Award   Read more about DEAD ANIMALS – David Oesch & Remo Rickenbacher (Switzerland, 2018) 10’[…]

ICARUS – Nicolas Boucart (Belgium, 2018) 26’

At the start of the 20th Century, on a tiny island topped with steep cliffs, there lives an isolated man. Despite the huge developments in modern aviation, this inventor is obsessed with achieving his dearest dream: to fly using nothing but his arms. For him, only a pure, light, innocent soul is capable of such Read more about ICARUS – Nicolas Boucart (Belgium, 2018) 26’[…]

CHRONOSYNC – Sofia Laszlovszky (Hungary, 2018) 7’34’’

The story is based on observations on the changing worldview of mankind and shows the weird connection between different cultures through time and their worldview. All the scenes contain associations on myths, legends and scientific facts, which were in their time believed and known as reality. So the eternal urge to explain where we came Read more about CHRONOSYNC – Sofia Laszlovszky (Hungary, 2018) 7’34’’[…]