ul. Oleandry 1, 30-060 Kraków
Large Screening Room
Running time: 10’
Prod.: Paul Wenninger, Kabinett & Co
Dir.: Paul Wenninger
Mus.: Nik Hummer, Michael Moser
In English, “trespass” means to intrude, but it could also be an unauthorized entry, or in legal jargon, a “domestic disturbance. This ten-minute real-animation film plays with all of these meanings in a technically impressive, varied, and precise tour de force.
DO SERCA TWEGO / TO THY HEART
Running time: 9’59’’
Dir.: Ewa Borysewicz
Mus.: Michał Augustyniak
And there He is. Dreamed of, prayed for, long awaited, hypnotic – He was handsome, had raven-black hair and stood by a swing. When he smiled, eyes would stand on end. Life with him was colourful – when he gave rein to his paranoia, she would do whatever he said.
Running time: 8’08’’
Prod.: Alireza Hashempour
Dir.: Alireza Hashempour
This is the story about an old man who suffers Alzheimer and lives with his dog. The film shows in a humorous way a day of the life of the two, when causes become consequences and vice versa.
Running time: 6’45’’
Prod.: Field Seven Films inc.
Dir.: George Ungar
Mus.: Normand Roger, Denis Chartrand, Pierre Yves Drapea
It is an experiment in extreme miniature drawing and non-narrative filmmaking.
NYUSZI ÉS ŐZ / RABBIT AND DEER
Running time: 16’45’’
Prod.: Moholy-Nagy University Of Art And Design
Dir.: Péter Vácz
Mus.: Máté Hámori
The friendship of Rabbit and Deer is put to the test by Deer’s new obsession to find the formula for the 3rd dimension.
Running time: 8’59’’
Prod.: Tama Art University Department of Graphic Design
Dir.: Ryoji Yamada
Mus.: Makoto Takahashi
The waiter felt the limit for the work which carries coffee for a petty visitor. Although the sad waiter who serves a visitor opened the store in quest of a dose suitable for himselves, he did not notice his own value.
A THING SO SMALL
Running time: 8’48’’
Prod.: Sapir College, School of Audio and Visual Arts
Dir.: Mizmor Watzman
Mus.: Alberto Shwartz
A Thing So Small is about life in the face of death and the struggle between childhood and adulthood. It takes the spectator into the internal world of a four-year-old girl who encounters death for the first time.
DER KLEINE VOGEL UND DAS BLATT / THE LITTLE BIRD AND THE LEAF
Running time: 4’
Prod.: Ruedi Schick
Dir.: Lena von Döhren
Mus.: Christof Steinmann
It’s winter. At the end of a branch hangs a single leaf. A little black bird comes along to water the leaf, but it falls off. The wind lifts the leaf and dances with it through the snowy wood. The little bird joins in, delighted. But the fiery red fox behind the tree is already licking his lips.
Running time: 8’
Prod.: Photon Films
Dir.: Michiel Wesselius
Mus.: Paleis van Boem
Everybody once had thoughts about their own death and what it will cause to our loved ones. Jorka portrays the aftermath of the process of loss. After a tragic accident of the protagonist, we see the departed coping with his demise.
ANIMO RESISTENTE / RESISTANT SOUL
KROT NA MORE / THE MOLE AT THE SEA
Running time: 5’
Prod.: Lyubov Gaidukova/School-Studio “SHAR”
Dir.: Anna Kadykova
Mus.: Alexey Chizhik
Mole who went to look for a beach of his dream but found a lot of asses and no free space.
Running time: 7’
Prod.: National Film Board of Canada, Marc Bertrand
Dir.: Theodore Ushev
Mus.: Olivier Calvert
Recycling elements of surrealism and cubism, focuses on the relationship between art and war. Propelled by the exalting “invasion” theme from Shostakovich’s Leningrad Symphony (No. 7), the film presents imagery of combat fronts and massacres, leading us from Dresden to Guernica, from the Spanish Civil War to Star Wars.