21st November (Thursday)
Małopolska Garden of Arts
Large Screening Room
In this third film of the series of Lotte films that children know and love, the spirited girl dog Lotte gets a little sister named Roosi. Karl the raccoon and Viktor the fish are scientists who come to Gadgetville. They are taking part in a big folk song collecting competition. Whoever succeeds in recording the folk song of the world’s oldest animal species, the mythical fire-breathing dragon, wins the competition’s grand prize. Lotte and Roosi decide to help the scientists. Exciting and unexpected adventures await the sisters.
A boy winds up lost on a mysterious island, inhabited only by a few animals and a giant who insistently pursues our hero. This boy's journey across a strange landscape gives rise to minimalist, evocative animated film, made entirely by Gints Zilbalodis and winner of one of the most important awards at the latest Annecy festival.
Europe in animation (II)
Portugalia - Portugal – Cinanima International Animated Film Festival in Espinho presents (63’)
Held for more than 40 years, the International Animated Film Festival in Espinho is one of the oldest industry events in the world. This time, on the request of the IFF Etiuda&Anima Organization Office, the festival presents a selection of the most interesting Portugese animations from recent years.
3rd Screening of ANIMA Competition (103’)
Self-Portraits of Animation Authors (I) – Igor Kovaljov
Special Guest – Igor Kovalyov
4th Screening of ANIMA Competition (89’)
Małopolska Garden of Arts
Small Screening Room
1st Screening of ETIUDA Competition – repetition (95’)
2nd Screening of ETIUDA Competition – repetition (104’)
Watch and buy me! Animated film series and toy industry
Led by: Konrad Sierzputowski
3rd Screening of ETIUDA Competition (103’)
Last film by the recently deceased artist. Photographer and film director about herself, autoportrait of one of French New Wave icons. In her work she combined social engagement, feminist message and love for formal experiments.Her best renowned films include Cléo from 5 to 7 (Cléo de 5 à 7), Happiness (Le Bonheur) and Vagabond (Sans toit ni loi) (Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 1985).
4th Screening of ETIUDA Competition (105’)
Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow
Plac Jana Matejki 13
Between the media (III)
Film Award or competition by the Wajda School and the Museum of Modern Art
The Ursus Factory used to be one of the major tractor production plants in Europe. Almost throughout the whole 20th century it was the pride of Polish industry. The fall of communism marked the beginning of its end. Today the Ursus assembly halls are empty or fall into ruin. Tens of thousands of biographies of people working there were consigned to the dustbin of history. The project was created as part of activities promoting experimental and srtstic film. The Film Award supports the innovativeness of form combined with radical artistic imagination and intelligence.
ul. Witolda Budryka 4
Animated etudes by students of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow and jazz variations by Tymon Tymański (35')
TYMON TYMAŃSKI YASSTET
This time Tymański returns to string bass and intimate jazz, his fascination from the time of his iconic group Miłość/Love. In his instrumental, sensorial explorations he is accomapnied by the Tri-city jazz scene musicians: the saxophonist Ireneusz Wojtczak, guitarist Marcin Gałązka, pianist Michal Wandzilak and drummer Jacek Prościński.
Upper Silesia, late 1990s. Piotr Łuszcz “The Magician” leaves the group Kaliber 44 due to artistic differences. Together with Wojciech ”Focus” Alszer and Sebastian ”Rahim” Salbert he creates a new group called Paktofonika.
After the screening meeting with Leszek Dawid and Łukasz Gutt – conversation about the making of “Broad Peak” – how it is to make a film at the altitude of 5600 meters above sea level.