22nd November (Friday)
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 (III)
Estonia - Eesti Joonisfilm presents (66’)
Special Guests – Lucija Mrzljak, Morten Tšinakov
Screening of the films by the most famous Estonian animation producer.
5th Screening of ANIMA Competition (89’)
Self-Portraits of Animation Authors (II) – Izabela Plucińska
Special Guest – Izabela Plucińska
6th Screening of ANIMA Competition (89’)
Ruben Brandt, a famous psychotherapist, suffers from nightmares. In order to prevent them, he is forced to steal 13 painted masterpieces from some of the most prestigious museums and private collections. Together with four of his patients he succeeds in robbing the Louvre, Tate, Uffizi, MOMA… An animated crime story making references to the greatest achievements in the genre. It is a tribute to the 20th century cinema ranging Griffith and Einstein to Wenders and Tarantino. The film was granted the audience award at Animator Festival 2019 in Poznań.
Małopolska Garden of Arts
Small Screening Room
Do you have a project? Present it with a smile (1st part)
Led by: Anna Szczerbińska
Can a commercial be a film etude? Or how to tell a story with a brand in the background
Papaya Young Directors Workshops 2019
Led by: Marta Frączek
IAM presents # Polish Icons
Led by: Grzegorz Skorupski
5th Screening of ETIUDA Competition (105’)
CEE Animation Talents 2019 (69’)
6th Screening of ETIUDA Competition (99’)
Mirosław Kijowicz – two anniversaries: 1929 – 1999 (68')
On the occasion of the double anniversary of Mirosław Kijowicz we remind films belonging to the reflective and philosophical trend of the Polish school of animation.
ul. Rajska 12
Meeting with Heliograf
New challenges, new ideas, new time