23rd November (Saturday)
Małopolska Garden of Arts
Large Screening Room
Do you have a project? Present it with a smile (2nd part)
Led by: Anna Szczerbińska
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.
Finale of two projects: Animating books! and Cooking on the screen Screenings of films which are parts of projects made by the Etiuda&Anima Foundation throughout a year. Special guests will be workshop teachers as well as children and teens taking part in the workshops. 1.30 p.m.
Europe in animation (IV)
Croatia – Bonobostudio presents (76’)
Special Guest – Ivana Bošnjak
Presentation of animations produced and selected by the famous Croatian Bonobostudio.
It is an animated adaptation of a bestselling novel by an Algerian writer Mohammed Moulessehoul ( publishing under the name of Yasmin Khadr). The film was presented in Un Certain Regard section of this year’s Cannes International Film Festival. The plot of the film takes place in summer of 1998 in the capital of Afghanistan, soon after the Talib fundamentalists came to power there. This is tragic story about enslavement narrated in a poetic manner with the use of uniquely beautiful images in pastel colors make The Swallows of Kabul a film which stirs emotions and leaves a long lasting impression.
Special Guest – Mario Sesti
Documentary, which had its premiere during this year`s Cannes festival, presents the last interview Sesti made with Bertolucii. It took place short before the director`s death, and even though it was planned as part of a series devoted to film professions, it became a symbolic farewll to him.
THE CLOSING CEREMONY OF THE FESTIVAL
Presentation of the awards and screening of films awarded in ETIUDA, ANIMA competitions
Małopolska Garden of Arts
Small Screening Room
1st Screening of ANIMA Competition – repetition (86’)
2nd Screening of ANIMA Competition – repetition (94’)
3rd Screening of ANIMA Competition – repetition (103’)
Myriam Prongue – in memoriam (72')
Special Guests – Jerzy Kucia, Frank Braun, Urszula Kropiwiec
Interactivity at Aardman
Special Guest – Neil Pymer
Special Guest – Chris Hunt
Two years before Zeffirelli`s death Chris Hunt, a BritishTV producer, visited the director in his home in Rome and at the opening of his foundation in Florence, where he had the chance to talk to him numerous times, get to know his close collaborators and his artistic archive, which led to the creation of this compelling documentary, now the director`s epithph.