We have reached the halfway point of the festival’s marathone. There are still three eventful days ahead of us. We want to introduce you to the Thursday’s diverse programme. At the Kijów Centrum cinema, we will show you two screenings of ten short films by Jan Švankmajer, chosen by Bogusław Zmudziński – the artistic director of the Etiuda&Anima festival. The second part of the “Self-Portraits of Animation Authors” series, will be held by Steven Woloshen – a Canadian film animator who uses drawn-on-film animation technique. As the part of the “Between the Media” series, we invite you to attend the meeting, hosted by Virgil Widrich from Austria – a director of the Academy-nominated short film “Copy Shop”. We will also show you two full-length animations: “Another Day of Life” by Damian Nenow and Raúl de la Fuente, based on the Ryszard Kapuściński’s reporting, and “Laika”, the latest film by Aurel Klimta, about the most famous dog in the world. Today, our young audience, can watch a Brazilian animation “Tito and the Birds”, and “Jacek i Placek” – a well-known cartoon film with the Lady Punk music. Come to the Małopolska Garden of Art for the Etiuda&Anima competition screenings, and for the ANIMA.PL competition, which ends today. This will also be the last stage of the sentimental journey with the student films awarded on the occasion of our 25th anniversary. As for other events this day, we will show you the documentary, “Oratorio for Prague Seven Days to Remember” (1968), by Jan Nĕmec. You can also participate in the legal workshops “From an etude to a feature, or about a film debut”, and attend the lecture “Listening to a hologram? Animated music bands”.
Frame from animation “Dimensions of Dialogue”, dir. Jan Švankmajer
THE SELECTED EVENTS:
Al. Krasińskiego 34
5/10 – the first five short films by Jan Švankmajer (70’)
– J.S. Bach: Fantasia G-Moll | Fantazia g-Moll J.S. Bacha, reż.|dir.: Jan Švankmajer, CSSR 1965, 10’
– Zahrada | Ogród | The Garden, reż.|dir.: Jan Švankmajer, CSSR 1968, 16’
– Byt | Dom | The Flat, reż.|dir.: Jan Švankmajer, CSSR 1968, 13’
– Piknik s Weissmanem | Piknik z Weissmannem | Picknick with Weissmann, reż.|dir.: Jan Švankmajer, CSSR 1869, 10’41’’
– Tichý týden v domě | Cichy tydzień w domu | A quite week in the House, reż.|dir.: Jan Švankmajer, CSSR, 1969, 20’
5/10 – the second five short films by Jan Švankmajer (63’)
– Možnosti dialogu | Możliwości dialogu | Dimensions of Dialogue, reż.|dir.: Jan Švankmajer, CSSR 1982, 14’
– Do pivnice | Do piwnicy | Down to the Cellar, reż.|dir.: Jan Švankmajer, CSSR 1983, 15’
– Tma-Světlo-Tma | Ciemno-jasno-ciemno | Darkness-Light-Darkness, reż.|dir.: Jan Švankmajer, prod.: Krátký Film Praha, CSSR 1989, 7’31’’
– Konec Stalinismu v Čechách | Koniec Stalinizmu w Czechach | The Death of Stalinism in Bohemia, reż.|dir.: Jan Švankmajer, CSSR, 1990, 9’
– Jídlo | Jedzenie | Food, reż.|dir.: Jan Švankmajer, CZ 1992, 17’
„Another Day of Life”
dir. Damian Nenow, Raúl de la Fuente, PL/E/D/BE/HU 2018, 85’
This is a gripping story of a three-month-long trip that renowned reporter Ryszard Kapuściński took across Angola ravaged by a war in which the front lines shifted like a kaleidoscope from one day to the next. This feature animated film is based on Ryszard Kapuściński’s book “Another Day of Life” (1976). It includes the author’s experiences and thoughts from the beginning (1974-1975) of the conflict, which has ended in 2002. The animation, directed by Damian Nenow and Raúl de la Fuente, premiered at this year’s Cannes film festiwal.
dir. Aurel Klimt, CZ 2017, 88’
Special Guest – Aurel Klimt
This is an animated science fiction comedy film. It is inspired by Soviet space dog Laika. Life is not easy for Laika, a dog on the outskirts of a big Russian city. She is caught and forcibly retrained to become a pioneer in astronautics. Soon after her lift-off into space, a number of animals follow that are hurriedly launched from Houston and Baikonur. Laika, the famous canine pioneer, lives! A small planet on the outskirts of the galaxy has become the new home of the animals we sent into space and lost forever.
„Tito and the Birds”
dir. Gustavo Steinberg, Gabriel Bitar, André Catoto, BR 2018, 73’
Polish lector • age category 8+
Tito is a shy 10-year old boy who lives with his mother. One day there is an outbreak of an epidemy in which people start to get sick if they are suddenly scared. Tito quickly discovers that the cure is somehow related to his father’s research.
„Jacek i Placek”
dir. Leszek Marek Gałysz, muz. Jan Borysewicz, PL 1992, 72’
age category 4+
The most renowned feature animated film by the recently deceased Leszek Gałysz, author of well-known and highly valued animated series for children. The twin brothers Jacek and Placek were born in a little town of Zapiecek. The boys were reluctant to work and dreamt of finding a place where they wouldn’t have to do any work at all. One day they decide to escape the town and look for such a land. During their long journey the twins have lots of various adventures.
MALOPOLSKA GARDEN OF ART
ul. Rajska 12
Self-Portraits of Animation Authors – Peter Woloshen
Special Guest – Peter Woloshen
– Ditty Dot Comma | Rymowanka o Kropce i Przecinku, reż.|dir.: Steven Woloshen, CA 2001, 3’
– Snip | Skrawek, reż.|dir.: Steven Woloshen, CA 2004, 1’30’’
– Father Knows Father Best | Ojciec wie najlepiej, reż.|dir.: Steven Woloshen, CA 2018, 5’51’’
– Playtime | Przerwa, reż.|dir.: Steven Woloshen, CA 2009, 2’44’’ an
– Changing Evan | Zmieniająca się Evan, reż.|dir.: Steven Woloshen, CA 2006, 1’15’’
– The Babble On Palms | Paplanina, reż.|dir.: Steven Woloshen, CA 2002, 4’
– National Tapestry | Narodowy Gobelin, reż.|dir.: Steven Woloshen, CA 2015, 2’
– Rebuttal | Replika, reż.|dir.: Steven Woloshen, CA 2005, 2’
– Fiesta Brava, reż.|dir.: Steven Woloshen, CA2011, 3’30
– Cameras Take Five | Filmowy Take Five, reż.|dir.: Steven Woloshen, CA 2003, 3’
From an etude to a feature, or about a film debut – legal workshops
Led by: Attorney Marcin Lassota
22nd November (Thursday), 1 p.m.
MOS – Small Screening Room
Listening to a hologram – Animated music bands
Led by: Konrad Sierzputowski
22nd November (Thursday), 2.30 p.m.
MOS – Small Screening Room
JAN MATEJKO ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS IN KRAKOW
Plac Matejki 13
Beetwen the media (II) – Virgil Widrich
Special Guest – Virgil Widrich
– Copy Shop | Punkt ksero, reż.|dir.: Virgil Widrich, A 2001, 12’
– Fast Film | Szybki film, reż.|dir.: Virgil Widrich, A 2003, 14’
– Back Track | Cofanie, reż.|dir.: Virgil Widrich, A 2015, 7’
– Vienna Table Trip | Wiedeńska wycieczka po stolikach kawowych, reż.|dir.: Virgil Widrich, A 2016, 1’22”
– Nena&Dave Stewart: “Be my Rebel“, reż.|dir.: Virgil Widrich, A 2018, 3’48”
– make/real | urzeczywistniać/urzeczywistnienie, reż.|dir.: Virgil Widrich, A 2010, 5’
– Warning triangle | Trójkąt ostrzegawczy, reż.|dir.: Virgil Widrich, A 2011, 6’
22nd (November), 5.30 p.m.
ASP – assembly hall
An exhibition presenting two installations by young Austrian artists: Solmaz Farhang, Margit Busch and Monica C. LoCascio – students of prof. Virgil Widrich. The exhibition supplements the cycle of international meetings with artists called ”Between the media”.