/4.00 p.m. – 20 years of the IFF Etiuda&Anima: Grand Prix – Golden Dinosaur

4.00 p.m. – 20 years of the IFF Etiuda&Anima: Grand Prix – Golden Dinosaur

25/11/2013, godz. 16:00, Małopolski Ogród Sztuki

20 years of the International Film Festival Etiuda&Anima

The main competition of the festival, organized since the first edition of the Etiuda International Film Festival comprises exclusively short films made within the didactic processes in film and artistic schools. Between 1994 – 2004, all kinds of short films were present: features, documentaries, animations and experimental short films. In the first period, that is between 1994 – 2002, short film competitions were organized every two years, in odd years. Since 2003, the short film competition has been organized annually, and starting from 2005, since a separate animation competition was introduced, the competition comprises short feature, documentary and experimental films. Animated short films take part in the second competition of the festival, together with other animations. We present all winners of the Golden Dinosaur Grand Prix of the ETIUDA competition in three screenings. The third screening is devoted solely to films made in the Łódź Film School, the most often Grand Prix awarded film school of the festival, and this year considered the best film school of the 20 years of the festival Etiuda&Anima.

The ETIUDA competition
Golden Dinosaur Grand Prix – 1994 – 2012 (except the prizes won by the Łódź Film School)

E 1994

V TICHU POKOJE / W CISZY POKOJU / IN SILENCE OF THE ROOM, reż./dir. Andrej Žumbergar, FAMU, Czechy/Czech Republic 1992, fab./fiction., 7’

A film inspired by the famous painting Death by Edward Munch.

h4>E 1998

ČREPINJICE / ZAŁAMANIA / BREAKDOWNS, reż./dir. Janez Lapajne, zdj. / phot. Valentin Perko, AGRFT Ljubljana, Słowenia/Slovenia 1997, fab./fiction, 15’50’’

Breakdowns is a unique film suite about love. Protagonists and their relationships join together and create fantastically interwoven novellas.

E 2002

CZŁOWIEK MAGNES / THE MAGNET MAN, reż./dir. Marcin Wrona, WRiTv Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, Katowice, Polska/Poland 2000, fab./fiction, 19’36’’

A story inspired by the director`s childhood memories. His father, as a practitioner of alternative medicine, magnetizer and chiropractor starts to treat people with much success. He starts to consider his gift a mission, but neglects his own family at the same time. At first the film was planned as a documentary, but because of his family and friends the author decided to add fiction to the story and thus create an audio-visual collage made from animation, photos and television archive materials.

E 2003

Z ULICE / Z ULICY / FROM THE STREET, reż./dir. Stano Petrov, VŠMU, Bratysława, Słowacja/Slovakia 2003, fab./fiction, 8’

Made in a documentary convention, a story about human indifference. In the street lies a man in blood. No passer-by pays any attention to him, even when an ambulance arrives to collect the body. A film inspired by the famous photograph by Henri Cartier-Bresson.

E 2004

BACKSEAT BINGO / BINGO, reż./dir. Liz Blazer, muz./mus. Gordy Haab, Kyle Newmaster, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA 2003, anim., 6’

An animated documentary about an elderly people`s love affair.

E&A 2006

A TOUCH OF SADNESS / SMUTNO, reż./dir. Nicola Mills, zdj./phot. Bjørn Stale Bratberg, NFTS Beaconsfield, Wielka Brytania/UK 2005, fab./fiction, 20’

Having broken up with her boyfriend, a young girl comes back to her father to discover that she feels more than she should.

E&A 2007

RADIOAKCJA, reż./dir., scen/script Tomasz Jurkiewicz, zdj./phot.Tomasz Woźniczka, muz./music Vlad Kuryluk, WRiTv Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, Katowice, Polska/Poland 2007,dok./ doc., 30’

Two young disabled men, Paweł and Grzegorz, decide to launch a new radio station for young people. They want to get a grant from the European Union. In order to fulfill their dream, they need to overcome many unexpected obstacles. It will also be a test of their friendship.

2nd screening
26/11/2013, 4.00 p.m., Małopolski Ogród Sztuki