Avstrija, 2013, dcp, 0:23
In the transmission of typeface through exposure onto the carrier medium of film and printing plate, inaccuracies and fuzziness are rendered discretely visible. The animation makes reference to this exposure technology, uses film as its transport medium and the light for the illustration, thus, in its very own way also stands as homage to the cinematographic reproduction technology.
Madžarska, 2012, 35mm, 19:50
Some things are best kept secret and should stay hidden forever. A chalk animation based on Ambrose Bierce’s short story; a thriller telling the modernized version of a timeless tale of greed and obsession with dark humour, for a contemporary audience.
In a dark forest on top of a stone tower lives a small chick, Prince Ki-Ki-Do, a fearless fighter for the rights of forest inhabitants. One day, his morning tea is interrupted by a desperate cry. Ki-Ki-Do and his friends, tiger mosquitoes Tine and Bine, rush in to help. The wanton sow Rosalia is romping through the forest, toppling little mushrooms. Quick as a wink, the party manages to save all hundred of them.
Italija, 2012, hd, 9:11
The story of a little trip between planets. A boy and a girl start to play and then are overwhelmed by the rules of the universe.
Grotesque animation with no dialogue about Bubu, a huge, simple-minded, sturdy fish market worker, slavishly in love with his colleague, the seemingly fragile but strong-minded Angela. One day, a muscular, attractive stranger, the handsome Tulip turns up at the busy fish market to dishevel the couple’s bizarre harmony.
A story about lost and found, people and buttons, and the invisible yarns that connects them.
More stupid than Teletubbies, more absurd than Sponge Bob, happier than Barbie – Brainless Rabbits represent the most perfect stage of evolution so far. They can be identified by a hole in the head where the brain should be located, by the intense pink colour and frantic eyes. Their intelligence does not interfere with anything because its quotient is the lowest ever measured. Rabbits are happy
Fish Boy is a teenager facing the challenges of growing up. His problems are especially severe as he is different from all others: He is half boy, half fish. His drama is set against the background of a seemingly idyllic fishing village, where his father wants to teach him how to become a fisherman.