European Young Talents Competition
A child recognizes the erotic relationship between parents. Curious but overwhelmed, the child takes control.
A hand-drawn animation that attempts to ask questions about the place of women in the modern reality. The film is (unfortunately) inspired by everyday life, statements of public figures, and the media.
Shaun doesn’t fit in. It’s not that he wants to be alone but, somehow, he always feels separate and isolated from the confident, happy world around him. Whilst waiting for his parents in a busy pub, Shaun struggles valiantly to join in with the admirably happy people in the crowd, but the more he tries, the more he goes awry. As everything in the pub goes from bad to worse, Shaun finds himself confronted by the painful memories that made him who he is.
The gypsies keep going, clutching tier guitars, despite the cold and the crows.
While having an exciting summer swim and diving one after another in the water at the foot of a cliff, the main character is unexpectedly separated from the rest of his group of friends by an unsurpassable edge of the cliff and amplified experience. An animation inspired by the phenomenon of acrophobia, fear of heights.
Three perceptions of one moment – hers, his and ours.
Mourning the death of his son, a father is tortured by the trauma of guilt, manifested in the minutiae of his everyday surroundings.
A pulsating, noisy chorus of blurry images that should – if “the machine” works – trigger reflection and produce consistent bulks of memories.
Češka, 2017-18, hd, 3:52
Eternity: Things happening repeatedly in life 1) Birth – The beginning of everything; 2) Development – As roots grow, and humans grow from the mother nature; 3) Violence – Domestic and worldwide; 4) Power of Pyramid – It is somehow still left in life; 5) Lightness and Heaviness; 6) Imagination – Experience, knowledge, consciousness and unconsciousness, dreams; 7) Emotions – Happiness, anger, sadness, and depression.
Two young art grads are very determined to throw themselves into the art world and to be successful. But not everything goes as planned... Fortunately there’s always grandma.
A deeply personal story about the disillusionment coming with the loss of a close one. This short film positions the universally cyclical nature of human experience as being interwoven with the intensely personal process of coming to terms with loss. The naive style of drawing and narration serves the thematic return to, and archiving of, childhood memories that otherwise remain fragmented and ineffable.
Sara, a young girl, walks into a hospital. At the reception desk, she is sent to the waiting room. She waits for the doctor. When he appears, he ignores her and closes the door on her. Another patient enters the waiting room. He has a visible affliction, unlike Sara. He has a head wound, with stuffing leaking out like an old teddy bear. The doctor invites him into his office instead of Sara.
Beware! Bicycles are back in town!
Four friends gather, four minds scatter.
A non-narrative animated ﬁlm based on a lyrical poem created by the synthesis of director’s diary notes. Countless symbols and visual metaphors, along with the original atmospheric music by Frederic Robinson, create a story rich with interpretations about a woman who transforms her disheartenment within a ﬂuid spacetime.