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Professional Competition 3

Friday 02/12/2022 17:00 - 19:00, Saturday 03/12/2022 05:00 - 07:00
Total Duration: 1:45:43

  1. The Egret River / 鷺鷥河 19:56 Taiwan 2022
    Directed: Wan-Ling Liu
    Screenplay: Wan-Ling Liu, Jett Chang
    Production: Care Chiu
    Dialogue Language: No Dialogue

    Among the tall buildings of the city, the lonely guard Dawei hides a beautiful field that no one knows, and meets an egret there; but the expansion of the city never stops, one day the field is destroyed, the egret escapes without a trace, Dawei begin to see mysterious illusions…

  2. Night 15:57 Palestine, State of 2021
    Directed: Ahmad Saleh
    Screenplay: Ahmad Saleh
    Production: Fabian Driehorst, Jessica Neubauer, Saleh Saleh
    Dialogue Language: Arabic

    The dust of war keeps the eyes sleepless. Night brings peace and sleep to all the people in the broken town. Only the eyes of the mother of the missing child stay resilient. Night has to trick her into sleeping to save her soul.

  3. Fobi 12:50 Iran, Islamic Republic of 2022
    Directed: Elham Aminian
    Screenplay: Elham Aminian
    Production: Elham Aminian
    Dialogue Language: No Dialogue

    Phobia and fear of a little girl named Fobi from spiderse who turns into an unknown love along the story . way This love is created because of the glass gifts made by the neighbor spider . In the end story Fobi's befriends the old artist spider and overcomes her fears.

  4. A Shaman's Tale 02:45 France 2022
    Directed: Jules Guérin
    Screenplay: Jules Guérin
    Production: Jules Guérin
    Dialogue Language: English

    A mystical journey of a powerful shaman from the deep jungle to the cosmos, based upon a very ancient Peruvian legend.

  5. ESTUARY 03:20 United States 2022
    Directed: Warren Bass
    Production: Warren Bass

    ESTUARY is a sparse, meditational animation with some of the values and attributes of a visual haiku. Its images are loosely based on the Chesapeake Bay at the mouth of the James River. As an experimental work expressed through forms in motion, ESTUARY treats hand-drawn animation as an analog to dance and poetry. Concept, animation, and graphics by Warren Bass. TRT 3:20.

  6. Ababá 03:00 Spain 2021
    Directed: Jon Calvo
    Screenplay: Jon Calvo
    Production: Jon Calvo
    Dialogue Language: Spanish

    The adventures of a little furry being to discover his mission in the world.

  7. robo99 / 로보99 11:45 Korea 2022
    Directed: SUNG CHEOL KIM
    Production: SUNG CHEOL KIM
    Dialogue Language: Korean

    Robo99, who lost his heart while helping the red bird Dodo, travels to a heart factory where no one has been to get a heart and achieve his dream. The story is the first episode Robo99 experiences on a trip.

  8. Neutral 06:01 Austria 2022
    Directed: Danielle Bouteille
    Screenplay: Danielle Bouteille
    Production: Danielle Bouteille
    Dialogue Language: German

    When United Earth is attacked by aliens, only Switzerland survives... is neutral.

  9. Pieceful day 06:00 France 2021
    Directed: Gabrielle Mouret
    Production: ISCID (Institut Supérieur Couleur Image Design)
    Dialogue Language: French

    Someone wake up somewhere and his carried away by his daily life.

  10. The Primitives 10:00 Belarus 2021
    Directed: Genadzi Buto
    Dialogue Language: English

    The complex life of simple figures

  11. My Father's Damn Camera! / Ta presneta ocetova kamera! 06:40 Slovenia 2021
    Directed: Milos Tomic
    Screenplay: Milos Tomic
    Animation: Milos Tomic, Aleksandar Petkovic
    Production: Mojca Pernat
    Dialogue Language: Slovenian

    A reckless boy in an almost desperate and therefore troublesome way persistently seeks the attention of his father – a photographer. Being confronted with his father’s artistic chaos and his obsessive fascination with photography-life, on his path of growing up these elements eventually become essential for strengthening their father-son bond. In a story that intertwines hand-drawn and stop animation in collage technique, the author takes his audience on a ride through the archive of Slovenian photographer Dragiša Modrinjak, and at the same time draws from personal experience as a filmmaker and father.

  12. Shakespeare for all Ages 02:42 Germany 2022
    Directed: Hannes Rall
    Screenplay: Hannes Rall
    Production: Hannes Rall
    Dialogue Language: No Dialogue

    Shakespeare's works are timeless - this film proves it! Awarded with the Seal of Approval"Highly Recommended" the highest distinction of the FBW, the German federal authority for evaluating and rating film and media. "How can you give the target and age group "smartphone" an overview of the work of this unique literary genius without getting bogged down in long-winded lectures on verse and drama theory? The filmmaker and artist Hannes Rall has turned this consideration into a very short and yet for that very reason so great animated film. (...) He succeeds in depicting the poet's most famous plays in an immediately recognisable way with individual images that flow dynamically into one another. A smart, entertaining and coherent Shakespeare homage in about 3 minutes."

  13. The Revenge Of Female Statues 05:12 Greece 2022
    Directed: Vanessa Ferle
    Music: Daphne Tsiouni
    Production: Vanessa Ferle
    Dialogue Language: English

    African-American, June Jordan, Poem About My Rights, Ancient Greece, Winged Victory of Samothrace, Venus de Milo, Small Herculaneum Woman, Japanese Traditions, Noh theater, are merged together to talk -from a feminine point of view- about universal and transgenerational inequalities, abuse, violations, and the resemblance of rape to war and invasions. In this work temporal space is ignored and various cultural elements of different times and places are retrieved to construct a storytelling on today’s issue of the respect of the other; whoever or whichever this other is. An issue of power, that matters to femininities, and all other humans or animals that happen to belong to minorities. An issue that has been present throughout history, in various forms and intensity, but is still not resolved.

Department of Audio & Visual Arts