International Competition I

For adults
Competition screenings
Short films

Goderdzi, reż./dir. Petre Tomadze, Gruzja / Georgia, 2018, 6’56”

Cemetery. Hot noon. A grave digger is falling in love with a widow while digging the grave for her husband.

Água Mole / Drop by Drop, reż./dir. Laura Gonçalves & Xá (Alexandra Ramires), Portugalia / Portugal, 2017, 9’15”

The last habitants of a village refuse to let themselves sink into oblivion. In a world where the idea of progress appears to be above all, this home floats.

Biciklisti / Cyclists, reż./dir. Veljko Popovic, Chorwacja, Francja / Croatia, France / 2018, 7’20”

It is the final race of the season, and two cyclists compete not only for the trophy, but also the affection of a lady. Meanwhile, the town prepares for the arrival of an ocean liner. This animated short is a comedy capturing the spirit of a small Mediterranean town.

Nie masz dystansu / You Are Overreacting, reż./dir. Karina Paciorkowska, Polska / Poland, 2017, 3’57”

You Are Overreacting is a hand-drawn animation asking questions about the place of women in today’s world. The film is inspired by everyday life, statements of public figures, and the media.

Piat minut do moria / Five Minutes to the Sea, reż./dir. Natalia Mirzoyan, Rosja / Russia, 2018, 7’07”

A girl takes a break before swimming. She’s watching an elderly couple very slowly trying to reach the sea.

Yal va Koopal  / Maned & Macho, reż./dir. Shiva Sadegh Asadi, Iran, 2017, 10’49”

A young girl’s repressed emotions turn into animals that come out of her dreams. No one in her family can see them.


25/25, reż./dir. kinoMANUAL (Aga Jarząb, Maciek Bączyk), Polska / Poland, 2018, 4’20”

Referring to the tradition of numbering subsequent graphic prints, the title also means the movie sequence was drawn on "25 frames per second". Drawings, containing huge numbers of micro-actions, differ from previous ones in minute details. The soundtrack combines field recording with electronic music.


Grand Bassin, reż./dir. Héloïse Courtois, Chloé Plat, Victori Jalabert, Adèle Raigneau, Francja / France, 2018, 6’37

An afternoon at the swimming pool.


Muzicke traume / Musical Traumas, reż./dir. Miloš Tomić, Serbia, 2018, 10’26”

Musical Traumas is the result of an obsession with music schools, a compilation of traumatic, but amusing confessions of former students, as well as an attempt to visualize music with hand-drawn animation.

פעם הבאת לי פרחים / You Used to Bring Me Flowers, reż./dir. Nofar Schweitzer, Izrael / Israel, 2018, 4’44”

A man keeps stealing flowers. His gaze can penetrate homes. To impress a lady, he collects flowers from the whole city and makes a bouquet.