International Competition II

For adults
Short films
Competition screenings

The Flood Is Coming, Gabriel Böhmer, Wielka Brytania / UK, 2018, 9’03’’

A forest hermit tries to prepare for a flood, but he becomes distracted by his noisy neighbour - who happens to be the hermit's left eye. The movie explores the growing anxiety about the state of nature, and our place in it.

Rok / Year, Małgorzata Bosek-Serafińska, Polska / Poland, 2018, 11’44’’

A film dedicated to the memory of Marek Serafiński, director and producer of animated movies,  the author’s husband in private life.

Lidérc úr / Mr. Mare, Luca Tóth, Węgry, Francja / Hungary, France, 2019, 19’28’’

Love appears out of thin air like a tumor in the chest.

Dont Know What, Thomas Renoldner, Austria, 8’07’’

Entertainment cinema and video art merge into a new kind of film genre, which shifts between live action and animation. At the same time it can also be regarded as a musical composition.

Ahead, Ala Nunu Leszyńska, Wielka Brytania, Portugalia / UK, Portugal, 2019, 5’20’’

The fear of being overwhelmed by the outside world can almost litterally make you lose your head...

Castle, Ryotaro Miyajima, Japo,nia / Japan, 2019, 5’

During the period of the 'Provinces at war', many lives were lost. A castle architect discovers the possible role of a tea room as a place for warriors to regain humanity.

Tiivad / The Wings, Riho Unt, Estonia, 2020, 12’28’’

An eccentric inventor Jaan is about to fulfil his dreams of flying. However, it is Jaan's wife Liisa, who’s heading towards the horizon where dreams and reality meet.