YANA
UGREKHELIDZE

ARMED LULLABY

Germany | 2019 | 9’

In order to escape the ethnical massacre four different children are leaving their home town each in different ways - with last train, last ship, last plane and walking over the snow-covered mountains. The point of destination is unknown. The only goal is to survive.

MARIE
CHALANDRE

BEAST

France | 2018 | 7’

A man, a beach, a hut, and a sea. He waits for the one who already came, who will not come anymore. He devoured her with his bestial love. Colors dance on his body, drawing the memory of a passion.

GUILHERME AFONSO
MIGUEL MADAÍL DE FREITAS

DON’T FEED THESE ANIMALS

Portugal | 2019 | 10’

Once upon a time there was a lobotomised bunny who lived in a research laboratory. He had bi-polar personality disorder, triggered by his huge appetite for carrots. One day the bunny brings a carrot to life by accident but also creates something evil. Now both carrot and bunny must surpass their differences and join forces, so that together they may end this threat.

BASIL
VOGT

DUODROM

Switzerland | 2019 | 9’

We all have two sides. But if even the tiniest scare splits someone into a timid skin on the one hand and an overconfident skeleton on the other, that person has a lot of work ahead to bring their characteristics back into harmony again.

ADRIAAN
LOKMAN

FLOW

Netherlands | 2019 | 14’

Floating like leafs we witness a turbulent day in a life through the most vital element surrounding us. Brushstrokes of air in all its subtle, gentle, powerful and inner manifestations paint our fragile existence in the most unpredictable stormy ways.

AMIR
ADMONI

GRAVITY

Brazil | 2018 | 11’

Two bodies attract each other with a force directly proportional to their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between their gravity centers.

KONSTANTIN
BRONZIT

HE CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT COSMOS

Russia | 2019 | 16’

This story is about mother and son. It is also about love and destiny

MICHAEL
FREI

KIDS

Switzerland | 2019 | 9’

An animated short exploring group dynamics. How do we define ourselves when we are all equal?

GÉZA M.
TÓTH

MATCHES

Hungary | 2019 | 12’

A lonely boy is playing with his colorful matchsticks. While he is talking about his dreams, fears and hopes, the matchsticks bring his visions to life. The film is based on an interview with the 7-year-old L. S.

MICHELE
BERNARDI

MERCURIO

Italy | 2018 | 10’

Mercurio is a kid who loves cycling. One day he is stopped by the Fascist regime and incarcerated in a transit camp, ready to be sent to a concentration camp. Forced to quickly become a man, he will try, fighting unarmed, to win against the horror of Fascism and gain absolute freedom.

LUDOVIC
HOUPLAIN

MY GENERATION

France | 2018 | 8’

What if we put down our smartphones and opened our eyes wide shut? It is ironic that it should be an animated film which tells the truth to a lobotomized society with the need for intensive care.

PIOTR
MILCZAREK

RAIN

Poland | 2019 | 5’

"The Rain" is a simple animated film on collective consciousness. It talks about how no accountability for our actions pushes us to thoughtlessly follow the crowd, which may lead to a tragedy. The film also depicts a struggle of an individual with collective hypnosis and its consequences for both the individual and the crowd.

CLAUDIUS
GENTINETTA

SELFIES

Switzerland | 2018 | 4’

In a veritable firework display of digital self-portraits, hundreds of quaint, embarrassing and dreadfully disturbing selfies were arranged in a unique short film composition. Single photos, artistically reworked, consolidate to form a ghastly grin that outshines the abyss of human existence.