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Animateka 2013

10 Years of Animateka! 10 let Animateke!

Attention Abstract!

A colourful composition in motion.

Little Russia

The young assassins, papa rabbit, mama lunar, a little dancing dog, the snail lady, sister cops ... The characters are imaginary, Little Russia is real.

Play

A visual and musical game which builds and destroys itself on the speed rhythm of Serge Prokofiev's Scherzo from Piano Concerto No. 2.

Ichthys

A man in his prime comes to a restaurant, the interior of which resembles a sacred building. He is the only customer there. He is welcomed by a waiter with a cherub face who takes the order and then leaves. The customer is waiting for his return. Time passes, covering everything with the patina of age. When finally the still young waiter appears with the ordered dish, the customer appears to be dead.

Lovesick

Pain from the heart, never drying tears and turned around heads are difficult to treat, but fortunately not incurable …

The Last Bus

It’s the start of the hunting season. The animals of the forest board a small bus and flee to safety. When hunters stop the bus in the middle of the night, its passengers reveal their true natures in fear for their lives.

Miramare

A look at life on the Mediterranean borders of Europe, where tourists try to relax at the same time as "illegal" immigrants struggle for a chance for a better life.

 

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Sorry We Missed You Sorry We Missed You

Ken Loach

Wednesday, 11. 12. 2019 / 21:00 / Main Hall

Told with insight and humanity, this poignant new drama by Ken Loach addresses another burning issue of modern society: precarious work and its devastating impact on family life.

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Bong Joon-ho

Thursday, 12. 12. 2019 / 14:30 / Main Hall

The film—referred to by its director as a “comedy with no clowns, a tragedy without the antagonists”—is a wonderfully unpredictable family-themed tragicomedy about the conflicts that inevitably arise between the haves and the have-nots. A recipient of the Golden Palm at the most recent Cannes festival and a critics’ favourite of the year.