V operi / En La Opera / At The Opera
Juan Pablo Zaramella (JPZ Studio)
Argentina/Argentina, 2010, HD, 1’
An original and particular moving night at the opera.
A Lost and Found Box of Human Sensation
Martin Wallner, Stefan Leuchtenberg (Dancing Squirrel)
Nemčija/Germany, 2010, HD, 14’30‘‘
After the unexpected death of his father, a young man hopes to learn how to cope with his loss by venturing out on a powerful emotional journey through time and space.
Leonard Cohen (ENSAD)
Francija/France, 2010, HD, 7’30”
Falling up, tumbling sideways, profound flatness and zigzagging lines. Hey, man! Where's your cube? Welcome to Plato, somewhere between the anamorphosis of reality and the severity of imagination.
Videoigrica / Videogioco - Loop Experiment
Donato Sansone (Milkyeyes)
Italija/Italy, 2009, HD, 2’00”
Videogioco is a non-sense and grottesque story. It begins with a fist and a cut head...
De Riria Subasutaimu
Shinsaku Hidaka (Shinsaku Hidaka)
Japonska/Japan, 2012, HD, 13’00”
After leaving his wife at the hospital, a man becomes lost in abstract dimensions with a treasure trove of visual association potential.
Standing Up for Freedom
Carlos Lascano (Eallin Motion Art/Carlos Lascano)
Češka, Španija/Czech Republic, Spain, 2011, HD, 2’00”
A metaphorical journey showing mankind´s struggle for freedom over the last 50 years. For Amnesty International.
Kirk Hendry (Th1ng)
Velika Britanija/UK, 2010, HD, 6’30”
An animated tale about a young boy's addiction to junk food and the importance of following your gut instinct.
Philip Hofmänner (HSLU Luzern/SRF)
Švica/Switzerland, 2011, HD, 6’00”
A man and a woman are drawn to one another but cannot stay together because time and tide wait for no one.
A Different Perspective
Chris O'Hara (Chris O'Hara)
Irska/Ireland, 2012, HD, 2’00”
A visit from an alien life form results in a change of perspective in more ways than one
Svilen Dimitrov (Miramar Film)
Bolgarija/Bulgaria, 2012, HD, 7’00”
The last day of a man´s life is seen as on a videotape, which is being rewound to the moment he wakes up in the morning having no idea what lies ahead.
Aike Arndt (Aike Arndt)
Germany, 2011, HD, 8’30”
A humorous take on the world of Greek mythology from the perspective of Atlas.