Dealing with War
Andreas Hykade (Studio Film Bilder)
Nemčija, 2022, 01'25"
Two sheep, one dog. Two sheep: “Peace”. The dog wags his tail, opens his mouth showing six sharp teeth, screams: “War!”
Letter to a Pig
Tal Kantor (Miyu Productions/The Hive Studio)
France, Israel, 2022, 16'45"
A traumatic memory of a Holocaust survivor sends a young schoolgirl on an inner journey, searching for her own path as the boundary between the animal and human nature blurs.
Elizabeth Hobbs (Animate Projects)
UK, 2022, 08'07"
A spirited young woman persuades a hyena from London Zoo to take her place at a dinner dance held in her honour. Their plan requires a surprising amount of artistry and violence.
Please Let Me In
Peter Millard (independent)
UK, 2022, 02'10"
please let me in. i want more. let me in.
L'Écrivain aveugle / The Blind Writer
Georges Sifianos (independent)
France, 2021, 09'50"
The film’s drawings were made blindfolded, using only tactile cues. This challenge reflects the writer’s dilemmas facing ideological certainties. In a world of communication where custom images and opinions are constructed, how can one discern the essential? Appearances, do they correspond to reality?
Los días que (nunca) fueron / The Days That (Never) Were
Kevin Iglesias Rodríguez, Pedro Rivero (Abrakam Estudio)
Spain, 2021, 11'33"
Three characters are about to have the time of their lives... until a strange phenomenon appears to interrupt everything.
Robert Seidel (independent)
Germany, 2021, 05'05"
Hysteresis intimately weaves a transformative fabric between Seidels’s abstract projection and queer performer Tsuki’s choreography. Using machine learning to mediate these lagged re-presentations, the film intentionally corrupts the AI’s strategies to unveil a delicate, flamboyant visual language.
Pasajero / Passenger
Juan Pablo Zaramella (JPZtudio)
Argentina, 2022, 10'00"
A journey through the conflicting relationship between a man, his social environment, and codes.
The Flying Sailor
Amanda Forbis, Wendy Tilby (National Film Board of Canada)
Canada, 2022, 07'45"
Inspired by true events, the film is a meditation on a sailor's unexpected voyage.