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Funny Like a Clown Za smejat smešni

različni avtorji / various / 63 min

Fear not, there’s nothing to this program. This is a gift to you, me, all of us after experiencing a few years (and more) of utter fucking chaos. So for an hour or so, put aside thoughts of covid, war, environmental crisis, nuclear war, tax evading billionaire psychopaths and just sit back and laugh your asses off. – Chris Robinson

I’m Not a Robot
Sean Buckelew (B&B Pictures)
USA, 2019, 01'53''

I was just trying to sign up for an account, not be confronted with the fact that our fear of technology is actually based on a reflection of our own cruel, morally compromised, and violent behavior.

Sander Joon (Estonian Academy of Arts)
Estonia, 2015, 06'12''

A man enters a cycling race so he can get more cigarettes.

Gil Alkabetz (Studio Film Bilder)
Germany, 1997, 07'00''

This film tries to solve the classic brain-teaser "How can you get a wolf, a sheep and a cabbage across a river one at a time, without them eating each other." The rational solution seems fine in theory, but does not work when applied to conflicts in real life.

Ryan Ines (Rhode Island School of Design)
USA, 2015, 05'56''

The life as video game idea has been overplayed now, yet Ryan Ines’ student film, Violet stands out for its tight, economic and pinpoint absurdist portrait of life, loss and love.

Plug & Play
Michael Frei (Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts)
Switzerland, 2013, 06'00''

This film is drawn with my index finger using the integrated touchpad of a laptop.

99cent Pizza
Lucas Ansel (Rhode Island School of Design)
USA, 02'25''

Is 99cent pizza just too good to be true? Is existence too good to be true?

Sunny Afternoon
Thomas Renolder (independent)
Austria, 2012, 06'45''

Sunny Afternoon is based on the lyrics of a song composed 25 years ago and brings a film project to an end, which had first started 20 years ago; at that time the first script and the photos for the first film part were made. This self-portrait is also a reflection about time.

Baby, Baby
Aggelos Papantoniou, Nikhil Markale (Gibbon Animation)
Australia, 2019, 01'05''

A baby's playtime is interrupted by a phone call.

Things Don’t Fit
Tim Duval (Royal College of Art)
UK, 2013, 06'30''

In the city, it can feel like nothing fits or works as it should and daily life can be a struggle to find your place.

Hothouse 5 - Git Gob
Philip Eddols (National Film Board of Canada)
Canada, 2009, 01'35''

In this animated short from the Hothouse 5 series, two creatures wonder, What is a hole? They have different points of view. Their debate leads to an idea, an idea that changes the world. This is a story of practical magic.

Lesley the Pony has an A+ Day
Christian Larrave (Rhode Island School of Design)
USA, 2014, 04'08”

Lesley the Pony goes on a fun-filled adventure through the town of Merryville while making lasting memories with his friend, The Duke.

Ketsujiru Juke / Anal Juice
Sawako Kabuki (Tama Art University)
Japan, 2013, 02'56''

A dream that occurs after breaking up with a boyfriend.

Anna Mantzaris (Royal College of Art/Anna Mantzaris)
UK, 2017, 02'29''

Sometimes enough is enough.

Eine murul / Breakfast on the Grass
Erik Alunurm, Mihkel Reha, Mari-Liis Rebane, Mari Pakkas (Estonian Academy of Arts)
Estonia, 2011, 04'30''

It takes 99% hard work and 1% talent to create a masterpiece!

Kustuta valgus / Switch off the Lights
Priit Parn (Eesti Reklaamfilm)
Estonia, 1988, 00'40''

The year was 1988, ad was called "Switch Off the Lights" and it was produced in Tallinn, Estonia. Bronze Lion for the one and only commercial that the U.S.S.R. ever sent to Cannes competition and the one and only prize that this country ever won from Cannes. Estonia was formerly part of the U.S.S.R.

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