Competition 4 Aug. 21 (sun)


  • 2015/12'12"
  • Country:France
  • Directed by: David Coquard Dassault (Autour de Minuit)
  • Produced by: Nicolas Schmerkin (Autour de Minuit), Thibault Ruby (Schmuby productions)
  • Distributed by: Nicolas Schmerkin (Autour de Minuit)
A journey into the heart of a large and abandoned council estate. Peripheria portrays an urban environment becoming wild: a modern Pompeii where the wind blows and dogs roam, tailing the remains of human life.


  • 2015/4'43"
  • Country:Ireland
  • Directed/Produced/Distributed by: Conor Whelan
Snowfall is the story of an anxious young man who has a moving experience at a friend's house party. It's a story of fleeting love, of mixed emotions, and of how we interact with each other.

The night of the Naporitan

  • 2014/6'37"
  • Country:Japan
  • Directed/Produced/Distributed by: Yusuke Sakamoto
Neither a traditional Japanese cuisine nor an Italian, "Naporitan spaghetti" lost its identity and has gone on a journey. This is a story of spaghetti that does not know how to love people.

World of Tomorrow

  • 2015/16'36"
  • Country:U.S.A.
  • Directed/Produced/Distributed by: Don Hertzfeldt
  • © Don Hertzfeldt
A little girl is taken on a mind-bending tour of her distant future.

The empty

  • 2016/9'26"
  • Country:Rep. of Korea / France
  • Directed/Produced/Distributed in Asia by: Dahee Jeong (Between the pictures)
  • Co-Produced/Distributed by: Ron Dyens (Sacrebleu Productions)
  • © 2016. Jeong Dahee all rights reserved
In the woman's room, memories constantly accumulate and disappear like dust. The man spends his time in this room creating futile little games with woman's memories.


  • 2015/6'56"
  • Country:Germany
  • Directed/Produced/Distributed by: Gerhard Funk
The animation is a play of shapes illustrating the dialog between two mythological areas - the West and the East. It is a creation story in which the colors red, white and black oscillate in unison and against each other.


  • 2016/8'10"
  • Country:Latvia
  • Directed/Produced/Distributed by: Vladimir Leschiov (LUNOHOD ANIMATION STUDIO)
  • © 2016 LUNOHOD
A lonely woman street cleaner's letter to unknown person, written on the first day of the new year: a year spent observing the seasons and dreaming of a miracle for the following new year.


  • 2015/10'40"
  • Country:U.K.
  • Directed by: Simon Cartwright
  • Produced by: Kamilla Kristane Hodol (National Film and Television School)
  • Distributed by: Hemant Sharda (National Film and Television School)
  • © National Film and Television School
When Glen attends primal scream class, he releases something from deep within that knows no limits.

Insect Bite

  • 2015/2'29"
  • Country:Rep. of Korea / U.S.A.
  • Directed/Produced by: Grace Nayoon Rhee (KIAFA[AniSEED])
  • Distributed by: Wonjoo JUNG (KIAFA[AniSEED])
  • © Grace Nayoon Rhee
A tiny bug tries to figure out what he wants to be.

Why Banana Snarls

  • 2014/10'12"
  • Country:Russia
  • Directed by: Svetlana Razguliaeva (School-Studio "SHAR")
  • Produced by: Liubov Gaydukova (School-Studio "SHAR")
  • Distributed by: Anna Ostalskaya (School-Studio "SHAR")
An unlucky fellow who dreams of seas and ships while working as advertising banana, suddenly discovers he has a tail...

Impossible figures and other stories II

  • 2016/14'50"
  • Country:Poland
  • Directed by: Marta Pajek
  • Produced by: Grzegorz Waclawek (Animoon)
  • Distributed by: Marta Swiatek (Krakow Film Foundation)
The protagonist is a woman who trips and falls, while rushing around the house. She gets up, only to discover, that her home has unusual features - it is built from paradoxes, filled with illusions and covered with patterns.

Blind Vaysha

  • 2016/8'13"
  • Country:Canada
  • Directed by: Theodore Ushev (National Film Board of Canada)
  • Produced by: Marc Bertrand (National Film Board of Canada)
  • Distributed by: Lorne Price (National Film Board of Canada)
  • © National Film Board of Canada
Blind Vaysha doesn't see the present. She was born with a left eye that only sees the past and a right eye that only sees the future.


  • 2014/5'25"
  • Country:Japan
  • Directed/Produced by: Yoriko Mizushiri
  • Distributed by: CaRTe bLaNChe
  • © Yoriko Mizushiri
Kyogen Stage/Eye Examination Room/Sushi Bar Counter
There are two people who face each other in each space. Each pair keeps a few distance between their partners and find some fearful, tender, and comfortable feelings that fascinate them.

The Gossamer

  • 2014/4'04"
  • Country:Russia
  • Directed by: Natalia Chernysheva (PCHELA STUDIO)
  • Produced/Distributed by: Vladimir Gassiev (PCHELA STUDIO)
  • Distributed by: PCHELA STUDIO
An old lady and a spider live near each other.


  • 2015/5'27"
  • Country:Switzerland
  • Directed/Produced/Distributed by: Georges Schwizgebel (Studio GDS)
  • © schwizgebel
A father rides with his son through the forest. The sick child thinks he sees the Erlking, who both charms and frightens him. Based on Goethe's poem Erlking and the music of Schubert/Liszt.