Main Competition I

Best new animated shorts from Central and Eastern Europe that are in the running for the ;DSAF (Slovene Animated Film Association) Audience Award and Jury Grand Prix.

Štorklja / Toonekurg / The Stork

Directed by: Lucija Mrzljak, Morten Tšinakov
Short synopsis:

A man, struck by a moment of clarity, becomes a bird…

We Have One Heart

Directed by: Katarzyna Warzecha
Short synopsis:

After his mother dies, Adam comes across some letters his parents exchanged years ago. He uncovers an extraordinary family secret.

Kod / Kood / Code

Directed by: Rao Heidmets, Pauline Heidmets
Short synopsis:

Mankind has long debated the meaning of life, not knowing that it has long been found. What everyone is striving for is collectively creating strange patterns.

Darwinov zvezek / Le Journal de Darwin / Darwin’s Notebook

Directed by: Georges Schwizgebel
Short synopsis:

The return of three Anglicised native people to their county, or the beginning of a meeting with the modern world that will destroy them.

Bagatelle

Directed by: László Csáki
Short synopsis:

A short semi-animated experimental film about the ups and downs of nose-blowing and probably life itself. Csáki's latest animation tests of various techniques and his Super8 recordings are compiled as a found footage film, which might reflect the COVID-19 pandemic as well. An adaptation of the poem 'Bagatelle' by György Petri.

Doma: luna / W domu: Księżyc / At Home: The Moon

Directed by: Tomasz Popakul
Short synopsis:

On the one hand, it’s apocalypse, and on the other, it feels like any other day. Something bizarre is throbbing on an invisible layer.

Rites of Spring

Directed by: Jorgos Tsangaris
Short synopsis:

Christian Orthodox tradition and travelling theatre troupes with their pagan roots are two seemingly opposite worlds, both mysterious and both enchanting to the author.

The Raft

Directed by: Marko Meštrović
Short synopsis:

If a global catastrophe is a state of mind, then music is the raft.

Main Competition I

Best new animated shorts from Central and Eastern Europe that are in the running for the ;DSAF (Slovene Animated Film Association) Audience Award and Jury Grand Prix.

Štorklja / Toonekurg / The Stork

Directed by: Lucija Mrzljak, Morten Tšinakov
Short synopsis:

A man, struck by a moment of clarity, becomes a bird…

We Have One Heart

Directed by: Katarzyna Warzecha
Short synopsis:

After his mother dies, Adam comes across some letters his parents exchanged years ago. He uncovers an extraordinary family secret.

Kod / Kood / Code

Directed by: Rao Heidmets, Pauline Heidmets
Short synopsis:

Mankind has long debated the meaning of life, not knowing that it has long been found. What everyone is striving for is collectively creating strange patterns.

Short synopsis:

The return of three Anglicised native people to their county, or the beginning of a meeting with the modern world that will destroy them.

Bagatelle

Directed by: László Csáki
Short synopsis:

A short semi-animated experimental film about the ups and downs of nose-blowing and probably life itself. Csáki's latest animation tests of various techniques and his Super8 recordings are compiled as a found footage film, which might reflect the COVID-19 pandemic as well. An adaptation of the poem 'Bagatelle' by György Petri.

Short synopsis:

On the one hand, it’s apocalypse, and on the other, it feels like any other day. Something bizarre is throbbing on an invisible layer.

Rites of Spring

Directed by: Jorgos Tsangaris
Short synopsis:

Christian Orthodox tradition and travelling theatre troupes with their pagan roots are two seemingly opposite worlds, both mysterious and both enchanting to the author.

The Raft

Directed by: Marko Meštrović
Short synopsis:

If a global catastrophe is a state of mind, then music is the raft.