Tag Archives: 2019

Paws, Tırnak, Tuy, Kıl ve Bıyıklar

Le vélo de l’éléphant / Filin Bisikleti / the Elephant’s Bike 

Olesya Shchukina

2014 – 9 min –

Le tigre sans rayures / Çizgiz Kaplan / The Tiger with No Stripes

Raul Robin Morales Reyes

2018 – 9 min –

Le renard minuscule / Minicik tilki / The tiny fox 

Sylwia Szkiladz , Aline Quertain

2015 – 8 min –

La cage / Kafes / The cage

de Loïc Bruyère

2016 – 6 min –

La grande migration / Büyük göç / The great migration

Iouri Tcherenkov

1996 – 8 min –

SHORT FILMS SELECTED BY GUEST OF HONOR, REGINA PESSOA

SALT FRAGMENTS

portf—lio de trabalhos – Animais Avpl

Portuguese, 2000, 7’38”, Color, Portuguese

This is a film in sand animation born from the poetry of Al Berto. In a lonely journey seeking the identity and the meeting of the Other, Al Bertos´s “Eternal Voyager” discovers, through the primordial elements confrontation, the gift to create and talk to the world.

INTERSTICE

Portuguese, 2001, 6’, Color, Non-Dialogue 

Director: Marina Estela Graça

Experimental animation. 

 

THREE WEEKS IN DECEMBER

Portuguese, 2013, 6’13”, Color, Portuguese

Director: Laura Gonçalves

The film is an experimental animated short in the form of an animated diary about Laura’s  Christmas vacations in Portugal, using the sound recordings and sketches made at that time.

OUR LADY OF THE PRESENTATION

Portuguese, 2015, 6’,Color, Portuguese   

Director: Daniela Duarte,  Abi Feijó, Laura Gonçalves, Alice Guimarães

A rescued poem, written by the neorealist Álvaro Feijó in 1940, brings it back to the days that imitate it.

SLEEPY

Portuguese, 2017, 10’13”, B&W, Portuguese  

Director: Marta Monteiro 

Based on the Tchekhov short tale.

She’s tired, very, very tired, but she is constantly harassed by the cries of the baby that she’s taking care of, along with the endless demands of her masters.

DROP BY DROP

Portuguese, 2017, 9’15”, B&W, Portuguese 

Director: Alexandra Ramires (Xá) and Laura Gonçalves

‘Drop by Drop’ is an exquisite combination of hand-drawn animation and audio documentary to form a record of the last inhabitants of a dying village as they ponder the ultimate fate of their home and the legacy they leave.

AMÉLIA and DUARTE

Portuguese, 2014, 8’30’’, Portuguese 

Director: Mónica Santos and Alice Eça Guimarães 

In this story we are guided through the relationship of Amélia and Duarte, two people that felt out of love and are trying to cope with the feelings that come after a relationship has ended.

O!PLA- 2019 women director films

AN EYE FOR AN EYE

2018, 17′, Non-dialogue  

DIRECTING: Julia Płoch

SCRIPT: Julia Płoch

EDITOR: Julia Płoch

MUSIC: Mikołaj Tkacz

ANIMATION: Julia Płoch

PRODUCTION: Akademia Sztuk Pięknych, Pracownia Filmu Animowanego

The films action is based on a myth of a hero’s journey. The film’s action takes place over a large lake, one of it’s banks is inhabited by frogs. They tell stories about the ancient God –  huge Catfish, living on the other side of the waters. In the movie we follow the fate of two characters: Red Frog – a mythical hero who left home seeking the truth in his kin’s beliefs, and Little Frog – a child who wants to follow in his hero’s footsteps. As the plot reveals itself their fates are intertwined and some of the secrets are dissolved

CHRIST OF NATION

2018, 9′, Non-dialogue  

DIRECTING: Ewa Drzewicka

SCRIPT: Ewa Drzewicka

EDITOR: Ewa Drzewicka

MUSIC: Michał Fojcik

PRODUCTION: Robert Sowa

 

Life in Krakow goes slowly. Pigeons fly, and the lady with the Krakow’s pretzels waits for the hungry tourists. HE watches over the security of the city, but the danger is hanging in the air.

COMFORT

2018, 9’ 35”, Non-dialogue

DIRECTING: Weronika Banasińska

MUSIC: Adam Skrzypkowski

SOUND: Adam Skrzypkowski 

PRODUCER: Animation Film Studio in Kraków

A girl visits a mysterious place which appears to be her inner self. In her journey into sensory exploration excitement soon turns into feelings of anxiety, as overstimulation finally throws her into a child-like state.

 

CTRL + C

2017, 2’, Non-dialogue  

DIRECTING:  Kamila Kasprzykowska

 

Multiple copies in specific order of one simple form create new shapes, suprising the viewer. Today’s world, full of digital tools, not only can help create new forms, but also inspire us to find new ones.

 

SQUARING THE CIRCLE

2018, 4’, Non-dialogue  

DIRECTING: Karolina Specht

SCRIPT: Karolina Specht

EDITOR: Karolina Specht

MUSIC: Paweł Cieślak

ANIMATION: Karolina Specht

PRODUCTION: PWSFTviT 

 

At first glance, it seems that SQUARE lives among chaos and andless changes. But next, we can notice that the systems in which he functions, are constantly repeated, introduce a routine, hypnotize without allowing any movement. Once, a new element sneaks into the pattern, which for a moment will allow SQUARE to look a little differently at reality.

SQUARING THE CIRCLE is full of graphic metaphors, a semi-abstract story about an impossible feeling.

 

BLESS YOU!

2018, 5’, Non-dialogue  

DIRECTING: Paulina Ziółkowska

SCRIPT: Paulina Ziółkowska

EDITOR: Piotr Baryła

MUSIC: Max Litvinov

ANIMATION: Państwowa Wyższa Szkoła Filmowa, Telewizyjna i Teatralna

 

Everyone gets sick of everyone. But things become really bad when you get sick of yourself.

MARBLES

2019, 5’, Non-dialogue  

DIRECTING, SCRIPT: Natalia Spychała

ANIMATION: Natalia Spychała, Urszula Domańska, Katarzyna Adamkiewicz

PRODUCTION: Szkoła Filmowa im. Krzysztofa Kieślowskiego

 

Hypnotizing pendulum sets a particular mechanism in motion. A figure appearing fragmentarily, space and a variety of objects form a rhythmic system of mutual dependence. Sound interweaves with image, creating music of repetitive events. 

CAGES

2018 / 2’42”, Non-dialogue

DIRECTING: Magdalena Marchocka 

A short story about loneliness, metaphorical confinement and overcoming once’s fear.

ROUTINE

2017 / 5’18”, Non-dialogue

DIRECTING & SCRIPT:  Valeria Dakhovich Molchanova

A young man trapped in a daily routine where every single day is so very similar to the previous one

CROSSFIRE

2017 / 4’31”, Non-dialogue

DIRECTING: Aleksandra Lekszycka

An unofficial animated music video of Crossfire – STEPHEN.

 

DILILI IN PARIS / DILILI À PARIS

France, 95’, 2018, Color, French 

Director & Script: Michel Ocelot

Animation: Yves-Marie Beaufrand, Joris Chapelin, Emmanuel Chapon, Julien Duroure, Benoit Guillou, Florian Sauzet

Music: Gabriel Yared

Producer: Philip Boeffard

In the early 1900s, Belle Époque Dilili, a small-winged girl in Paris, works with her young contractor friend in a park where people from different countries were exhibited just like the zoo. In Paris, which is increasingly corrupt, women, especially young girls, are abducted by a cult, because the chiefs of this cult claim that it is caused by women.

Dilili, who will also be kidnapped but she also meets, with the help of her friend, many entellectuals like Sarah Berrnart, Louise Michel, Marie Curie, Toulouse-Lautrec, Proust, Rodin and discovers the male chiefs who lead the evils underground. Two friends struggle with enthusiasm for light and coexistence on earth.

Paris in this film, which has been redrawn over real photographs, seems like a re-written poetry. 

Ramize Erer

She Graduated from Mimar Sinan Fine Arts Academy Paint Department. She started drawing cartoons at the age of 16 in the journal Gırgır. She was especially known for her character (Kötü Kız) Bad Girl. She draw in Radikal newspaper for 13 years. She created the character “Bad Girl” and “ Gas-bottle delivery man ( Tüpçü) ” on Feminist Monday. Her drawings were published on the first page of the short-lived newspaper. She became one of the founders of Bayan Yanı. This maganize is about women and humor. In 2017, she received the 2017 Creative Courage Award of the Angoulême Comic Festival with her emphasis on feminism in her drawings.

Ayşe Ünal

Ayşe Ünal is well known worker of film industry; She is a director, producer and creator of animated content. Apart from the hundreds of animated and non-animated commercials she directed, she is also one of the two directors of the film Kötü Kedi Şerafettin( Bad Cat) in 2016.

Feride Çetin

Born in Istanbul, Feride Çetin pursued a Cinema and Television education. She has worked as a directing assistant, journalist, text writer, magazine editor, actress and trainer. Her curiosity for adventure drew her to chase Berbers in Africa and Native Americans in America. She has published a story book called Duyulur Dünyanın Şakası with İletişim Publications. Since acting in productions such as 2 Genç Kız, Güzel Günter Göreceğiz, Hatırla Sevgili, Aşk ve Ceza, Çetin continues her work in cinema and television. Additionally, her articles on culture and arts are published on monthly magazines. Feride Çetin does the acting of the animated Mihri character in the documentary Kim Mihri.

Sevinç Baloğlu

Graduated from Ankara University, Department of Radio, Television and Cinema. She worked at TRT Istanbul and Ankara, as well as the BRT – The National Television in Cyprus, as writer and director in various television programs. In 1982, she co-wrote the screenplay for Three Days in Kula, which was awarded Best Documentary Film at Antalya Golden Orange Film Festival. Since 2010, she has been directing feature documentaries and documentary series that focus on minority ethnic groups and subcultures.

İpek Torun

Born in Ankara, İpek Torun graduated from Bilkent University Graphic Design Department with a scholarship of achievement. She started the MA programme in Eskisehir Anadolu University and started studying on animation. She continued to study on animation and she has finished her MFA, on Motion Typography, in 2014. In 2007, she moved to Istanbul to work in Bahcesehir University. She currently works as the head of Communication Department, teaches Typography, Motion Graphics and Kinetic Typography and lives in Istanbul, a wonderland, owns one blue blooded sui generis cat and with collections of many many things, leaving no space for herself.