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THE RED TURTLE

by Michael Dudok de Wit
2016 France / Japan / Belgium, 80 min
no dialogues

THE RED TURTLE

Japanese animation powerhouse Studio Ghibli explores a new creative direction after the retirement of its founder Hayao Miyazaki with this realistically drawn feature created in partnership with Dutch animator Michaël Dudok de Wit. This tale of a shipwrecked man who establishes a family and a new life on an island inhabited only by majestic animal life is told without dialogue.
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MY LIFE AS A ZUCCHINI

by Claude Barras
2016 France, 66 min
in French, with Hungarian subs

Ma vie de Courgette

The first animated feature of Claude Barras is narratively and visually a perfect blend of the oeuvres of Tim Burton and Wes Anderson. The recently orphaned hero, a young eccentric boy, nicknamed Zucchini, does not only need to find new friends but also to learn to know himself in this unknown situation. This bittersweet stop motion drama, full of emotion and humour, is a story about childhood best enyoyed by those who have already left that age behind.

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25 APRIL

by Leanne Pooley
2015 New Zealand, 85 min
in English, with Hungarian translation

25 APRIL

25 April explores the 1915 Gallipoli campaign of World War I, and its impact on New Zealand's cultural identity, via a combination of documentary, fictional narrative, and digital animation. Directed by Leanne Pooley, the film had its world premiere at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.

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CAFARD

by Jan Bultheel
2015 Belgium / France, 86 min
in French, with English subs and Hungarian translation

CAFARD

August 1914. While Jean Mordant is away winning the title of World Wrestling Champion in Buenos Aires, his daughter Mimi is raped by German occupiers in Ostend. Jean swears he will avenge this immoral disgrace. With his coach Victor and young nephew Guido, he enrolls in the prestigious ACM, the first Armored Car Division ever. But the heavily-built armored vehicles keep getting stuck in the mud of Flanders. The battalion is hastily transferred to the Eastern front. Jean is devastated by frustration for he has just learned that Mimi is pregnant. But war conditions are ruthless and he and his friends embark on a dramatic journey that ultimately will drag them around the world. In Russia, boredom and vodka sap the troops' morale. The armored vehicle is named "Cafard": as indestructible as a cockroach but also a symbol of nostalgia and melancholy. Jean's only twinkle of hope is Jelena, a Russian nurse. But she cannot prevent his downward moral spiral. At the end of a disastrous military operation, Jean finally takes his revenge by cowardly shooting a German soldier in the back. But revenge is bitter.
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Louise by the Shore

by Jean-François Laguionie
2016 France, 75 min
in French, with English subs and Hungarian translation

Louise en hiver

On the last day of summer, Louise, an old woman realizes that the last train has departed without her. She finds herself alone in a small seaside resort town, abandoned by everyone. The weather quickly turns for the worse followed by the seasonal tides. Fragile and coquettish, not nearly as well-prepared as a would-be Robinson Crusoe, Louise isn’t likely to make it through the winter…

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Seoul Station

by Sang-ho Yeon
2016 South Korea, 92 min
in Korean, with English subs and Hungarian translation

서울역

The film follows the initial circumstances of the zombie outbreak at the titular railway station. When a bloodied old man collapses in front of the Seoul Station building, nobody is willing to help him because they assume he is homeless, but the man’s younger brother nevertheless desperately tries to gather help without any luck. Naturally, the old man turns into a zombie and causes chaos in and around the station, setting off a chain of destruction that will lead to the events in “Train to Busan.”

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Psiconautas, the Forgotten Children

by Pedro Rivero, Alberto Vazquez
2015 Spain, 76 min
in Spanish, with English subs and Hungarian translation

Psiconautas, los niños olvidados

Teenagers Birdboy and Dinky have decided to escape from an island devastated by ecological catastrophe: Birdboy by shutting himself off from the world, Dinky by setting out on a dangerous voyage in the hope that Birdboy will accompany her.

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The Girl Without Hands

by Sébastien Laudenbach
2016 France, 76 min
in French, with English subs and Hungarian translation

La Jeune Fille sans mains

Awarded in Annecy with a special prize, Sébastien Laudenbach's new feature is about a daughter of a poor miller who unintentionally sells her to the devil in an attempt to avoid starvation of the whole family. She is followed by the evil of her new master throughout her lifetime. This adaptation of a tale by the Grimm brothers is magical and sensitive, at times brutal. It is special for its minimalist, poetic visual style, rendered of bare lines, whereas even the colours are symbolic.

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SHORT FILM COMPETITION, SECTION 'A'

in original language, with English subs

SHORT FILM COMPETITION, SECTION 'A'

  • Coyote and Wasichu (Áron Gauder, HU, 2016, 07'55)
  • The Eyeless Hunter. A Khanty Story (Priit Pärn, Olga Pärn, EE, 2016, 04'00)
  • Sore Eyes for Infinity (Elli Vuorinen, FI, 2016, 11'30)
  • How Long, Not Long (Michelle and Uri Kranot, DE, 2016, 05'30)
  • Among The Black Waves (Anna Budanova, RU, 2016, 11'00)
  • Superbia (Luca Tóth, HU, 2016, 15'43)
  • Grey Noise (Stéphane Aubier, Vincent Patar, BE, 2016, 03'30)
  • A Little Grey (Steve Smith, Simon Hewitt, UK, 2016, 5'16)
  • Manoman (Simon Cartwright, UK, 2015, 10'40)
  • Decorado (Alberto Vazquez, ES, 2016, 11'00)
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    SHORT FILM COMPETITION, SECTION 'B'

    in original language, with English subs

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION, SECTION 'B'

  • Travelling Country (Ivan Bogdanov, Vessela Dantcheva, BG, 2016, 13'38)
  • Klementhro (Ben Mitchell, UK, 2015, 03'50)
  • Balcony (Dávid Dell'Edera, HU, 2015, 06'18)
  • Analysis Paralysis (Anete Melece, CH, 2016, 9'04)
  • Branded Dreams (Studio Smack, NL, 2015, 02'13)
  • The Wrong End of the Stick (Terri Matthews, UK, 2016, 09'40)
  • Noise of Licking (Nadja Andrasev, HU, 2015, 9'14)
  • Urbanimatio (Hardi Volmer, Urmas Joemees, EE, 2016, 8'11)
  • Beside Myself (Karolina Specht, PL, 2016, 5'00)
  • Love (Réka Bucsi, HU, 2016, 14'35)
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    SHORT FILM COMPETITION, SECTION 'C'

    in original language, with English subs

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION, SECTION 'C'

  • Hallux (Henning Thomas, DE, 2016, 10'25)
  • Wildfire (Hugues Opter, Pierre Pinon, Nicole Stafford, Valentin Stoll, Arnaud Tribout, Shang Zhang, FR, 2016, 3'58)
  • High Summer (Josselin Facon, FR, 2016, 05'45)
  • Three Fitted Flies (María Álvarez, Elisa Morais, ES, 2015, 07'47)
  • Planemo (Veljko Popovic, HR, 2015, 13'30)
  • In One Drag (Alireza Hashempour, DE, 2016, 03'05)
  • Waiting For The New Year (Vladimir Leschiov, LV, 2016, 08'11)
  • Moms on Fire (Joanna Rytel, SE, 2016, 12')
  • Wormhole (Turun Anikistit, FI, 2016, 12'28)
  • Nighthawk (Spela Cadez, SI, 2016, 08'50)
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    Ghost in the Shell: The New Movie

    by Kazuya Nomura, Kazuchika Kise
    2015 Japan, 100 min
    in Japanese, with English subs

    攻殻機動隊 新劇場版

    When the Prime Minister of Japan is assassinated by a mysterious cyborg, Major Motoko Kusanagi comes up as the prime suspect. It's up to the agents of Public Security Section 9 to discover the true nature of the murder, and clear Motoko's name.

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    REVENGEANCE

    by Bill Plympton
    2016 USA, 71 min
    in English, with Hungarian translation

    REVENGEANCE

    A low-rent bounty hunter named Rod Rosse, The One Man Posse, gets entangled in a web of danger when he takes on a job from an ex-biker/ex-wrestler turned U.S. senator named "Deathface."

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    NUTS!

    by Penny Lane
    2016 USA, 79 min
    in English, with Hungarian subs

    Nuts!

    NUTS! is a feature length documentary [directed by Penny Lane] about Dr. John Romulus Brinkley, an eccentric genius who built an empire in Depression-era America with a goat testicle impotence cure and a million watt radio station. Using animated reenactments, interviews, archival footage, and a hilariously unreliable narrator, NUTS! traces Brinkley’s rise from poverty and obscurity to the heights of celebrity, wealth and influence in Depression-era America. Along the way, he transplants tens of thousands of goat testicles; amasses an enormous fortune; is (sort of) elected Governor of Kansas; builds the world’s most powerful radio station; invents junk mail, the infomercial, the sound-truck and Border Radio; hosts some epic parties; and annoys the heck out of the establishment, until finally his audacious actions force the federal government to create regulations to stop him. How he does it, and what happens when it all comes crashing down, is the story of NUTS!

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    PAT & MAT

    by Marek Benes
    2016 Czechia, 70 min
    no dialogues

    PAT A MAT

    A wonderful movie of Lubomír Beneš and Vladimír Jiránek, is directed by Lubomír Beneš and Marek Beneš, follows a couple of friends who face mostly self-made problems, so that they have to solve them by any possible and impossible tools. This makes even more problems and yet, ultimately, the two get mostly surprising solutions.

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    Window Horses

    by Ann Marie Fleming
    2016 Canada, 85 min
    in English

    Window Horses

    Rosie Ming, a young Canadian poet, is invited to perform at a Poetry Festival in Shiraz, Iran, but she'd rather be in Paris. She lives at home with her over-protective Chinese grandparents and has never been anywhere by herself. Once in Iran, she finds herself in the company of poets and Persians, all who tell her stories that force her to confront her past; the Iranian father she assumed abandoned her and the nature of Poetry itself.

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    ANIMATED NIGHT

    300 min
    in original language, with English subs

    ANIMATED NIGHT



    A VISUAL FEAST

  • Black (Tomasz Popakul, PL/JP, 2016, 14'00)
  • Lucy (Evert de Beijer, NL, 2015, 09'45)
  • Peak Phosphorus (Michael Mehring, CH, 2016, 03'00)
  • Hierarchy (Muhammad Noor, Irsyad B Yazid, SG, 2016, 04'02)
  • L E N D I N (Piero Tonin, IT, 2016, 02'26)
  • Radiophone (Panos Koutivas, GR, 2016, 08'26)
  • Finito (Mauricio Bartok, Gabriel Dorazio, BR, 2016, 04'36)
  • Locker X (Brian May, DE, 2015, 06'17)
  • Lifeless (Fokke Mars, Bas Jansen, Max van der Ree, NL, 2016, 02'44)
  • Phosphoros (Manolya Kuelkoeylue, Jan Philipp Mekus, DE, 2014, 01'30)
  • Slow Wave (Andy Kennedy, USA, 2016, 3'33)
  • Citipati (Andreas Feix, DE, 2015, 07'00)
  • Slow Wave (Andy Kennedy, USA, 2016, 3'33)
  • Melting Pop (Alexandre DUBOSC, FR, 2015, 01'23)
  • Metromorphosis (Jef Dehouse, BE, 2015, 02'30)
  • Caritas Mechanica (Brian May, DE, 2016, 04'22)
  • 909 - Depart (Tobias Alt, Sebastian Schmidt, Niklaus Hofer, DE, 2016, 03'31)
  • Fragmented Ideological Axioms (Patrick Schabus, AT, 2016, 00'11)
  • James - Dear John (Péter Vácz, HU, 2016, 04'15)
  • In the open field (Andrej Kolencik, SK, 2016, 04'53)
  • Cure (Peter Baynton, UK, 2016, 02'22)
  • Ginger Beer (Macchia Ornella, Medard Simon, BE, 2016, 02'39)
  • What Remains (Lars Nagler, DE, 2016, 04'25)
  • Sisters (David Chontos, USA, 2016, 03'58)
  • Fay (Sabine Volkert, DE, 2016, 02'50)
  • ANIMATED LOVE STORIES

  • Under The Apple Tree (Erik van Schaaik, NL, 2015, 18'30)
  • A Boat-Load of Trouble (Aslaug Willumsen Holmen, NO, 2015, 04'00)
  • Voodoo Rites (Malakias, FI, 2016, 07'20)
  • Porgandia (Risto Kütt, UK, 2016, 05'09)
  • Breaking Eggs (Cristiano Sousa, BR, 2013, 00'45
  • Andrej (Julia Veldman, NL, 2015, 03'03
  • Fatcula (Martinus Klemet, EE, 2016, 09'05)
  • Bingo! (Patrick Schoenmaker, NL, 2015, 02'40)
  • Xmess (Vojtěch Domlátil, CZ, 2016, 02'20)
  • The Client (Clement Thoby, Augustin Guichot, FR, 2016, 08'14)
  • Roger Ballen's Theatre of Apparition (Emma Calder, Ged Haney, UK, 2016, 05'00)
  • Mom, Dad, I Have To Tell You Something (Paul Muresan, RO, 2015, 05'22)
  • Gratitude (Stefan Scarlatescu, Andrei Scarlatescu, RO, 2016, 05'40)

  • ANIMATED HORROR

  • The Choice (Frederico Brígida, PT, 2016, 01'41)
  • Birdsandbees (Viktoria Katona, IE, 2016, 03'43)
  • Relationships (Ching-Yu Yang, TW, 2016, 03'04)
  • Master Blaster (Sawako Kabuki, FR, JP, 2016, 04'00)
  • Little Death (Antoine Bieber, FR, 2016, 03'57)
  • Teaser (Pierre Bassil, FR, 2016, 03'24)
  • Toe, Petal, Cosmos (Qieer Wang, CN, 2015, 03'05)
  • Cosmos (Daria Kopiec, PL, 2016, 02'29)
  • Ama (Emilie Almaida, Liang Huang, Mansoureh Kamari, Julie Robert, Juliette Peuportier, Tony Unser, FR, 2016, 03'24)
  • T-Rex in Love (Heidi Hörsturz, NL, 2015, 00'48)
  • Hard Lines (Hannah Rosa Oellinger, Stefan Wirnsperger, Manfred Rainer, AT, 2015, 02'00)
  • Nude and Crude (Mario Addis, IT, 2014, 03'43)
  • Doggy Love (Wong Ping, HK, 2015, 06'00)
  • I Only Know What I Know (Joke Van den Hof, BE, 2015, 04'02)
  • Post Industrial (Boris Pramatarov, BG, 2015, 03'20)
  • Throttled (Ji Hyeon Kim, KR, 2016, 12'32)
  • Clitoris (Lori Malépart-Traversy, CA, 2016, 03'16)
  • Pussy (Renata Gasiorowska, PL, 2016, 08'00)
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    WORLD PANORAMA

    70 min
    in original language, with English subs

    WORLD PANORAMA

  • 4min15 in the Developer (Moïa Jobin-Paré, CA, 2015, 04'52)
  • An Ordinary Blue Monday (Naomi van Niekerk, SA, 2014, 03’24)
  • The Tide Keeper (Alyx Duncan, NZ, 2014, 09’00)
  • Deer Flower (Kangmin Kim, USA, KR, 2016, 07’00)
  • The Head Vanishes (Franck Dion, FR, CA, 2016, 09’31)
  • Blind Vaysha (Theodore Ushev, CA, 2016, 08’00)
  • Moom (Dice Tsutsumi, Robert Kondo, USA, 2016, 13’00)
  • Pear Cider and Cigarettes (Rob Valley, CA, UK, 2016, 35’00)
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    Visegrad Animation Forum - New Talents

    70 min
    in original language, with English subs

    Visegrad Animation Forum - New Talents

  • Cowboyland (Dávid Štumpf, SK, 2014, 05'00)
  • Wolf Games (Jelena Oroz, HR, 2015, 05'00)
  • Fences (Natalia Krawczuk, PL, 2015, 07'00)
  • Beyond (Milan Kopasz, HU, 2014, 10'00)
  • The More I Know (Marek Náprstek, CZ, 2015, 08'00)
  • Composition (Mitja Mancek, SI, 2015, 04'00)
  • Mosaic, The Waltz Of Spleen (Andrea Guizar, PL, 2015, 04'00)
  • Tale (Attila Bertóti, HU, 2014, 08'00)
  • Rivers (Daria Kopiec, PL, 2014, 03'00)
  • The Noise Of Licking (Nadja Andrasev, HU, 2015, 09'00)
  • Happy End (Jan Saska, CZ, 2015, 06'00)
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    CARTOON D'OR: 2016 NOMINEES

    70 min
    in original language, with English subs

    CARTOON D'OR: 2016 NOMINEES

  • Alike (Daniel Martínez Lara, Rafa Cano Méndez, ES, 2015, 08'01)
  • Machine (Sunit Parekh, DK, 2015, 19'03)
  • Peripheria (David Coquard-Dassault, FR, 2015, 12'20)
  • Under Your Fingers (Marie-Christine Courtès, FR, 2014, 12'52)
  • Yùl And The Snake (Gabriel Harel, FR, 2015, 13'11)
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    • THURSDAY, NOV 24, 16:30 ART+
    • SUNDAY, NOV 27, 11:00 ART+




    Finno-Ugric Tales & Concert

    65 min
    in original language, with English subs

    Finno-Ugric Tales & Concert

  • Fisherwoman And A Bear. A Sami Story (Priit Tender, 2016, 2´32)
  • A Bear Judges The Brides. A Mansi Story (Martinus Klemet, 2016, 3´03)
  • The Birth Of Bears. An Udmurt Story (Mattias Mälk, 2016, 2´34)
  • Three Clay Pots. A Komi Story (Kristjan Holm, 2016, 3´27)
  • How The God Asked For Directions. A Vepsian Story (Valter Uusberg, 2016, 3´31)
  • How A Girl Was Wed Three Times. A Mari Story (Mattias Mälk, 2016, 2´24)
  • A Husband And A Wife. A Voitan Story (Mait Laas, 2016, 4´42)
  • The Eyeless Hunter. A Khanty Story (Priit Pärn, Olga Pärn, 2016, 3´48)
  • An Old Man And An Old Woman. An Erzya Story (Ülo Pikkov, 2016, 2´08)
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    • SUNDAY, NOV 27, 17:00 ART+




    ANIME HAIKU

    Curated by Koji Yamamura
    Japan, 80 min
    in Japanese, with English subs

    ANIME HAIKU

  • At The Mouth Of Summer (Xinxin LIU, 2016, 5'49)
  • Out of My Mind (Tomomi KOMAZAKI, 2016, 6'47)
  • Japanese Chess (Moe KURIBARA, 2016, 3´44)
  • Umbrella (Wenrui HUANG, 2016, 4’37)
  • Starting Over (Mika SEIKE, 2016, 8'22)
  • Who's There? (Kojiro INOUE, 2016, 1´25)
  • To Heel (Madoka, 2016, 10´05)
  • Nothing For Them (Kenshiro WADA, 2016, 4'14)
  • Calling You (Hitomi OHTAKARA, 2016, 9'23)
  • I Think You're A Little Confused (Iku OGAWA, 2016, 8´30)
  • Radio Wave (Ryotaro MIYAJIMA, 2016, 3'09)
  • Mayumi (Chinami TANIGUCHI, 2016, 5´36)
  • 4 Stories (Mio YAMANAKA, 2016, 5'20)
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    ANIMATION FROM DUBLIN

    Ireland, 71 min
    in English

    BEST OF IADT

  • caveman´s (Joe Carroll, 2015, 4´41)
  • The Platform (Ruairi Twohig, 5´37)
  • Eat the danger (Jack O’Shea and Paul Ruttledge, 2012, 08´00)
  • The follies of M (Matt Horan, 11´23)
  • Counting sheep with wolves outside (Jody Barker Rocket, 2012, 4´19)
  • My own personal mountain (Svetlana Sobcenko, 2012, 2´38)
  • Lena and Gray (Melissa Malone, 2014, 02´00)
  • fluffy mccloud (Conor Finnegan, 2´56)
  • Red (Rebecca Reynolds, 2011, 2´59)
  • that's not supposed to happen (Rory Kerr, 2013, 3´55)
  • Luminescence (Jennifer Daly, 2011, 3´26)
  • Tògtha (Alan Holly, 7´27)
  • The Fisherman (Fergal Brennan, 2011, 3´44)
  • Did you hear about her dad? (Jessica Patterson, 2015, 4´37)
  • my day (Eamonn O’Neil, 2´18)
  • PNxKNF (Keith Kavanagh, 2015, 2´52)
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    • THURSDAY, NOV 24, 18:00 ART+




    BEST OF FEST ANCA

    70 min
    in original language, with English subs

    BEST OF FEST ANCA

  • Three Fitted Flies (María Álvarez, Elisa Morais, ES, 2016)
  • Sunday Lunch (Celine Devaux, FR, 2016)
  • Nœvus (Samuel Yal, FR, 2016)
  • Ruben Leaves (Frederic Siegel, CH, 2016)
  • Cosmoetico (Martina Scarpelli, IT, 2016)
  • State of Amnesia (Esteban Azuela, MEX, 2016)
  • One, Two, Tree (Yulia Aronova, FR, 2014, 07'00)
  • Mila Fog (Marta Prokopová, SK, 2015, 11'00)
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    • SATURDAY, NOV 26, 13:30 ART+




    BEST OF FANTOCHE

    70 min
    in original language, with English subs

    BEST OF FANTOCHE

  • Hypertrain (Etienne Kompis, Fela Bellotto, CH, 2016, 3'35)
  • Before Love (Igor Kovalyov, RU, 2015, 19'15)
  • Life is Rugged (Simon Schnellmann, DE, CH, 2015, 03'00)
  • Au Revoir Balthazar (Rafael Sommerhalder, CH, 2016, 09'30)
  • Forever (Zhong Su, CN, 2016, 17'00)
  • Analysis Paralysis (Anete Melece, CH, 2016, 09'04)
  • Mr Madila (Rory Waudby-Tolley, UK, 2015, 08'37)
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    • THURSDAY, NOV 24, 19:30 ART+




    O!PLA Across Borders

    97 min
    in Polish, with English subs

    O!PLA Across Borders

  • I am (Magdalena Pilecka, PL, 2014, 00'05)
  • Magic Forest (Artur Marcol, PL, 2016, 3'45)
  • Seven (Kamila & Mirek Sosnowscy, PL, 2015, 06'23)
  • Jew's Harp (Tomasz Pawlak, PL, 2015, 12'29)
  • I Am The Thief (Maciej Przemyslaw Bednarek, PL, 2015, 5'22)
  • MOSAIC, THE WALTZ OF SPLEEN (Andrea Guizar, PL, 2015, 4'25)
  • WHADDUP FISH! (Tomasz Pilarski, PL, 2015, 1'14)
  • THAT DAMN SUNDAY (Przemek Kotynski, PL, 2014, 16'09)
  • THE ART OF FLYING (Anna Nowicka, PL, 2014, 00'48)
  • COLLECTOR (Kamila & Mirek Sosnowscy, PL, 2015, 07'09)
  • SWEETS (Mai Tran, PL, 2014, 03'26)
  • YESTERDAY’S RECORD (Michal Soja, PL, 2015, 05'00)
  • HEY, HO AND THE UNEXPECTED ADVENTURE (Maciej Zuk / Kamil Wójcik, PL, 2015, 01'09)
  • GLITCH (Mikolaj Seczawa, PL, 2014, 03'34)
  • SURVIVE IN THE BIALOWIEZA FOREST (Michal Rychlawski, PL, 2015, 02'29)
  • SCULPTURE OF THE DAY (Monika Kuczyniecka, PL, 2015, 03'31)
  • DON'T LOSE YOUR HEAD (Karolina Specht, PL, 2015, 04'00)
  • LIFE (Michal Rychlawski, PL, 2015, 01'34)
  • WOOLEN COGWHEELS (Bartosz Kedzierski, PL, 2014, 14'00)
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    • FRIDAY, NOV 25, 12:30 ART+




    PAF Other Visions

    76 min
    in Czech, with English subs

    PAF Other Visions

  • Sleepless (David Možný, CZ, 2015, 8´20)
  • The Earth Trembles (Michal Cáb, Aleš Cermák, CZ, 2015, 15´57)
  • Marmotour (Petra Lelláková, Vladimíra Vecerová, CZ, 2015, 4´24)
  • In the Same Breath (Tereza Adámková, CZ, 2015, 06´00)
  • Camera (Petr Krátký, CZ, 2015, 3´30)
  • From Adult to Children Section (Helush Yiraq, CZ, 2015, 2´48)
  • The Future Belongs to Helium (David Helán, CZ, 2015, 3´27)
  • Back To One #02 (Jakub Jurásek, CZ, 2015, 4´43)
  • Sound from the Desert (Janek Rous, CZ, 2015, 25´14)
  • PRESENT, PERFECT, CONTINUOUS (David Prílucík, CZ, 2015, 3´03)
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    Best of Viborg Animation Workshop

    71 min
    in Danish, with English subs

    Best of Viborg Animation Workshop

  • The Saga of Biorn (Benjamin Kousholt, DK, 2011, 7:06)
  • Fibers (Nynne Steen Mors, DK, 2015, 4:00)
  • Tsunami (Sofie N. Kampmark, DK, 7:14)
  • Rob`n`Ron (Magnus Igland Møller & Peter Smith, DK, 2013, 3:40)
  • Mellem Væggene (Sara Jespersen Holm, DK, 8:02)
  • Tiger (Pernille Kjær, DK, 5:51)
  • Abuela Grillo (Denis Chapon, DK, 12:42)
  • Plastic (Chintis Lundgren, DK, 1:34)
  • Untamed (Juliette Viger, DK, 7:38)
  • interview (Mikkel Okholm, DK, 5:17)
  • The Reward (Mikkel Mainz Elkjær & Kenneth Ladekjær, DK, 9:01)
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    • FRIDAY, NOV 25, 16:30 ART+




    Best of Danske Filmskolen

    86 min
    in Danish, with English subs

    Best of Danske Filmskolen

    The best graduation films from the past 20 years selected by the National Film School of Denmark

  • Little Big Dog (Bo Hagen Clausen, 1998, 07'00)
  • Araki – The Killing of a Japanese Photographer (Anders Morgenthaler, 2002, 07'00)
  • The Shadow in Sara (Karla von Bengtson, 2004, 07'24)
  • The Sylpphid (Dorte Bengtson, 2008, 7'00)
  • Heavy Heads (Helena Frank, 2010, 7'20)
  • Christmas Piggy (Rickard Stampe Söderström, 2010, 07'00)
  • Having a Brother (Esben Toft Jacobsen, 2006, 7'32)
  • Whole (William Reynish, 2014, 12'00)
  • Jytte – A Danish Hero (Morten Zachariassen, 2016, 13'49)
  • Ztriwer (Amalie Naesby, 2016, 10'00)
  • DANISH FOCUS

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    • FRIDAY, NOV 25, 14:30 ART+

    >> FOR THE KIDS




    MATINÉE


    for children over 4
    no dialogues

    Matinée

  • Hare's Big Day (Dace Riduze, LV, 2016, 10'00)
  • The Wolf Catches a Cold (Ivana Guljaševic Kuman, HR, 2016, 03'20)
  • Hey Deer! (Örs Bárczy, HU, 2015, 07'00)
  • Frozen Fun (Verena Fels, DE, 2015, 03'53)
  • Miriam`s Stray Dog (, EE, 2015, 05'05)
  • Little Thing (Or Kan tor, IL, 2016, 05'00)
  • The Birdie (Yekaterina Filippova, RU, 2015, 02'40)
  • CATS & DOGS (Jesús Pérez, Gerd Gockell, CH, 2015, 06'09)
  • First Snow (Lenka Ivancíková, CZ, 2015, 13'34)
  • FOR THE KIDS

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    • SATURDAY, NOV 26, 11:00 ART+




    PAJAMATOR (CONCERT)

    by Rutkai Bori Banda
    Hungary, 60 min
    in Hungarian

    Pizsamátor

    FOR THE KIDS

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    ROUNDTABLE: ANIMATION FESTIVALS


    60 min
    in English

    ANILOGUE FORUMS

    Roundtable on the new ways animation festival organisers are reaching out to their audiences in the digital age.

    ANILOGUE SPECIALS

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    ROUNDTABLE: ANIMATION SCHOOLS


    60 min
    in English

    ANILOGUE FORUMS

    Roundtable with and about teaching animation in schools and universities. Our guest teachers discuss.

    ANILOGUE SPECIALS

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    MEET THE FILMMAKERS

    60 min
    in English

    MEET THE FILMMAKERS

    Join us for a coffee and some snacks, meet the festival's visiting filmmakers, enter the informal dialogue between animation professionals.

    ANILOGUE SPECIALS

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    ANILOGUE AWARDS

    60-80 min
    in original language, with English subs

    AWARD CEREMONY

    The juries of Anilogue 2016 will annouce their decision on Saturday evening. Two main awards will be handed out: the Best Animated Short and the Best Animated Feature of 2016. Besides, every jury member will be asked to pick a competition film for a Special Award. The Audience Choice award will be based on the votes of the festival audience.

    All the awarded short films are compiled to this single programme as part of the Anilogue Awards Show.

    ANILOGUE SPECIALS

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