Animated short film program 1

PTSD

Directed by: Claudia Cortés Espejo, Lora D'Addazio, Mathilde REMY

SSPT is the combination of 3 shorts. First there is this poor little Billy, creepy kid with PTSD, vainly trying to help his mother. Then there are those 3 little ducks trying to understand what this weird bird is doing in "their" pond. And then this endless chain of violence, spreading from one to another. Three stories, three styles, three directors.

Per tutta la vita

Directed by: Roberto Catani

Through a journey back in memory, a woman and a man retrace the more important moments of their love story.

Randall

Directed by: Carlos Barrón, Dave Merson Hess, Justin Taber

An aimless dog is caught in the current of a multi-generational soda habit.

Framed

Directed by: Marco Jemolo

FRAMED is a noir animated short-film, which explores the sensitive subject of alienation in society.

Shy & Ketchup

Directed by: Teresa Romo

A shy girl obsessed with ketchup has to get out of her comfort zone when she runs out of her beloved ketchup.

Carlotta's Face

Directed by: Valentin Riedl, Frédéric Schuld

As a child, Carlotta didn’t expect the people around here to have faces. She even doesn’t recognize her own face. Years later, she learns about a rare, untreatable deficit of her brain. It was art, after all, that offered her a way to finally recognize herself.

The Person in Crevice

Directed by: Lu Tingting

This is a stream of consciousness animation about a non-male and non-female character who constantly wants to get involved in the rules of the game of the other gender. It imitates the flow of natural time in the way of the whole painting.

PENUMBRA

Directed by: Wilma Harju

Being in a mental state of limbo, how do you cope with it? What happens in the body and the mind and how do they relate to each other?

The Theory Of Sunset

Directed by: Roman Sokolov

Deep at night, a dedicated cyclist traverses the wintry forest. The challenge: make sure this new day gets off to a fresh and timely start.