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  • Roomates

    Sanity diminishes as the temperature rises.

  • Ming

    The film relates a Chinese woman’s experience as a live figure model while abroad. Ming depicts the Asian female body as an object of humiliation and investigates the psychological ramifications of the male gaze and constantly being labelled as exotic, as well as the clashing ideals of Eastern and Western standards of beauty and femininity.

  • Cabin Pressure

    This slapstick comedy with felt dolls portrays Graham Penge, a passenger obsessively following the in-flight safety regulations. But when a careless passenger sits next to him, Graham starts to panic and his imagination runs wild. Stop-motion animation of the film was slightly modified in post-production.

  • If you can

    Are you a good person? What do you think about your neighbours? Or your colleagues from work? What is your family like? Do you have a clear opinion on everyone? And what are they like? Nothing remarkable, you say? It's not easy to be a person that is described by a Winston Churchill quote in this film. Especially when you're only human.

  • Cat Days

    A young boy named Jiro doesn’t feel good at all. His father takes him to a doctor and finds out something incredible – the reason is not any disease, but rather the boy’s identity. While they’re waiting for DNA test results, the father is trying to cope with the situation… and both the father and the son have to deal with unusual and absurd situations.

  • Absent

    Austrian animator and sound designer Nikki Schuster draws on Freud’s theory about the magical phase of childhood – on a combination of hopes and fears that things are capable of keeping their secrets from us. With stop-motion animation, the film explores the world and a strange subculture of discarded things in derelict houses and other remote places.

  • Tree9: Ma Ydoum Hal

    This music video by a young French director portrays a conversation between two friends who used to play music together. One of them is going through hard times, with a religious crisis upsetting his vision of the world.  The other one tries to understand him, to find a way that can bring them to meet.

  • Trump Dreams

    In this anidoc, the author visualises dreams about Donald Trump she collected from people all over the world in 2016. Hopes and fears related to the new president have left noticeable marks on the conscious and unconscious minds of the respondents and created astounding dream motifs that the director managed to interlink in various metamorphoses.

  • Good Intentions

    One year after Enough, Anna Mantzaris repeated her success by once again winning the Best Student Film Award at Anifilm. Good Intentions is again teeming with her quirky humour and fondness for escalated situations. After she causes a serious accident, the main heroine of the film tries to make up for her fatal mistake and subsequent imprudent decisions.

  • Mermaids and Rhinos

    8-year-old Matilda’s memories of her family as surrealistic visions come into view: the circus performer ex-mermaid grandmother, the erotically overheated mother and the missing father whose broken heart, anger and jealousy manifest as a rhino. Matilda’s life is full of grotesque, bizarre characters who are hungry for love.