Everything is possible in the animated world: children in space suits, big city goats, or geometric figures families can all have some extraordinary adventures. All of this so we can look at the reality around from a greater distance. The power of animation lies in a combination of an unusual form and often a surprising message. We finish issuing tickets 30 minutes before the screening or when there are no more left.




He Can’t Live Without Cosmos, dir. Konstantin Bronzit (Russian Federation) 2019, 16’

A story of a woman and her son who is born … in a space suit. The boy’s dreams of a space flight are toned down by his mother as space has already taken someone away from her.

Film awarded at Annecy IAFF and Animafest Zagreb.




Time o’ the Signs, dir. Reinhold

Bidner (Austria) 2019, 9’

An experimental animation about digital time thieves of our time, media stupidity and ongoing daily routines. How do we (not) want to live in a future society?

Film presented e.g. at Annecy IAFF and Animafest Zagreb.




Sh_t Happens, dir. Michaela Mihalyi, David Štumpf (Czech Republic) 2019, 13’

The exhausted caretaker, his frustrated wife and one totally depressed deer. Their mutual despair leads them to absurd events, because… shit happens all the time.

Film presented e.g. at Venice IFF and Sundace FF.





Hern, dir. Urszula Morga (Poland) 2019, 8’

A dog abandoned on the

edge of a forest gets a chance to take revenge on its owners, who must confront the spirit of the forest. Film presented at IAFF Animator.





2 minutes 20, dir. Justin Gueguen, Annastassja Delayen (France) 2019, 3’

There is a ticking noise from everywhere – the man is surrounded by timepieces. Will he free himself from the power of omnipresent clocks?

Film presented e.g. at Animateka IAFF.





Quiet, dir. Marianne Bundgaard Nielsen (Norway) 2018, 7’ 

What can children do but to stay quiet?

Film presented at Banja Luka IAFF. Polish premiere.





The Levers, dir. Boyoung Kim (Republic of Korea) 2019, 9’

A guy accepts a job offer from a stranger on the street: all he has to do is to pull some levers while listening to his favorite music. He was satisfied with his new job, until he heard some strange sound coming from the wall.

Film presented e.g. at Annecy IAFF and Animafest Zagreb.




Wind, dir. Dana Sink (USA) 2019, 2’

The wind moves flags, fans and clouds of steam. In the animator’s vision, those small elements become… a dancer.

Polish premiere.





Rain, dir. Piotr Milczarek (Poland) 2019, 5’

Short animated film about collective consciousness. 

Film awarded e.g. at Annecy IAFF and IAFF Animator.



Nov 24 2020


16:30 - 17:45

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