Short films

Presentation of awarded short films at the 15th International Animated Film Festival “ANIMATOR” in Poznań

room: Broadway
free entrance

9 October (Saturday), 5.00 p.m.
award-winning international films

1.”Souvenir Souvenir” by Bastien Dubois, France, 2020, 15’00
For ten years I pretended to listen to my grandfather’s memories of the Algerian War. Today I’m not sure if I want to listen to it or if I even want to make this movie.

2.”Folie douce, folie dure” / “Mild madness, lasting lunacy” Marine Laclotte, France, 2020, 18’00
A day in the life of several psychiatric hospitals – we meet extraordinary people who open up their privacy to us.

3.”Prince in a pastry shop” Katarzyna Agopsowicz, Poland, 2020, 16’00
A seemingly amusing story about happiness. Because happiness is only troubles – says the Not-so-Little Prince, listing out examples of these troubles.

4.”Family Name in The Pocket” by Stepan Koval, Ukraine, 2019, 13’14
A movie based on a true story. The woman travels the long road from the village where everyone has starved to death.

5.”Amayi” Subarna Das, India, 2020, 4’57
The story of a woman who is haunted by a childhood nightmare and her own destiny – she is to be the circumcision in her village.

6.”Push This Button, if You Begin to Panic” Gabriel Böhmer, Great Britain, 2020, 11’00
Bartholomew Whisper went to the doctor. There were only officials who adored the experimental treatments.

7.Mind My Mind “Floor Adams, Netherlands / Netherlands 2019, 29’40”
When we try to survive in a schema society, straying from the path is not easy.

10 October (Sunday), 5.00 p.m.
awarded Polish films

1.”Five Minutes Older”, dir. Sara Szymańska, 2020, 5’57
The twins are going to the lake to spend a lazy summer afternoon together. Their bond is so close that it is unknown where the life of one ends and the other begins.

2.”Love in times of coal-based economy”, dir. Tomasz Siwiński, 2021, 12′
Prehistoric fish takes its first steps on dry land. Meanwhile, in Poland it is 1963 and the winter of the century.

3.”Prince in a pastry shop”, Katarzyna Agopsowicz, Poland, 2020, 16’00
A seemingly amusing story about happiness. Because happiness is only trouble – says the Not-so-Little Prince, listing out examples of these troubles.

4.”Dog’s Field”, dir. Michalina Musialik, 2020, 11’48
Locked in the apartment, along with the decaying body of the owner, the animals try to survive.

5.”Empty Room”, dir. Jakub Baniak, 2020, 15’30
A film about human relations with the environment.