Martin Groetzschel/Benjamin Manderbach - Germany, 2011, 5`
The dance, as a feeling of individuality is quickly threatened by the march of the masses.
Ivan Klepac/Slave Lukarov - Croatia, 2011, 6`
After the fall, a clothes peg ends up under the balcony where, in time, a social community of all fallen members has flourished.
In spite of rich social life, all clothes pegs share the same dream - to return back on the line.
Flora Molinié - France, 2011, 3`
In the solitude of her bathroom, a young woman, overwhelmed by her daily existence, tries to regain some form of serenity.
THE HOLY CHICKEN OF LIFE AND MUSIC
Nomint - Greece, 2010, 3`
This short film tells the story of the Holy Chicken, a magnificent beast, worshipped and exploited, in a tale of love and regret, art and science, Life and Music.
Eva Becker - Germany, 2011, 17`
n arratives is a surreal, offbeat humour, low-key comedy cartoon show in amazing MULTICOLOURWIDESCREENMADNESSTECHNOLOGY. Episode one is about causality errors, lookism, four-colour pens, lunacy and the complexity of life in general.
Kirstjan Holm - Estonia, 2011, 10`
On one totally ordinary warm summer night the residents of a totally ordinary apartment house happen to gather in the yard. A citizen of questionable motives takes advantage of the situation and the ending of course is quite expectable.
I RIDE TO THE EDGE OF THE ATMOSPHERE IN A HALF HOUR ON MY BICYCLE
Michel Klöfkorn - Germany, 2011, 9`
I'm trying to understand society. I'm trying to understand the economy. I'm trying to understand the nation. The militarism, the history. I'm riding my bicycle to the edge of the atmosphere in half an hour... it's only 14 kilometres.
Béla Weisz - Hungary, 2011, 1`
The film takes a look at the recent past of Europe with the help of a symbolic narrative of abstract forms and also asks the big question about the near future: Quo vadis, Europe?
Joni Männistö - Finland, 2011, 7`
A child discovers life inside a dead bird and starts to play with it.
Afarin Eghbal - UK, 2011, 9`
In a small apartment in Buenos Aires, an old woman eagerly awaits the birth of her grandchild and all the joys of becoming a grandmother. However, horrific circumstances means she will be forced to wait for over 30 years. Using real-life testimonials, this animated-documentary raises issues of memory, repression and loss.