EU Young Talents Competition Programme
When Big finds a new toy to play with, Tiny doesn't take it very well.
Dyslexia is often called associative thinking. Three dimensional thinking is shown in form of little worlds. The forest that blocks the view. Liquids trying to find a form. Drawers which are organizing objects up to the constantly moving newspaper in the wind. Each episode represents a form of dyslexia as well as a phase in the struggle with dyslexia.
In a doctor’s cosy waiting room the cold and ugly sides of human behaviour are revealed while some of the patients enjoy an ice cream.
Sand animation about three people and one fox. How obsession pulls, friend refuses to let go and how hard it is to forget. It’s a story of a situation so muddy it’s difficult to come out of it intact. The wicked fox can’t help even if she really wants to.
After a flood, some fish get stuck in old trees. In danger of drying-out they scream piercingly. Woken up by the noise, the inhabitants of a nearby cave don't feel very happy about the unintended gathering.
The film is a kind of a reconstruction of the book The Stranger by Albert Camus. I read it 12 years ago. I remember mostly the influence the book left on me and the atmosphere it created, but when it comes to characters and action in the book there are only fragments left. So I tried to put those fragments into some context in this short animation.
An ordinary morning becomes extraordinary when there's a knock at the door. If you don't succeed in life at first, try again.
Belgija, 2016, hd, 5:40
What if your window was your view. Would you like it to be cleaned or would you cover it? Do you have a choice? Hidden in our own world, our own illusions about out there. Kastaars is about seeing and being seen.
Everyone wants to see the clown. But what's taking him so long?
In his everyday life, an elevator boy is confronted with the loneliness and the "up and down" of his service. When he tries to attract the attention of his guests, he makes a very different, gloomy encounter with himself.
Snow White Cologne is a visual poem, post-rationalizing the struggle of a young girl's drug addiction. There's love and loss, good and bad. This film is an emotional journey based on a true, personal story.
Don’t Think of a Pink Elephant enters the world of a girl who has to fight against compulsions brought on by anxiety. Layla is terrified by her potential to do harm, until she is challenged to face her darkest fear.
Mother and son are changing places and roles constantly: once, the mother is an adult, sometimes the son matures and takes care of his suddenly childish mother. The arrangement works fine, until the boy decides to escape from under the skirt of the overprotective mother and start an independent life.