Filmfestival & Tricky Women
Presented by Kimmo Sillanmikko, Festival Director of Turku Animated Film Festival. Q&A with Finnish director Jenny Jokela (Barbeque, Live a little) after Tricky Women, directly after the screening Saturday 02.11.19 13:45, Zita 2.
Two guest blocks in one screening: Finnish Animation Today from Turku Animated Film Festival, followed by a selection of shorts from the Austrian animation festival Tricky Women.
Guest block: Turku Animated Film Festival
Masquerade by Emma Rautala, 6 min, Finland, 2019
Who are you really beneath all your masks?
Still Lives by Elli Vuorinen, 6 min, Finland, 2019
Seven traditional figurines from various times and places, explore the themes of busy stillness and modern life.
Barbeque by Jenny Jokela, 5:44 min, Finland, UK, 2017
This film is a journey through the methods of coping with post-traumatic stress disorder, and an exploration of shame and feelings of disembodiment.
Live a little by Jenny Jokela, 3:43 min, Finland, UK, 2018
Against the pressures that go into being a ”good woman” in a patriarchal society, let’s celebrate women who decide to not care.
Mother and Milk by Ami Lindholm, 10 min, Finland, 2019
A mom just gave birth. A flood of breast milk covers everything – her home, work, friends, relationship and a good night’s sleep.
Guest block: Tricky Women
You Are Still There by Ingrid Gaier, 4:13 min, Austria, 2017
Mrs. Pribil died at the age of 86 in the apartment shown in the film. Right until the end, only her husband’s name was written on the door plate, even though she survived him by many years. A visualization of a poem by Rose Ausländer.
Knagglig by Amelie Schlögelhofer, 2:53 min, Austria, 2017
Exploring the comedy of daily life by zooming in on self-optimization - and the struggle it entails.
Lanes by Evelyn Kreinecker, 5 min, Austria, 2017
People pursue their paths: day by day, by choice or by necessity, seeking happiness, finding uncertainty. Where should – can – must we go?
Muybridge's Disobedient Horses by Anna Vasof, 4 min, Austria, 2018
What happens when we use everyday situations, objects, spaces and actions as cinematographic mechanisms? Can we find the essence of cinematic illusion when we look into everyday life?
How to adapt by Maria Chalela, 1:25 min, Austria, 2017
These are the rules about how to adapt as a human to the contemporary world.
Gerda Wunsch, The story of my grandmother as persecuted Jew in World War II by Bernadette Moser, Barbara Ecker, 6:12 min, Austria, 2016
A documentary story about holocaust survivor Gerda Wunsch, and her early life: as a child escaping from a concentration camp in Poland, the loss of her father Alois, the years of fear and terror spent in hiding - and when the war was over, the return to Vienna.