5 short animated films that are free flowing and thought provoking, with a common sensibility and stunning visual style. Experience urban tales, climate angst, mothers with Alzheimer’s and groovy pink apes! Q&A with Valentine Moser (Elise) directly after the screening Sunday 03.11.19 17:00, Zita 2.
The Flood is Coming by Gabriel Böhmer, 8:47 min, Switzerland, UK, 2018
A forest hermit tries to prepare for a flood, but he becomes distracted by his noisy neighbor, who happens to be the hermit's left eye. The Flood is Coming explores the growing anxiety about the state of nature and our place in it.
Elise by Valentine Moser, 6 min, Switzerland, 2018 - GUEST Valentine Moser!
Alzheimer’s disease is preventing Elise from understanding the world around her. Soon, her daughter, her last anchor to reality, won't be enough to keep her from diving into her memories.
Why Slugs Have No Legs by Aline Höchli, 11 min, Switzerland, 2019
Slugs have a hard time keeping up with the pace of life in the city of insects. When a financial crisis hits, the industrious bees see only one solution.
First Thirst by Dimitri Armenakis, 4:38 min, Greece, 2018
A monster is after a tribe of apes, only to find a big surprise.
Deep Love by Mykyta Lyskov, 14 min, Ukraine, 2019
Deep love has finally happened in Ukraine.