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U900 – Twist and Shout

Yosuke Kihara (2010)

Behind U900 duo there is an unknown story. Rabbit U wanted to be a guitar hero but guitars were too big for his body and he had to give up his dream. On his way to Hawaii, he found a ukulele and decided to start playing. When he was back to Japan, he met a […]

The First Step

Tsuneo Goda (2008)

A sunny day, Komaneko decided to do a stop motion film. It writes the storyboards, makes teddies and draws cover arts. And when it is ready, Komaneko starts to shoot his movie with his beautiful 8 mm camera, checking every screenshot. But suddenly, a nasty fly interrupts its work. Will Komaneko finish its project? Tsuneo […]

Entre Ciel et Mer (Contes Celestes)

D. Gautier & I. Iborra (2005)

The moon is quiet looking at the calm sea and the horizon is relaxed in the nocturnal landscape.But peace is not going to last forever, the human being is going to let his paw print of civilization. What the moon is going to do to face the invasion? Irene Iborra and David Gautier also did […]

El viaje de Maria

Miguel Gallardo (2010)

A trip to the inner world of an autistic teenager. A trip full of color, love and creativity that starts with a mother and a father in full disorientation at the special behavior of his daughter. In this short film produced by La Fundación Orange, the animation gets the tenderness of a father that explains […]

Old Fangs

Adrien Merigeau (2010)

A young wolf travels, accompanied of two friends, to the forest where he passed his childhood. The more he go deep into the forest, the more intense are the emotions he has to face. His memories are deep as the scars that were originated with the relationship with his father, who hasn’t seen since he […]


Deparis, Ripstein & Rius (2010)

What could happen if the gravity stopped working from up to down? Or what if it works randomly? Or even what if everything was a game where humans are the characters? Guillaume Plantevin is an illustrator specialized in pixel-art, Babette Design. He works for publicity, films and illustrated children books.  


Bichard & Cunningham (2010)

The human being arrives to Mars ready to collonialize another planet. “Mars” is a short film with a satirical look at humanity and with a strong message in defense of the environment. Joe Bichard is an animation director, designer and writer based in London. He studied at Kingston University and at the Royal College of […]


Terranova, Poretti, Zappalà & Bianco (2008)

The miracle of birth is eternal. The creation of life exists everywhere, even in imagined ecosystems, in unknown galaxies, remote ages or futures still to live. Babau transport us through the music in a world where fantastic beings, based in creatures of Japanese tales, live together. Bianco, Porretti and Terranova were born in Turín and […]


Kirsten Lepore (2010)

Aquests escenaris naturals són ara els decorats més atractius que un es pot imaginar.


Patrick Jean (2010)

The retro video games and its pixelated characters, invade the Earth. The real world faces the virtual world that homogenizes it all. At the end the world is not going to be much more than a cubic pixel. So back are left the curves and unexpected shapes. After years working as a designer for the […]

The tiny fish

Sergei Ryabov (2007)

Inside a kid’s world, any small event can become an exciting and dangerous adventure. Even wonderful things like a drawn fish becoming real can happen. Sergei Ryabov was born in 1977 in Schelkovo, Russia. In 1995, he graduated at Moscow Art College and started his career as a jewellery artist. Shortly after, he studied at […]

Snejinka (Snowflake)

Natalia Chernysheva (2012)

A kid from an African village receives a letter. In it there’s a paper snowflake. The wishes of the kid become true and t whole landscape changes. Zebras, giraffes and monkeys are going to face the snow and the winter. Natalia Chernyshev was born in 1984 in Sverdlovsk, Russia. She graduated in graphic design and […]

KJFG num 5

Alexey Alexeev (2008)

A huge bear, a white rabbit and an excited wolf form a musical band that plays in the forest. A baffling title, a simple argument and a crazy sense of humor. Alexey Alexeev created these two minutes of animation to have fun, without a clear moral message and without fear of incomprehension. Alexei Alexeev is […]

The moustache

Anni Oja (2015)

In this city, men’s mustaches are a very serious topic. Two men will meet in a duel to discover, once and for all, who is who has the most formidable mustache. The city is too small for both. There’s no enough space for two mustaches. Anni Oja graduated at Turku Arts Academy in Finland. His […]

La queu de la souris (A mouse’s tale)

Benjamin Renner (2008)

The lion doesn’t need a lot of effort to catch the mouse. But the mouse is going to prove that cunning doesn’t have any relation with size. Benjamin Renner is young artist, animator and director with s solid audio-visual career. He got an international acclamation for his feature film “Ernest & Celestine”, based in the […]


Soulmagnon, Beneti, Eballard i Chaillet (2008)

Gary is in love with a red hair, a blue look, a perfect smile… But she just sees him as a child and not as a man. Although Gary’s heart is still the heart of a child, beats with strength. He is not yet a man yet, but he is very sure about facing his […]

It’s a big world

Hsinping Pan (2007)

The sweet and delicate music of the duo Renée & Jeremy and the colors and characters of the artist Hsinping Pan create a naïf and fascinating universe. Hsinping Pan is an animator and illustrator from Taiwan. I got the master in Animation and digital arts at the University of South of California. His works can […]


Grant Orchard (2011)

This is one of the short films that compose the series “LOVE SPORT”, created by Grand Orchard. In it appear some of the most popular sports as basketball, fencing, scuba diving or… even the domino! Dominoes are much more than pieces of colors in movement. The drawings that they can do are something out of […]

Jolly Rogers

Mark Baker (1997)

Two pirate crews, evil captain Jolly and the coward captain Roger, fight for a treasure in the middle of the sea. Born in London in 195’, Mark Baker is a recognized English animator author of films as “The Hill Farm (1988), The Village (1993) and “Jolly Roger” 1998. The most recent animation that made him […]

Panique au village

Stéphane Aubier i Vincent Patar (2003)

Toys get alive in this short episode part of a series. Cowboy and Indian fight for the cake their friend the Horse has baked. That’s just the beginning of a crazy adventure. As surreal as any kid’s imagination. Stéphane Aubier (1964) and Vincent Patar (1965), filmmakers and screenwriters, met at Cambre Art School of Brussels […]

Ma grand-mère repassait les chemises du roi

Torill Kove (2000)

Torill Kove’s grandmother used to tell him tales. One of them was about how she ironed the shirt of the king of Norway and how that became a secret action of the resistance against the Nazi invasion. The film mixes historical facts with imagination and humour to build a family myth. Torill Kove was born […]


Thomas Bourdis, Martin de Coudenhove, CarolineDomergue, Colin Laubry i Florian Vecchione (2013)

Two climbers from the beginning of the XX century try to transport the statue of a virgin to the top of a mountain. The care they put in the animation of this short film and its astonishing landscapes may make seem that the story is dramatic and sad, but the project goes much further than […]

Le retour

Natalia Chernysheva (2015)

When we grow up, places and things that belong to our childhood become small. But this doesn’t mean that the memories from the past become insignificant. Back home makes us feel as kids again. Natalia Chernyshev was born in 1984 in Sverdlovsk, Russia. She graduated at the State Academy of Architecture and Art of the […]

The lady with long hair

Barbara Bakos (2012)

An old woman remembers her life through the memory contained in her long white hair. While she is making the suitcase to leave, she reviews her lived experiences and the people she met. Her hair will mark her the path she must travel from now on. Barbara Bakos grew up in Budapest and does not […]

Little Monkey

Delphine Dussoubs (2011)

A young monkey has to face and overcome the fire. The story is a metaphor of the fear of growing up in order to obtain the independence. Delphine Dussoubs did this short film as a final project at EMCA Angulema in 2011. She is an artistic director, animator and freelance illustrator settled in Paris and […]

Rabbit and deer

Péter Vácz (2010)

Rabbit and Deer live happily until their friendship is put to the test because of Deer new obsession: explore a new dimension. The characters discover that there’s a different reality beyond the 2D white paper where they live. Péter Vácz is an awarded animation director of Budapest, Hungary, born in 1988. He graduated at Mômes, […]

Golden age of insect aviation

Wayne Unten (2013)

In 1903, Olivia Wright was the first one to pilot a grasshopper. The plot of this short film is longer to explain than to watch. As a result of his boredom, Wayne Unten recorded a grasshopper with his mobile phone. Later on, he added the animation with TV Paint. This 10 seconds short film in […]


Guionne Leroy (1998)

Animation history has some jewels like this short film made in the late 90’s. The author, Guionne Leroy plays with the moulded paste to create an animated musical poem, with the music of Purcell King Arthur and based in the legend of king Arthur and the Excalibur sword. The king Arthur, creator of the knight’s […]

La Traviata

Guionne Leroy (1998)

A wonderful celebration starts around the cake. Sweets, creams, little breads, cocktails and truffles participate transforming a cake without decoration to a precious gift. Everything while “No Siamo Zingarelle, Scene X of the second act of the Traviata by Giuseppe Verdi, is playing. The short film is an extraction of the film “L’Opéra Imaginaire”, coordinated […]

Tant the forêts

Burcu Sankur i Geoffrey Godet (2014)

A forest full of life that feeds a paper factory that produces newspapers to talk about color and life. Paradoxically, deforestation is used to make paper where the dangers of deforestation are explained. Burku Sankur and Geoffrey Godet, both graduates at Supinfocom 2013, started to create small projects together during their studies. Burcu, is passionate […]

Rhapsodie pour un Pot-au-feu

Charlotte Cambon, Soizic Mouton,Stéphanie Mercier et Marion Roussel (2012)

Three generations live together under the same roof. Their coexistence is like a choreography, full of stress, humor and rampage. The family mother strives to reunite her family around the table, to eat the delicious recipe she cooked for them. That was the graduation project of Charlotte Cambon, Soizic Mouton, Stéphanie Mercier and Marion Roussel […]

Princesa china

Tomàs Bases (2015)

A siamese cat was a little girl in his passed life. And before that she was a Chinese princess and before a mother and before a lioness and before… The reincarnation circle transforms us throughout the times in all kind of beings. You get born and die to get born again. Tomás Bases was born […]

Haiti – Tablo A

PDA/Mario Torrecillas (2015)

Adline loves playing football, but she just can use a plastic bottle as a ball. “Tablo” is a documental short film realized by 40 children from refugee camps of Onaville, Haití, from a workshop commissioned by Intermon Oxfam. A team of animators of PDA Films, directed for Mario Torrecillas, visited Coraille-Cesselesse school, near Puerto del […]


Patrick Schoenmaker (2015)

The obsession to win at “BINGO!” makes that an old lady to put upside down the residence where she lives. It’s a comic and intense adventure with old age as a main character. Patrick Schoenmaker is the author of this film that has achieved a lot of rewards. He is a character designer and animator. […]


Uri Lotan (2014)

In an old and forgotten music box, a wooden doll is trapped in space and time. While the doll is walking in circles, around her, life is passing. Days become months and months become years. Official music video – Ma’agalim by Jane Bordeaux. “Ma’agalim” means “Circle” in Hebrew. Uri Lotan is an animation director currently settled in […]

Zeezucht (Jonas and the Sea)

Marlies van der Wel (2015)

There is just one place Jonas has been dreaming about it since he was a kid: the sea. Under the waves, with the fish, is the only place in the world that he feels as home. See the sea or swim in it isn’t enough for Jonas. He wants to be part of it. He […]

Land without evil

Katalin Egely (2017)

Film based in a Guaraní legend. The elements that compose nature coexist happily and without judgments. Animals, landscapes and plants form a unique being. Katalin Egely graduated in 2013 at University Moholy-Nagy of Art and Design of Budapest. Her studies from the beginning were focused in animation, but she got attracted for the spontaneous and […]


Julia Ocker (2015)

Wolf has a secret hobby. But a sassy goose discovers it and makes fun of him. Finally, both will leave their differences on a side to get along. Julia Ocker is an animation director; designer and writer settle id Stuttgart. She was born in 1992 in Pforzheim, Germany, and grown up in Black Forrest. Between […]

Spring jam

Ned Wenlock (2016)

At the end, everyone can contribute in its own way. A young stag wants to join the chorus, but the birds in his horns can’t sing. A tale about the necessity of being accepted and how the creativity can affront what’s homogeneous and considered “normal”. Ned Wenlock is an animator, illustrator and designer from New […]

Pic Pic et André

V. Patar i S. Aubler ()

Pic Pic tries to listen music in his gramophone, but the needle isn’t working. The pig will look for a crazy and stupid solution to his problem. That’s one of the episodes from the animated series of the adventures of the magic pig Pic Pic and the evil horse André. Stéphane Aubier (1964) and Vincent […]

Choir tour

Edmunds Jansons (2012)

An excited children choir in a hotel and their desperate director trying to control them. A musical persecution that experience with colors, forms and the illustration, while the soundtrack composed by Girts Biss its playing. 4 minutes full of sensorial explosion that convinced the jury of festivals as Animafest of Zagreb, the animation international festival […]

Over the hill

Peter Baynton (2007)

It seems that live at Over the Hill residence is boring, quiet and monotonous. But something different and exciting is up to happen. Three old women are about to have an amazing adventure to discover the secret that the residence is hiding. Peter Baynton is an animator and film director, creator of the animation studio […]