CCA | Sunday 4 October | 12 pm
Thanks to our partner festival MIAFF: Montreal International Animation Film Festival for selecting their best short films for this screening.
Directed by David Jansen
Germany | 2015 | 15m | An angel, a wolf child, a cat. The film “Daewit”, animated in the tradition of wood cut technique, tells the story of an abandoned child, who grows up with wolfs after his mother rescued him from his violent father.
Directed by Mauro Carraro
Switzerland | 2014 | 5m25s | A black sun rises on Leman Lake. In a surrealist backlit scene, swimmers and birds witness the spectacle of the dawn, hypnotized by the music of a cellist.
Directed by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro
Italy | 2014 | 10m | The idea of “BEAUTY” is born by the challenge to describe the most important emotions that everyone can feel in their life, from birth to death, through fear, sexuality, pain and love.
Castillo Y El Armado
Directed by Pedro Harres
Brazil | 2014 | 10m | Castillo is a young dockworker who lives in the coast between Brazil and Uruguay. On a windy night, he faces his own brutality on the line of the fishhook.
Last Dance On The Main
Directed by Aristofanis Soulikias
Canada | 2014 | 3m | An animated documentary on the demolition of a row of historic buildings on Montreal’s St Laurent boulevard, also known as “The Main”, by politicians and building developers, and the resistance put up by the burlesque artists and the local community.
House Of Unconsciousness
Directed by Priit Tender
Estonia | 2015 | 11m | A psychedelic drama about a chimney sweeper and a burning woman.
Directed by Juan Pablo Zaramella
Argentina | 2012 | 6m20s | In a world controlled and timed by light, an ordinary man has a plan that could change the natural order of things.
Directed by Roman Kaelin, Falko Paeper & Florian Wittmann
Germany | 2014 | 5m | How can a tiny organism change everything we kinow and make the difference between et faire la différence entre the growth and the extinction?