Films

Something About My Mother

Something About My Mother

Race

Race

Baltic Premiere
United Kingdom, 2016, Yan Dan Wong   
Medicine, shower, eat, sleep, repeat. A daughter races to tend to her elderly mother’s daily needs. Until one day, when she cannot take it anymore and refuses to attend to her mother, the racetrack breaks.

Ooze

Ooze

Baltic Premiere
Switzerland, 2017, Vilim Kilian   
In his everyday life, an elevator boy is confronted with the loneliness and the "ups and downs" of his service. When he tries to attract the attention of his guests, he makes a very different, gloomy encounter with himself.

Oh Mother!

Oh Mother!, "O Matko!"

Poland, 2017, Paulina Ziolkowska   
Mother and son are changing places and roles constantly: In one moment, the mother may be an adult, in another 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.

Microdistrict

Microdistrict, "Микрорайон"

Bulgaria, United Kingdom, 2017, Ivelina Ivanova    
Snaps of everyday human interactions assembled in a rhythmic montage that explore the relationship between men, architecture and nature in the context of Bulgarian post-socialist residential neighbourhoods.

Summer’s Puke is Winter’s Delight

Summer’s Puke is Winter’s Delight, "Natsu No Gero Wa Huyu No Sakana"

Japan, 2016, Sawako Kabuki    
Painful events become memories over time. Still. We vomit and eat again. Life is Eco.

Tête à Tête

Tête à Tête

Baltic Premiere
United Kingdom, 2017, Natasha Tonkin
A young woman visits her family. Over the weekend tensions flare, whilst technology provides an easy respite. As Kerri’s gaze shifts from the screen, she discovers a deeper kind of connection.

"The Stranger" In My Head

"The Stranger" In My Head, "„Stranac“ u mojoj glavi"

Croatia, 2017, Petra Balekić   
The film is in a sense a reconstruction of the book The Stranger written by Albert Camus. I've read that book 12 years ago. I mostly remember the influence the book left on me and the atmosphere it created, but when it comes to characters and action in it, there remain only fragments. So I tried to give those fragments some context for this short animation.

Sog

Sog

Baltic Premiere
Germany, 2017, Jonatan Schwenk    
After a flood, some fish got stuck in old trees. In danger of drying-out they scream sharply. Woken up by the noise, the inhabitants of a nearby cave don't feel happy about the unintended gathering.

Remember How We Used To Play?

Remember How We Used To Play?

United Kingdom, 2017, Matthias Cuciniello    
The film follows a boy on his visit to his estranged father.

Tendrils

Tendrils

Estonia, 2017, Helen Woolston    
When one human finds shelter inside a botanical glasshouse, the plants use their strange beauty to tease and play with him, trying to reawaken a dormant connection. However, the plants have a completely different set of social norms than the visitor is accustomed to.

Muteum

Muteum

Estonia, Hong Kong SAR China, 2017, Äggie Pak Yee Lee    
In an Art Museum, we better learn well, from outer to inner, from deep to very deep, serious and sincerely.

Schedule

22.11.2017
20:30 - 22:01
Tallinn, 
Kinomaja
Screening code: 062603
Guests
Sold out
Movie guests: 
23.11.2017
20:15 - 21:26
Tallinn, 
Kino Artis
Hall 2
Screening code: 071403
Sold out
Screenings with guests might end later than expected.

Programme

Animated Dreams Student Competition

Film info

Duration: 71 minutes

Race

Race

Baltic Premiere
United Kingdom, 2016, Yan Dan Wong   
Medicine, shower, eat, sleep, repeat. A daughter races to tend to her elderly mother’s daily needs. Until one day, when she cannot take it anymore and refuses to attend to her mother, the racetrack breaks.

Ooze

Ooze

Baltic Premiere
Switzerland, 2017, Vilim Kilian   
In his everyday life, an elevator boy is confronted with the loneliness and the "ups and downs" of his service. When he tries to attract the attention of his guests, he makes a very different, gloomy encounter with himself.

Oh Mother!

Oh Mother!, "O Matko!"

Poland, 2017, Paulina Ziolkowska   
Mother and son are changing places and roles constantly: In one moment, the mother may be an adult, in another 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.

Microdistrict

Microdistrict, "Микрорайон"

Bulgaria, United Kingdom, 2017, Ivelina Ivanova    
Snaps of everyday human interactions assembled in a rhythmic montage that explore the relationship between men, architecture and nature in the context of Bulgarian post-socialist residential neighbourhoods.

Summer’s Puke is Winter’s Delight

Summer’s Puke is Winter’s Delight, "Natsu No Gero Wa Huyu No Sakana"

Japan, 2016, Sawako Kabuki    
Painful events become memories over time. Still. We vomit and eat again. Life is Eco.

Tête à Tête

Tête à Tête

Baltic Premiere
United Kingdom, 2017, Natasha Tonkin
A young woman visits her family. Over the weekend tensions flare, whilst technology provides an easy respite. As Kerri’s gaze shifts from the screen, she discovers a deeper kind of connection.

"The Stranger" In My Head

"The Stranger" In My Head, "„Stranac“ u mojoj glavi"

Croatia, 2017, Petra Balekić   
The film is in a sense a reconstruction of the book The Stranger written by Albert Camus. I've read that book 12 years ago. I mostly remember the influence the book left on me and the atmosphere it created, but when it comes to characters and action in it, there remain only fragments. So I tried to give those fragments some context for this short animation.

Sog

Sog

Baltic Premiere
Germany, 2017, Jonatan Schwenk    
After a flood, some fish got stuck in old trees. In danger of drying-out they scream sharply. Woken up by the noise, the inhabitants of a nearby cave don't feel happy about the unintended gathering.

Remember How We Used To Play?

Remember How We Used To Play?

United Kingdom, 2017, Matthias Cuciniello    
The film follows a boy on his visit to his estranged father.

Tendrils

Tendrils

Estonia, 2017, Helen Woolston    
When one human finds shelter inside a botanical glasshouse, the plants use their strange beauty to tease and play with him, trying to reawaken a dormant connection. However, the plants have a completely different set of social norms than the visitor is accustomed to.

Muteum

Muteum

Estonia, Hong Kong SAR China, 2017, Äggie Pak Yee Lee    
In an Art Museum, we better learn well, from outer to inner, from deep to very deep, serious and sincerely.