Films

Best Of Polish Animation

Best Of Polish Animation

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.

Impossible figures and other stories II

Impossible figures and other stories II, "Figury niemozliwe i inne historie II"

Poland, 2016, Marta Pajek    
The protagonist of the film is a woman who trips and falls, while rushing around the house. She gets up, only to discover, that her home has unusual features – it is built from paradoxes, filled with illusions and covered with patterns.

Locus

Locus

Poland, 2016, Anita Kwiatkowska-Nagvi
A woman on an empty train in the middle of the night. Lonely, anxious to get back home to her husband and son. When the train suddenly brakes, she looks through the window. What she sees will change her life.

Gyros dance

Gyros dance

Poland, 2016, Piotr Loc Hoang Ngoc
In a city where it's crowded and where there's a lot of sunshine, two mice live together under one roof, close to each other and very different. The house is also their place of work, the work is boring and hard. He is fine with that, she dreams of being a TV star.

Bernard

Bernard

Poland, 2017, Anna Oparkowska
A short story about loneliness, maladjustment and the desperate need of closeness, set in a severe winter landscape. Bernard faces the stereotype of an animal predator, one you wouldn’t cross paths with. Feeling resigned, he tries to express the truth about his isolation, and suppress the call of nature in him.

Schedule

23.11.2017
20:00 - 20:57
Tallinn, 
Kinomaja
Screening code: 072605
Sold out
Screenings with guests might end later than expected.

Programme

Shorts Panorama

Film info

Duration: 57 minutes

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.

Impossible figures and other stories II

Impossible figures and other stories II, "Figury niemozliwe i inne historie II"

Poland, 2016, Marta Pajek    
The protagonist of the film is a woman who trips and falls, while rushing around the house. She gets up, only to discover, that her home has unusual features – it is built from paradoxes, filled with illusions and covered with patterns.

Locus

Locus

Poland, 2016, Anita Kwiatkowska-Nagvi
A woman on an empty train in the middle of the night. Lonely, anxious to get back home to her husband and son. When the train suddenly brakes, she looks through the window. What she sees will change her life.

Gyros dance

Gyros dance

Poland, 2016, Piotr Loc Hoang Ngoc
In a city where it's crowded and where there's a lot of sunshine, two mice live together under one roof, close to each other and very different. The house is also their place of work, the work is boring and hard. He is fine with that, she dreams of being a TV star.

Bernard

Bernard

Poland, 2017, Anna Oparkowska
A short story about loneliness, maladjustment and the desperate need of closeness, set in a severe winter landscape. Bernard faces the stereotype of an animal predator, one you wouldn’t cross paths with. Feeling resigned, he tries to express the truth about his isolation, and suppress the call of nature in him.