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Suruaika – Vlad Ilicevici / Radu C Pop (Romania)

Kipu is a luxury chauffeur in a dark city, where the streets are full of cars and black cats. After he accidentally runs over the entire family of a little cat called Suruaika, Kipu adopts her and does all he can to keep her safe. As Kipu’s love for Suruaika grows, so does her body, and the streets become more and more crowded with black cats, new victims for countless little tragedies.


Lights – Jitka Nemikinsová (Czech Republic)

In the town of lightbulbs, a party for small flames is taking place. This will allow them to grow up and become a part of the system which will protect them and allow them to shine forever. But one flame likes to play with fire and it rebels against the system.


Passenger – Juan Pablo Zaramella (Argentina)

A journey through the conflictive relationship between a man, his social environment and codes.

The Sprayer – Farnoosh Abedi (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

In the land occupied with the sprayers army, no one has the right to grow any kind of plants either in public or private. So many of the people and soldiers do not even know how dose a plant grows or look like, until one day one of the soldiers finds a seed buried deep down in the dust and his curiosity is just the beginning of something extraordinary, something big, something revolutionary

Txotxongiloa – Sonia Estévez (Spain)

A female puppet appears locked in a room, prostrate on the floor and immobile. After several experiences, ropes are attached to her body and her movements begin to be more and more fluid. Each of the strings is associated with a scene related to an aspect of women’s social problems, such as the body, equality or gender.

Ethel – Beatrice Jäggi (Switzerland)

Ethel discovers boxes with glittering clothes of her late mother, who was a figure skater. In the snowy forest she searches for the idyllic pond where her mother once taught her to skate. She wants to relive those memories, attempts to understand her mother’s passion. On the frozen pond Ethel, however, encounters the Bone Ice Princess, who challenges her to a dangerous dance on thin ice. Will Ethel survive this contest in one piece? A tale of letting go and growing up.

Escape – Bruno Scopazzo (Argentina)

An ambitious inmate is obsessed with escaping from prison. He’s been planning his big escape for months, but when he’s about to make his move, he encounters an equally cunning police officer who’s determined to keep him behind bars. Will the inmate successfully break out of prison or will the officer foil his plans?  A shortfilm made from scratch in Unreal Engine 5.

The Torrential Melody – José Luis Saturno (Mexico)

A town suffering a long drought entrusts its destiny to a wandering musician who has the power to bring rain with his accordion´s music.

Passage – Eve Panneau / Margot Meleu / Matthieu Panel / Laëtitia Ponsot / Quentin Saumande / Victor Provost / Chloé Massat (France)

WWI 1917, somewhere in Europe Billy is a young soldier on his way to the front line. Suddenly the convoy is caught in a bombing raid. Hell rains down from the sky. Billy finds refuge in an old bunker, in which he discovers a strange path. His journey to war stops here, and a new one begins…

 I am – Shafigheh Asani (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

It is about the process of  women’s life from birth to death, despite all the problems ahead, especially in my society, Iran.

Water Drop – Selma El Malki (France)

A grand mother is not able to cry over the death of her husband. She shares her struggle to her  family, whom gives her the strangest advices to cry.

Oscar – Sixtine Bonnot (France)

Regis, an old widower living alone with his canary whom he loves more than anything, leads a quiet life that is disturbed by the arrival of a noisy neighbor next door.

Ana Morphose – Joao Rodrigues (Portugal)

A little girl reads herself to sleep. As she dozes off, the physical world starts melting into an alternate reality where the contents of a book rule over the laws of physics. Ana has to escape being swallowed by the overwhelming accumulation of printed knowledge and find her own space in a world where nothing is what it seems.

Pink Mountain – Thomas Kunstler (Greece)

An Ottoman fairy tale. The magical story of a forbidden love and how a young Florist turned a mountain pink for the love of  Lady Vassiliki, the favourite of the despotic Ali Pasha, sovereign of the mysterious Balkan city-state of Ioannina, crossroad of Greek, Albanian and Turkish culture.

Beste100Blider – Mikko Beste / Daniel O´Brien (Germany)

“Beste100Bilder” is a pop art parody of 100 historical paintings, told in 7 seconds each. We show the paintings of the greats, enjoy the funny and absurd & tell stories in the process. The project is experimental. We have a total of 100 individual loop animations. These can run individually, or bundled together. On the big screen, or on smaller screens. Art is the foundation of civilisation itself. Let us bring it back to life.

What a Match – Björn Granberg Ahlmark (Sweden)

In the tv show, What a Match, the old man and woman, seek to find an answer to their longing and hope for deep love! The blind date takes place in front of an enthusiastic live audience in this new successful show!

Cadim – Luiza Pugliesi Villaça (Brazil)

Cadim tells the story of Seu Zé, a man who is looking for a land for his livelihood followed by Chico, a bird trapped in a fragile cage. He manages to grow an orchard and build a hut to shelter himself by setting on a healthy land free from landowners, unlike the many he passed through. One day, a fuit falls into the cage and breaks it, allowing Chico to escape, which doesn’t fly very far because it is shot in it’s paw. The shots came from farmers who were trying to expel Seu Zé. He manages to escape with the cage, but not noticing Chico’s absence. He breaks down in tears lamenting his situation after fleeing the men. He takes an old torn family photo, in which he sees his wife and daughter, with Chico leaning on her arm. Once he notices the animal’s absence, he goes on a search for the bird. He runs back and finds it lying on the road. With a makeshift bandage, the bird is able to heal itself enough to fly out of the broken cage. Seu Zé prepares to say goodbye, since the cage can no longer be useful. When the flight finally takes place, Chico ends up returning to the man, but now flying free besides him.

The Black reCAT – Paolo Gaudio (Italy)

A stop motion adaptation of the novel by E. A. Poe ‘The Black Cat’.

Tribes – Emmanuel KURUKULASURIYA / Lucile MANGENOT / Raphaël JOLIVET / Ilowna LUST / Alexandre CANIVET / Mélodie TANIER / Diane NUTY / Dimitri BESNARD (France)

Near the Omo river in Ethiopia,a boy’s coming of age ceremony is about to be ruined by an armed group thus taking away his innocence.

The Great Connection – Christen Bach (Germany)

As a fiber optic cable suddenly appears at the bottom of the ocean the mythological creatures gather to debate: Will this be their salvation? Or will the teeth of this thing cause nothing but tears?

Our Love is Immortal – Ender Yildizhan (Turkey)

A little boy worries about his parents’ relationship in a dystopian future. When his father sings to him a song about what he and his mother have accomplished in this world and how they survived, the little boy’s self-confidence will be restored and he will begin to look to the future with hope.

Fire and Blood – Arnaud Lescure (Canada)

Fire and Blood is an animated short taking place in an alternative version of the French Revolution where the prince Louis XVII take revenge on the revolutionaries by releasing the monstrous beast of Gévaudan in the street of Paris.


Heat Wave – Fokion Xenos (Greece).    

In the midst of a heatwave of insanity, two children find a way to cool everyone down!In the midst of a searing heatwave, two little children find a way to cool everyone down!


Like and Follow – Tobias Schlage (Japan) 

When a kid starts spending time in the real world, it’s up to his smartphone to bring his attention back to where it belongs.


Alegria – Katalin Egely (Hungary)

People had long ago cut themselves off of their natural environment and have suffered since from this division, the lack of the essential feeling of unity and belonging. We are all part of the same struggles and harmony, ‘lifeless’ elements and living creatures alike, of this frantic dance of euphoria and acceptance.


The Tree – Samantha Sylvers (USA) 

A film about life, death, and the passage of time, shown as father and daughter return to the same tree throughout their lives.

The proposal – Gerlando Infuso (Belgium) 

Icaro chooses Valentine’s Day to propose to his beautiful Vanilla in their favorite restaurant: The Golden Mussel. But Dimitri, the chef, does everything to get in the way of the young seducer, putting Icaro’s sincere commitment at stake.

A Moment In Time – Belal Saeed AbdelHakim (Egypt) 

The film is based on actual events in reality, it tells the story of a child trying to wake up from a coma, he starts looking for the door that takes him out of the maze that he spins in, and when he finds the door that bring him back to life once again the had time run out.

Pinchpot – Greg Holfeld (Australia)

A short story about art and work, giving and receiving, life and death, and things made from lumps of clay.

Pinch – Diego MacLean (Canada)

A man discovers a superpower that could change everything.

Road to Prohibition – Javier Murciano (Spain)

Road to Prohibition, a jazzy comedy with vintage cars, irreverent persecutions and hidden speak-easier in the 20s of Prohibition.

Fighting Pablo – Robbe Vervaeke (Belgium) 

A young artist is working on a portrait when an unexpected moment of frustration and doubt shatters his inspiration. Distracted by his own curiosity, he suddenly finds himself engulfed by a grande parade. Buzzing characters spirited from contemporary pop-culture and art-history crystallize out of the air. Unable to resist the charismatic pull of this vast and grotesque world, he joins in on an exploration through his own colorful ambitions. But when Pablo Picasso’s terrific charisma ends up threatening everything he holds dear, he learns to push back in order to rediscover his own voice.

Short Changed – Zoë Hutber (United Kingdom)

A stop-motion animated short film about a couple’s struggle against the system in a world where everyone is made of money.

The Season of Grapes – Arzaneh Ghobadi (Iran) 

The story is about life and its means for a woman which her life pass as seasons and the story shows similarity between life and nature by coming each generation and its an noticeable pattern

The Incredible Wardrobegadget of Dr. Stein – Gabriela Plackova (Czech Republic) 

When Doctor Stein’s best friend dies during his last experiment, the 

grieving scientist is ready to do everything it takes to get his dog back. Building a dead-reviving machine is not a rocket science for him but this time the experiment goes monstrously wrong. A short stop – motion film about a creator and its monster he despises.

Godspeed – Sunny Wai Yan Chan (USA) 

Godspeed is a story about a mother saying goodbye to her son at the airport

The Cliff House – Jin Yao Wong (Malaysia) 

A story about an old man with his struggles and determination to build a tower in order to reach his goal.

 Home Sweet Home – Maria Robertson – Harry Pearson (United Kingdom)

A group of discarded sweets try to make their way home

Peluche – Hugo Legrand (Canada) 

A young girl rediscovers her old plush.

Castle – Ryotaro Miyajima (Japan) 

During the period of the ‘Provinces at war’, many lives were lost. A castle architect discovers the possible role of a tea room as a place for warriors to regain humanity.

Balance – Barzan Rostami (Iran) 

It’s a story about the soldiers who are sacrificing their lives and resist in order to the people of the city and future generations live in peace…

Jericho – Sarah Andrews (United Kingdom)

A lonely robot decides to try and build a mechanical friend.

Fundament – Wilbert van Veldhuizen (Wilbrand) (Netherlands )

A young woman drives an old car along a coastal road towards a village. There is a man in the passenger seat, contemplating. Planning to shape the future of the village, as well as his own.

Identity – Alireza Salehi (Iran) 

An old man wakes up and see himself in the mirror without the face(Identity) he fears and break the mirror and fall in the mirror world he search and find fake masks but the rain wash the fake face and he falls at the water Finally he find his road to redemption and find his originally face.

Ariel – Kleopatra Korai (Greece)

An animated short film, part of Wandering Stories, a music and video animation performance work by Greek composer and vocalist Savina Yannatou in collaboration with filmmaker Kleopatra Korai. An ode to the spirits accompanying the refugee souls lost in dark waters. 

Raven –  Alice Ruquier, Clément Perrotin, Maxime Oudet, Solène Bondu, Aurélien Thuillier (France)

A long time ago, a peasant finds a magic artefact that gives her great power. A mysterious knight’s assembly tries to take it away from her.


The Fig – Nikos Kolovos (Greece)

Eleni’s last wish, shortly before she dies, is a fig. Kostas goes to a fig tree, and in his attempt to pick the fig, he falls and breaks his leg. Time is short, and Kostas is old. With the fig in his hand, he goes through difficult moments in the unpredictably harsh nature until he returns home and fulfills his beloved spouse’s final wish.


Woman – Konstantinos Chaliassas (Greece)

Calliope, a fifty-year old woman, has only one purpose in life: to see her daughter getting married.


Birthday – Dimitris Katsimiris (Greece)

Marios, a young man with cerebral palsy, is waiting for his uncle, with his mother at home, to celebrate together his 22nd birthday. But the arrival of his uncle, with his new girlfriend, will upset the family and create a suffocating atmosphere in the place.

Butterfly Co. – Iphigenia Dimitriou (Greece)

A creative man is obliged to do a work which does not satisfy him and to face the every day’ s bureaucratic reality. All of a sudden through a butterfly he is guided to a gate and enters the imaginary world of his mind

Vitatio – Nikos Radaios (Greece)

A man is taking his usual route to work when something unexpected happens.

The other – Rizu Anastasia (Greece)

A strict and unapproachable woman, Eufanthia, lives alone in an apartment building in Kypseli. Her social interactions are minimal. However, on a winter afternoon, she will have an unexpected encounter.

April Fool’s Day – Apostolis Iliopoulos (Greece)

The life of a scavenger changes when he finds a book in the trash

Manicher – Alexis Hatzigiannis (Greece)

A snapshot of that rainy day after their uncle’s funeral. As chat flows it gets tougher. Why are they shouting? At the end everything is gonna be fine. A skit of a requiem. A comment about memory and death, about war and art.

Christos and Dimitra – Amarissa Basta (Greece)

The 8-year-old Christos has a goal to watch the performance of the play “Romeo and Juliet” by a traveling theater group along with his same-age friend, Dimitra, in the evening. The troupe has arrived in their village. However, things won’t unfold so easily for Christos, who will be called to overcome obstacles and make courageous decisions! A movie about art, love, magic, and dreams…

Alice in Coffee – Dimitris Nakos (Greece)

The Eye and the Eyebrow – Kostis Haramountanis (Greece)

The associative thoughts of a solitary individual who has just committed suicide out of love.

Watch the Mobile – Panagiotis Kalogeropoulos (Greece)

Two friends, Panos and Greg are in their house. Greg is sleeping and Panos is checking his phone. Suddenly Panos starts having thoughts that Greg will somehow find a way to destroy his phone. What will happen eventually to the phone?


Soemand – Gabriel Jafkas (Denmark)

A sailor returns home to Denmark for a single night and tries to track down his lost love whom he left many years ago.


5 Ways to Die – Dina Papadaki (Greece)

How many ways are there to die? When can a suicide attempt be successful? Makis, around forty years old, well-off, married, with a mild depression syndrome and a brief self-destructive past, is seemingly ready to end his life to find redemption. And there is one way, suicide!


Prayer – Thanasis Neofotistos (Greece)

Two high school students. While seeking their identity, through violence, they will inevitably test each other’s boundaries.


Walk – Stella Kyriakopoulou (Greece)

A mother and daughter start out from downtown Athens and head to the northern suburbs of the city. Nina thinks she’s going on a walk.

Don’t Forget Me – George Paterakis (Greece)

Nikos and Ellie meet at the park. Do they know each other? Does Ellie own a brown dog? How is it, when one meets somebody so familiar, but is a stranger to her?

Out of Sight – Christina Georgiou / David Hands (Greece)

A visit to a deserted house unveils memories of a Christmas day..

The Wrong Poem – Nikos Balauras (Greece)

Afterthoughts – Ivan Charalambous (Greece)

An unhappily married screenwriter struggles to write a romantic screenplay…

II – Responsible Kosamund Sanidis (Greece)

An old groom walks in the open horizon towards a bride waiting for him. They meet but the distance between them starts to grow once again.

Young Again – Ioanna Varsou (Greece)

An old woman looks at a picture of herself when she was young and she tries her best to get back her youthful appearance. In the end she believes she looks young again but we all know that that is far from the truth.

A Movie Relationship – Eleonora Goukissari (Greece)

Marina works as a cleaner at a neighborhood cinema. One day, while she’s running slightly late for work, she discovers a mysterious love letter from an unknown sender. In her attempt to solve the mystery of the sender’s identity, she becomes entangled in a series of coincidences.

Point Blank – Stefanos Gekas (Greece)

In his attempt to commit suicide, Pavlos becomes trapped in an elevator with three strangers. These three individuals will change his life in a way he doesn’t expect.


Christos stops at Gizi – Amarissa Basta (Greece)

On the first day of the school year a girl remembers family events during the summer that forced them to close their shop, move in with their grandmother and more. The focus is on preserving the family’s dignity and hope for the future.


De Nuevo – Christos Karteris (Greece)

The most inanimate object in the house invades your mind


PS – Ismini Fragioudaki / Dionysia Dionysiou / Elvira Hassapi (Greece)

Andreas and Lydia are a couple close to the age of 40, so far professionally successful. But when professional recognition is called into question, difficult decisions have to be made, the certainties in their relationships are undermined, and they need to be redefined in both their personal and shared path.


Party Animals – Giannis Andrias (Greece)

When guests of a party end up one by one forcibly locked in the toilet, they have to think. Will they do something about it that their host was right in closing?

Boy story – Thanasis Angelopoulos (Greece)

A bus stop a video club a swimming pool. A series of random encounters will cause a boy story to unfold. Will the hero be able to overcome the inhibitions that come from a child? And who will be able to make Peace ask him what music he is listening to?

Repression – Michael Mavromoustakos (Greece)

The film talks about the unfulfilled love and desires that every person has. But in a closed society we live with taboos and they have to stay in the void and usually in the subconscious. The man who appears from the dream plays the role of god and thus the protagonist’s intrinsic secret desire

Land Madiam – Dimitris Nakos (Greece)

In a allegorical universe, a family has lost its home in debt. He continues to live without trying to find a solution until the new owner unexpectedly arrives home. The solution they offer is for everyone to stay together until they leave. The situation is underground red, ready to become all land forever.

Breakfast – Dimitris Abatzis (Greece)

A couple takes their last breakfast before their final separation. The man drinks his coffee calmly, smokes, dresses and leaves. The woman looks at him silently.

School Melody – Aris Lechouritis (Greece)

Alexander attends a music lesson, sleeps and dreams of the ideal way of teaching, through his childish eyes

Small Erotic – Thomas Giannakis (Greece)

A man recalls moments of happiness through music

The Mistake of a Robber – Michalis Felanis (Greece)

A subversive comedy that travels us through the incredible acts of a robber, forced to make money not only by his steel weapon, but also by his abilities as a salesman. Is the county’s alert eye enough to stop it? Or is she sleeping? A movie filled with funds

Dinner – Dimitris Argiriou (Greece)

A couple who seemingly have it all, dine in a luxury restaurant. During the time, the man announces to his wife he wants some changes in his life … Is it too late for changes though?

The Sun and the North – Thanasis Neofotistos (Greece)

A woman walks carefree in the field, picking flowers and windmills, unsure of what will happen to her when the sun and the north decide who is stronger! Both will try to undress her. Everyone uses his strongest weapons. Who will come out the winner?

Consumables – Themis Barbas (Greece)

The predominance of the material world over the unsuspecting Cornelius


Th(itta) – Charalampos Charalampidis (Greece)

Th(itta). Like how I lost you.


OXI: The Story of Konstantinos Koukidis – Antonis Sotiropoulos (Greece)

April 27th 1941, the German military is entering Athens. At the Acropolis, a young man, Konstantinos Koukidis, refuses to surrender the Greek flag and carried it to his death, diving from the Acropolis.

Love Potion – Katerina Pipergia (Greece)

Sal Scarpone, the ruthless mobster, aims to conquer the world and plans to utilize the knowledge of Dr. X to achieve his goal. The scientist will be faced with a significant dilemma…

Special Day – Nicolas Kolovos (Greece)

Sofia panics during the planning of her wedding. A jumble of thoughts and images triggers an anxiety that Sofia struggles against and trying to overcome.

Forever Night -Themis Katsimichas (Greece)

A woman wakes up half naked in the middle of a street, having no recollection of who she is or how she got there.

The River – Michael Felanis (Greece)

The story displays the antiwar message that the writer, Anthony Samarakis wanted to express.

Romantic Pandesia – Konstantina Pista (Greece)

A special recipe for a romantic dinner.

Largo – Stergios Paschos (Greece)

An unfinished love story between glimpses on wheels.

Circe (Greece)

Circe lived on the island where she was the queen, Aeaea, and she would transform her enemies or those who offended her into animals using magical potions, as she possessed extensive knowledge of herbs and their medicinal properties.

Quiet – Team Gras (Greece)

Obsessive Love Wheel – Anastasia Melaioannou (Greece)

Get away (Greece)