A second of two programmes especially curated for our fans in Russia and screening at Kinomax Theater in Yaroslavl City.
‘The Bellies’ (Philippe Grammaticopoulos, 2009)
In a very industrialised world, where humans only eat transgenic food, some plates make for surprising dishes.
‘NASA “A Volta”‘ (Alexei Tylevich, 2009)
Another day, another drug-deal gone wrong in this eye-popping fiesta of ultra-violence set in an 8-bit isometric metropolis.
‘Bokje and Li’ (Conny de Vugt & Harriet van Reek, 2009)
Bokje and Li are silently exploring the wonders of the forest until a big old bird wanders by.
‘Allons-y Alonzo’ (Camille Moulin-Dupre, 2009)
A glorious big-screen tribute to Jean-Paul Belmondo. An old man is in pursuit of a beautiful woman and dives into an animated comic strip.
‘Shoals’ (Jan Bohuslav, 2009)
Crazy stuff with cows, windmills with hands – Dali might have really liked this one.
Czech Republic, 7’45
‘Wings and Oars’ (Vladmir Leschiov, 2009)
A former pilot looks back over his life: the earth, the sky, the women – everything that took place on the journey from an airstrip to an abandoned boathouse.
‘Love and Theft’ (Andreas Hykade, 2010)
Hundreds of faces, both well-known and ambiguous, morph into one another in possibly the trippiest animation ever.