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‘The House / Das Haus’ (David Buob, 2011)
Four dimensions and multiple gravities help and hinder one little girl’s attempt to help her grandmother.
‘Villa Antropoff’ (Vladimir Leschiov & Kaspar Jancis, 2012)
A condom found on an African beach is an impulse for a man to set off on a dangerous sea journey to Europe, in search of a better life.
‘Body Memory / Keha Malu’ (Ulo Pikkov, 2011)
Many memories dangle by the finest of threads, which are being pulled by forces out of sight and out of control.
‘The Goods’ (Lars Jandel, 2012)
A man, a baby in a buggy, a child and a balloon. In times like these even a simple walk is unbearable.
Rew Day’ (Svilen Dimitrov, 2012)
A rewound review of one man’s last day.
‘The Back Room’ (Michael Kren & Mirjam Baker, 2011)
A door opens, the decision to enter is a mistake. No way out and the only view is that of a single sparse tree in front of a desolate city.
‘Blanche Fraise’ (Frédérick Tremblay, 2011)
Two rabbits are starving to death in this sinister fairy tale in a dying forest.
‘Oh Willy’ (Emma de Swaef & Marc James Roels, 2012)
After his mother’s death, Willy returns to the nudist community where he grew up. He is saddened by his memories, and decides to head out into the countryside, and finds the maternal protection of a big hairy animal.
‘Swarming / Kuhina’ (Joni Mannisto, 2011)
Producer: Turku Arts Academy
A new universe of life leaps forth from the insides of a dead bird – much to the delight and wonder of the child who discovers it.