The short films:
The Witch & the Baby
In most fairy tales, Baba Yaga, the inimitable being from Slavic folklore, is portrayed as profoundly evil and ugly! And that’s how she appears in this smart animated film; that is, until we suddenly get to see Baba Yaga’s more sensitive side!
Sheep, Wolf and a Cup of Tea
At night, while family members indulge in curious rituals, a child invokes a wolf from the bottom of a box hidden under his bed. Worried sheep then besiege the door of his bedroom..Original animation and winner of Emile-Reynaud Award 2019.
In a remote village where it rains incessantly, Kyna, 6, spends her days playing carefree, well sheltered under the “umbrella beard” of Din, her father. One night Nana, her beloved dog, disappears. To find her, Kyna will have to face her greatest fear, the rain.
There is a small puppy among the pedestrians. The dog responds to everything that surrounds him, but nobody cares about the dog. A 2D experimental animation made with paintings and drawings.
Bori, a 7-year-old girl, is bored with the daily routine in the countryside. Everyone is occupied with the busy farming season, except her. She is looking for someone to play with, but life is not what she thought it would be.
A series of five short films, in avant-première, about dreams and encounters between animals and humans. A realization of young directors with an infinite imagination. Join for a poetic journey!