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KAHLIL GIBRAN'S THE PROPHET

by Roger Allers
2015 USA, 120 min
in English, with Hungarian translation

KAHLIL GIBRAN'S THE PROPHET

On the fictional island of Orphalese, a mischievous, eight-year-old girl, Almitra, meets Mustafa, a political prisoner under house arrest. From this chance encounter, an unlikely friendship is born. But on this fateful day that they meet, Mustafa is told by the authorities that he is finally being released and guards immediately escort him to a ship that will take him home. Along the way, Mustafa shares his wisdom and poems with the people of Orphalese, while Almitra secretly follows him. When Almitra realizes that the authorities have a dark surprise in store for Mustafa, she must do everything to help him.

Segments directed by Roger Allers, Joan C. Gratz, Tomm Moore, Michal Socha, Nina Paley, Joann Sfar, Bill Plympton, Mohammed Harib, Paul Brizzi, Gaetan Brizzi

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WHEN MARNIE WAS THERE

by Hiromasa Yonebayashi
2014 Japan, 103 min
in Japanese, with English subs and Hungarian translation

Omoide no Mânî

Sent from her foster home in the city one summer to a sleepy town by the sea in Hokkaido, Anna dreams her days away among the marshes. She believes she is outside the invisible magic circle to which most people belong and shuts herself off from everyone around her, wearing her ordinary face. Anna never expected to meet a friend like Marnie, who does not judge her for being who she is. But no sooner has Anna learned the loveliness of friendship than she begins to wonder about her new found friend.

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ANOMALISA

by Charlie Kaufman, Duke Johnson
2015 USA, 90 min
in English, with Hungarian translation

ANOMALISA

Michael Stone, husband, father and respected author of "How May I Help You Help Them?" is a man crippled by the mundanity of life. During a business trip to Cincinnati, where he is to speak at a convention of customer service professionals, he checks into the Fregoli Hotel. There, he meets Lisa, Akron baked goods sales rep who offers him an escape from his desperation. A beautifully tender and absurdly humorous dreamscape, from the brilliant minds of Charlie Kaufman and Duke Johnson, this stop-motion animation wonder features the vocal cast of Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tom Noonan and David Thewlis.

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ADAMA

by Simon Rouby
2015 France, 82 min
in French, with English subs and Hungarian translation

ADAMA

Twelve-year-old Adama lives in a remote village in West Africa. Out beyond the cliffs lies the Land of Breaths, peopled by wicked war-hungry spirits. When his big brother suddenly vanishes from the village, Adama decides to go look for him. Full of desperation and childish innocence, he will traverse Europe at war. The love that he has for his brother will lead to an unexpected end to his journey.

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APRIL AND THE TWISTED WORLD

by Christian Desmares, Franck Ekinci
2015 France, Belgium, Canada, 103 min
in French, with English subs and Hungarian translation

Avil et le monde truqué

The year is 1941, Napoléon V is the ruler of France and scholars continue to mysteriously disappear. In the absence of modern technology, the world runs on coal and steam. A young girl named April goes off in search of her scientist parents who have vanished. Accompanied by her talking cat Darwin and a young rogue named Julius, she will brave mysteries and danger in order to discover who is behind the captured scholars and what is their motivation.

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THE MAGIC MOUNTAIN

by Anca Damian
2015 Romania, 86 min
in French, with English subs and Hungarian translation

La Montagne magique

In the form of an animated docu-drama, the biography of Adam Jacek Winker wonders through nearly half a century of history. A Polish refugee in Paris, Adam lived a boundless life, with aspirations to change the world. His adventurous life takes a radical turn in the ’80s, as he envisions himself a knight of the 20th century and leaves France to fight with both amateurism and courage, alongside commander Massoud against the Soviets in Afghanistan. On the eve of September 11th 2001, his fate mirrors the individual’s destiny in relation to the unfolding of history and the introspection of a man on his own fate.

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MISS HOKUSAI

by Keiichi Hara
2015 Japan, 93 min
in Japanese, with English subs and Hungarian translation

Sarusuberi: Miss Hokusai

Miss Hokusai is a lively portrayal of Master Hokusai's daughter, O-Ei, a free-spirited, outspoken and very talented woman who changes with the seasons. "We're father and daughter with two brushes and four chopsticks. I guess we can manage, one way or another."

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Phantom Boy

by Alain Gagnol, Jean-Loup Felicioli
2015 France, 84 min
in French, with English subs and Hungarian translation

Phantom Boy

A mysterious, disfigured gangster injures Alex, a police inspector who was on his tail. Hospital-bound, Alex strikes up a friendship with Leo, an eleven year-old boy who has the ability to rise up out of his physical body. Like a ghost that no one can see, he can fly and even pass through walls and fly above Manhattan with all the grace of a gliding bird. The man with the broken face has threatened the city with a deadly computer virus. Thanks to the child's extraordinary powers, Alex is able to resume his investigation.

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The Satellite Girl and Milk Cow

by Hyung-yun Chang
2014 South Korea, 80 min
in Korean, with English subs and Hungarian translation

Oo-lee-byeol il-ho-wa eol-lug-so

Il-ho, the satellite 'KITSAT-1', is launched into space to observe Earth and becomes curious about the human heart. Kyung-chun, an aspiring musician, is heartbroken and turns into a dairy cow when his longtime love interest, Eun-jin, begins dating another man. Il-ho assumes human form when she falls from space and prevents Kyung-chun from succumbing to the perils of life. Il-ho receives the help of a wizard who has transformed into toilet paper to discover Kyung-chun is being chased by the Incinerator and the organ trafficker Mr. Oh. The two become close and Il-ho begins to slowly understand the human heart.

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SHORT FILM COMPETITION, SECTION 'A'

in original language, with English subs

SHORT FILM COMPETITION, SECTION 'A'

  • Isle of Seals (Edmunds Jansons, LV, 2014, 6')
  • A Portrait (Aristotelis Maragkos, GR, 2014, 2'08)
  • The Five Minute Museum (Paul Bush, UK, 2015, 6'35)
  • Sexy Laundry (Izabela Plucinska, CA, PL, 2015, 12')
  • In The Distance (Florian Grolig, DE, 2015, 7'30)
  • Amelia és Duarte (Alice Guimarães, Mónica Santos, PT, 2015, 8')
  • Limbo Limbo Travel (Zsuzsanna Kreif, Borbála Zétényi, FR, HU, 2014, 16')
  • Aion (Petra Heleninova, SK, 2014, 6'53)
  • Tsunami (Sofie Kampmark, DK, 2014, 7'13)
  • Edmond (Nina Gantz, UK, 2015, 9'25)
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    SHORT FILM COMPETITION, SECTION 'B'

    in original language, with English subs

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION, SECTION 'B'

  • Unwanted Desires (Aleksandra Szmida, DE, 2014, 4')
  • Crackhouse (Martinus Klemet, EE, 2014, 4'15)
  • Benches Np. 0458 (Ivan Maximov, RU, 2015, 6'32)
  • Fish Is What I Desire (Yao Xiang, UK, 2015, 7'27)
  • Endgame (Phil Mulloy, UK, 2015, 6')
  • Oh Whale (Joana Locher, CH, 2014, 5'50)
  • Travel By Feet (Khris Cembe, ES, 2014, 14'43)
  • Life with Herman (H. Rott, Chintis Lundgren, EE-HR, 2015, 11'06)
  • Teeth (Daniel Gray, UK, 2015, 6')
  • Dissonance (Till Nowak, DE, 2015, 15')
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    SHORT FILM COMPETITION, SECTION 'C'

    in original language, with English subs

    SHORT FILM COMPETITION, SECTION 'C'

  • Soot (David Doutel & Vasco Sá, PT, 2014, 13'40)
  • The Betrayal (Susan Young, UK, 2015, 5'40)
  • Light Motif (Frédéric Bonpapa, FR-UK, 2014, 4'15)
  • 8 bullets (Ternier Frank, FR, 2014, 12'36)
  • You Could Sunbathe in this Storm (Alice Dunseath, UK, 2014, 6')
  • Splintertime (Rosto, NL, 2014, 12'01)
  • A Single Life (Job, Joris & Marieke, NL, 2014, 2´15)
  • This World (Zbigniew Czapla, PL, 2014, 1'30)
  • Piano (Kaspar Jancis, EE, 2015, 10'11)
  • We can't live without cosmos (Konstantin Bronzit, RU, 2014, 15'05)
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    THE BOY AND THE BEAST

    by Mamoru Hosoda
    2015 Japan, 119 min
    in Japanese, with Hungarian subs

    Bakemono no ko

    A young boy in modern-day Tokyo stumbles into an alternate dimension and becomes the apprentice to a bearlike warrior. A glorious film about the friendship between a boy and a mythical beast.

    In the recent years Mamoru Hosoda became one of the most celebrated anime directors in Japan. Anilogue is proud to have followed his path to international recognition since one of his early movies, The Girl Who Lept Through Time. This is the fourth feature length animation by Hosoda to premiere on Anilogue.

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    Extraordinary Tales

    by Raul Garcia
    2015 Luxemburg, USA, Belgium, Spain, 73 min
    in English, with Hungarian subs

    Extraordinary Tales

    Poe's spirit, embodied in his infamous Crow, meets Death while visiting his beloved wife Virginia Clemm's grave. Death says the time has come to collect the poet's soul but Poe needs to linger a little longer in the land of the living. He engages with Death in a creepy, macabre storytelling game.

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    LITTLE FROM THE FISH SHOP

    by Jan Balej
    2015 Czech Republic, 72 min
    in Czech, with English and Hungarian subs

    Malá z rybárny

    This modern stop-motion adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s original tale The Little Mermaid is a powerful story of unrequited love and moral values of today. The screenplay writers transposed the plot from the deep, dark waters of the sea to a not-so-fairy-tale-like setting of a bustling city harbor. Instead of a “prince charming”, the modern mermaid by the name of Little, falls for a street smart night- club owner, whose club entrance is adorned by blinking heart-shaped neon signs and where love can be bought.

    Deep underneath the surface of the sea, accompanied by the fish orchestra, the voice of the ocean is telling a story about the Sea King and his daughter Little. With his mother and three daughters – Little, Middle and Eldest – he abandoned the devastated waters of their home, and went to live amongst the humans. In a darkened fish shop in the heart of a harbor district teeming with people from every corner of the world, they live a monotonous life filled with work, reminiscing the times bygone. One day, a confident and somewhat brash young man – J.J./Bogan enters the fish shop. Little is utterly fascinated by his self-assured demeanor, the glossy veneer and the pounding music that follows him. From this moment forward, the life of Little and her family is to take a sea change. Thus begins the love story of Little.

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    POSSESSED

    by Sam Ortí
    2014 Spain, 82 min
    in Spanish, with English and Hungarian subs

    Poseso

    Trini is the most famous flamenco dancer in the world and she has an envious life. Her husband Gregorio is the greatest bullfighter in all the land and their son Damien has a wonderful future. Everyone loves her dancing, but when a seemingly innocuous domestic accident takes Gregorio’s life, a deep depression falls over Trini forcing her to quit the stage. Damien’s behaviour becomes uncontrollably rebellious forcing Trini to call upon doctor after doctor to provide relief. When no answers can be found, there is left only one possible explanation - Damien has been possessed by a dark spirit!!

    Trini begins a desperate quest to repair her shattered family. This search eventually leads to a defrocked priest called Father Lenin whose own severe spiritual crisis may not bode well for what lays ahead. With no where to turn and all other hopes to save her shattered family exhausted, Trini must place her faith in a man whose faith is… questionable

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    THE BLOODY LADY

    by Viktor Kubal
    1980 Slovakia, 77 min
    in Slovakian, with English subs

    Krvavá pani

    The Countess of Cachtice, Elisabeth Báthory had been a popular and just ruler until she lost her heart. Then she changed into a cold and cruel woman. Inspired by the legend of the abominable habits of the countess, Viktor Kubal created one of the fundamental works of Slovak animation. On the background of the romantic love story with both tragic and comical features, there is the eternal conflict between good and evil. The combination of horror elements with Kubal's inborn sense of parody, resulted in a peculiar synthesis of two genres, which, wrapped in minimalistic animation, turned the film into an unforgettable experience.

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    ROCKS IN MY POCKETS

    by Signe Baumane
    2014 USA, Latvia, 88 min
    in English, with Hungarian subs

    Akmeni Manaas Kabataas

    In late 1920s Latvia, Anna, a young woman falls in love with an adventurous entrepreneur, 30 years her senior. In his jealousy he hides Anna away in the forest, far from other men, where she bears him eight children. The Great Depression hits, followed by Nazi and Soviet invasions. Anna remains a pillar of strength, defying the hardships and raising her young. But something inside her is terribly wrong. Years later, Signe, a young artist tries to uncover how her grandmother Anna died, and suspects suicide. Signe takes us on a journey deep into her own depression where she looks to confront the family demons.

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    Eden’s Edge

    by Gerhard Treml, Leo Calice
    2014 Austria, USA, 61 min
    in English

    Eden’s Edge

    An office located in the Californian desert. The self-imposed objective is no less far out: narrative landscaping. Its abbreviation is “O.N.L.S.D”, which includes what is pretty obvious, being on LSD.

    But Eden´s Edge is a nine-part episodic film from the Office for Narrative Landscape Design initially marked by exceptional directorial sobriety. The visual settings for the life-stories it presents are based on a shared and stringently maintained master-plan. We see bird eye-views of minimalistic scenes, meticulously arranged in gray desert sands, usually furnished with but a few props. Within this context, seemingly lost and barely insect-size inhabitants move about, recluses, mavericks and freaks in the best sense of the word. They all have retreated to the desert, to reinvent their lives on the margins of an increasingly unbearable society: the schizo-schaman who has constructed a totem circle out of stones; a female artist who fled the city and created a repository for the traumas of combat veterans; the paranoid druggee who inscribes a giant spiral along classical lines of land art.

    As they ploddingly drag themselves through the sunstruck backdrop, we hear their voices persistently tell of their fates – in sum, a densely woven patchwork of unconventional modes of existence. In the last episode, a French anthropologist reports how his Austrian friends inspired him to erect the O.N.L.S.D with them, here at the site of a “lost airport”. The resulting “storyscape test site” contains structural elements of the other stories. And so the frontier dream, in convoluted self-reference, begins to dream itself. Rarely have the borders of the idyllic been so concisely fathomed, rarely have the places of retreat remaining for non-conformists been pinpointed so precisely. (Christian Höller)

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    ANIMATED NIGHT

    300 min
    in original language, with English subs

    ANIMATED NIGHT


    ANIMATED LOVE STORIES
    59'

  • Apollo, Daphne and darkness (Martina Mrazova, CZ, 2014, 4'51)
  • La botanique des Amours (Anne-Sophie Cayon, BE, 2014, 4'30)
  • I Regret That (Amanda Hertelendi, HU, 2014, 5'24)
  • Passionpanther (Lovrity Anna Katalin, HU, 2015, 2'52)
  • Journey Into Womanhood (LaMar Ford, USA, 2014, 1'10)
  • Snowfall (Conor Whelan, IE, 2015, 4'48)
  • Conversation (Ana Horvat, HR, 2015, 5'45)
  • Lineage (Olga van den Brandt, NL, 2015, 3'20)
  • A Morning Without Coffee (Jelle van Meerendonk, NL, 2015, 4'54)
  • I Saw you (Sander Joon, Egert Kesa, Jaan Sinka, EE, 2015, 5'56)
  • Ivan's need (Veronica L. Montaño, Manuela Leuenberger, Lukas Suter, CH, 2015, 6'20)
  • An Ode to Love (Matthew Darragh, IE, 2014, 7')

  • TECHNOLOGY VS MAN
    55'

  • L3.0 (Alexis Decelle, FR, 2014, 4'38)
  • Turn Off (Yu Wen Lee, USA, 2015, 4')
  • Transparency (Daniel Suljic, HR, 2015, 6'10)
  • sry bsy (Verena Westphal, DE, 2014, 3'20)
  • Life Smartphone (Xie Chenglin, CN, 2015, 2'48)
  • Can You Feel It? (Richard Forbes-Hamilton, UK, 2015, 7'09)
  • Pathea (Renate Tjelta and Helene T. Fjereide, NO, 2015, 6')
  • #LINGO (Daniel Roque, PT, 2015, 10'30)
  • Loading (Eden Mitsenmacher, IL, 2015, 1')
  • LUMA (Sohini Tal, Carmel Ben Ami, IL, 2014, 8'53)

  • A VISUAL FEAST
    63'

  • Corpus (Marc Héricher, FR, 2015, 3'30)
  • Natural Attraction (Marc Zimmermann, DE, 2015, 5'18)
  • Ratio (Murat Sayginer, TR, 2013, 2'04)
  • Composition (Mitja Manček, SI, 2015, 3'34)
  • The Race (Le Meur, Michaël, FR, 2015, 14'30)
  • Ghost Cell (Antoine Delacharlery, FR, 2014, 6')
  • To See More Light (Kurtis Hough, USA, , 15')

  • PSYCHEDELIC ANIMATION
    45'

  • Follow the Formulava (Philip Davies, UK, 2015, 1'40)
  • Volans (Murat Sayginer, TR, 2014, 2'33)
  • Pianos (Aleksandr Kirienko, RU, 2015, 2'10)
  • Lusus Naturae (Gunnar Karlsson, IS, 2015, 22'30)
  • Something About Silence (Patrick Buhr, DE, 2015, 12'20)
  • Eidolozän (Paul Brenner, DE, 2015, 4'15)

  • ANIMATED HORROR FILMS
    52'

  • Blood Ties (Sophie KAVOURIDIS, Manon LAZZARI, Marion LOUW, Simon PANNETRAT,
  • Thomas RICQUIER, FR, 2014, 3'53)
  • LURE (Wunna Winter, Linda Luitz, DE, 2014, 4'06)
  • Vanitas (Victoria Vaughan, UK, 2015, 2'42)
  • BROKEN (Adam Ciolfi, CA, 2014, 10'41)
  • Eye You (Nick Simpson, AU, 2014, 4'40)
  • BIGHORROR (Maurice Huvelin, FR, 2014, 2'10)
  • The Man Who Wouldn't Die (Goce Cvetanovski, MK, 2015, 10'58)
  • Sima's third hand (Darko Dacović, RS, 2013, 9'36)
  • Eye Eye (Idil Deniz Karabay, EE, 2013, 3'18)
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    WORLD PANORAMA

    75 min
    in original language, with English subs

    WORLD PANORAMA

  • Ernie Biscuit (Adam Elliot, AU, 2015, 21’)
  • The Pride of Strathmoor (Elinar Baldvin, USA, 2014, 8’30)
  • The Sleepwalker (Theodore Ushev, CA, 2015, 4’20)
  • World of Tomorrow (Don Hertzfeldt, USA, 2015, 17’)
  • Wonder (Mirai Mizue, FR, JP, 2014, 8’08)
  • Small People With Hats (Sarina Nihei, UK, 2014, 6’51)
  • The Loneliest Stoplight (Bill Plympton, USA, 2015, 6’)
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    ETUDES: FRENCH GRADUATION FILMS

    Presented by Antoine Manier
    France, 75 min
    in French, with English subs

    ETUDES: FRENCH GRADUATION FILMS

  • Duo (Janis Aussel, Aron Bothman, Elsa Boyer, Marie-Pierre Demessant, Dorian Lee, Laurent Moing, Guitty Mojabi, FR, 2014, 3´29)
  • Marius (Pierre-Julien Fieux, FR, 2014, 3´58)
  • Ride Away (Clemence Bouchereua, FR, 2014, 4´14)
  • Denise (Marion Bordeyne, Bastien Boutté, Romain Chalvidan, Margaux Fauré, Benjamin Jean, Quentin Schall, FR, 2014, 8´50)
  • Léon D’Oural (Alix Fizet, FR, 2014, 3´46)
  • Aplasie (Emilie Phuong, FR, 2014, 7´48)
  • La Reine Des Neiges (Mina Perrchon, FR, 2014, 5´46)
  • Chess (Etienne Vautrin, FR, 2014, 5´52)
  • Entre Chien Et Loup (Reza Riahi, FR, 2014, 4´10)
  • Dust ‘n’ Rust (Rémy Vanmeenen, FR, 2014, 9´35)
  • Franck Krabi (Marine Laclotte, FR, 2014, 14´26)
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    • SATURDAY, NOV 28, 15:30 ART+




    CARTOON D'OR: 2015 NOMINEES

    65 min
    in original language, with English subs

    CARTOON D'OR: 2015 NOMINEES

  • A Single Life (Job, Joris & Marieke, Netherlands, 2014, 2´15)
  • Autumn Leaves (Carlos De Carvalho, Aude Danset, France, 2013, 10´30)
  • Brothers in Arms (Cav Bøgelund Denmark, 2014, 30´)
  • Coda (Alan Holly, Ireland, 2014, 9´)
  • I Can´t Wait (Claire Sichez, France, 2013, 5´)
  • The Bigger Picture (Daisy Jacobs, UK, 2014, 7´30)
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    • FRIDAY, NOV 27, 21:00 ART+




    ANIME HAIKU

    Curated by Koji Yamamura
    Japan, 80 min
    in Japanese, with English subs

    ANIME HAIKU

  • Color Blots (Shimi Asobi, 2015, 3'31)
  • The Yellow Ball (Xinxin LIU, 2015, 3'57)
  • and, end (Mio YAMANAKA, 2015, 3´47)
  • A Black Cat (Mika Seike, 2015, 2’55)
  • Crossing Sight (Xueqing SHAO, 2015, 1'47)
  • Templex (Tomomi KOMAZAKI, 2015, 3´39)
  • Fair Winds (Eri KINOSHITA, 2015, 5´40)
  • I Wanna Be Your Friend (Iku OGAWA, 2015, 4'07)
  • Scutes on my mind (Megumi ISHITANI, 2015, 8'58)
  • Wild Boys Advance (koya, 2015, 5´13)
  • A Place to Name (Ataru SAKAGAMI, 2015, 4'31)
  • Fox Fears (Miyo SATO, 2015, 7´38)
  • Moonlit Night and Opal (ShiShi YAMAZAKI, 2015, 3'21)
  • Holy Shit! (Takashi SHIBUYA, 2015, 6'03)
  • Zdravstvuite! (Yoko YUKI, 2015, 5´36)
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    NEW LITHUANIAN ANIMATION

    Lithuania, 80 min
    in original language, with English subs

    NEW LITHUANIAN ANIMATION

  • The Secret of a Cactus (Valentas Aškinis,1988, 5´)
  • Metamorphosis (Jūratė Leikaitė,1996, 6´15)
  • Samogitian genesis (Algirdas Selenis, Aurika Selenienė, 2002, 4´30)
  • Short Circuit (Antanas Januskas, 2003, 3´40)
  • Shrovetide (Jūratė Leikaitė, 2005, 13´)
  • Bridge (Leva Miškinytė, 2007, 4´)
  • Maybe we meet, maybe we don‘t meet (Skirma Jakaitė, 2011, 8´)
  • The Button (Leva Miškinytė, 2012, 6´)
  • Independence Day (Urtė Budinaitė, 2012, 5´)
  • Outside (Greta Stančiauskaitė, 2012, 9´)
  • Guilt (Rasa Joni, 2013, 5´20)
  • Non-Euclidian Geometry (Skirmanta Jakaitė, Solveiga Masteikaitė, 2013)
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    • FRIDAY, NOV 27, 13:00 ART+




    VISEGRAD RALLYE

    80 min
    in original language, with English subs

    VISEGRAD RALLYE

  • Entangled (Stanislav Sekela, Czech Republic, 2014, 9´)
  • A Blue Room (Tomasz Siwinski, FR, PL, 2014, 14´)
  • Endemit´s Greed (Natalia Dziedzic, PL, 2014, 11´))
  • The Potato Eaters (Martin Kukal, Czech Republic, 2014, 4´)
  • Limbo-Limbo Travel (Zsuzsanna Kreif, Borbala Zetenyi, FR, HU, 2014, 15´)
  • In Line (Kamila Kucikova, Slovakia, 2014, 4´)
  • Fongopolis (Joanna Kozuch, Slovakia, 2014, 13´)
  • The Adventures of Candide (Nandor Bera, HU, 2014, 9´)
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    • THURSDAY, NOV 26, 18:00 ART+




    BEST OF FANTOCHE

    75 min
    in original language, with English subs

    BEST OF FANTOCHE

  • Changeover (Mehdi Alibeygi, IR, 2014, 1’58)
  • Lila (Carlos Lascano, AR-ES, 2014, 9’)
  • World of Tomorrow (Don Hertzfeld, USA, 2015, 16’30)
  • Erlkönig (Georges Schwizgebel, CH, 2015, 5’)
  • Endgame (Phil Mulloy, UK, 2015, 6’)
  • Tik Tak (Ülo Pikkov, EE, 2015, 9’30)
  • Ivan´s Need (Veronica L. Montaño, Manuela Leuenberger, Lukas Sute, CH, 2015, 6’20)
  • D’ombres et d’ailes (Elice Meng, Eleonora Marinoni, CH-FR, 2015, 12’45 )
  • Johnny Express (Kyungmin Woo, KR, 2014, 5’20)
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    • FRIDAY, NOV 27, 18:00 ART+




    O!PLA Across Borders

    110 min
    in Polish, with English subs

    O!PLA Across Borders

  • Water Lilies (dir Marcin Surma, 2013, 4´)
  • The Tenement Building (dir Agnieszka Burszewska, 2013, 12´43)
  • But She´s Nice... (dir Tomasz Pilarski, 2014, 6´)
  • Doggydent (dir Madgalena Pilecka, 2014, 2´05)
  • The Drift (dir Marcin Ozog, 2014, 4´19)
  • 331 Days (Piotr Mazur, 2014, 6´33)
  • De Herinacio. On the Hedgehog (dir Ala Nunu Leszynska, 2014, 2´06)
  • Hipopotamy (dir Piotr Dumala, 2014, 12´29)
  • Over My Dead Body! (dir Agata Mianowska, 2015, 3´38)
  • Pate (dir Lukasz Jedynasty, Zuzanna Staszewska, 2014, 5´30)
  • My Identification (dir Natalia Krawczuk, 2013, 3´19)
  • Supernova (dir Pawel Czarnecki, 2014, 7´30)
  • The Rivers (dir Daria Wiktoria Kopiec, 2014, 2´29)
  • A Blue Room (dir Tomasz Siwinski, 2014, 14´26))
  • A Documentary Film (dir Marcin Podolec, 2015, 6´50)
  • The Deadly Effects of Smoking, Ver. 2 (dir Maciej Pestka, 2013, 4´53)
  • Ava ´N Garde (dir Bogna Warszawa, 2014, 6´29)
  • Loop (dir Michal Socha, 2014, 3´)
  • The Hedgehog (dir Anna Nowicka, 2014, 1´52)
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    PAF Other Visions

    120 min
    in Czech, with English subs

    PAF Other Visions

  • Thinker (Katarína Hládeková, 2014, 45´)
  • Sent (Markéta Magidová, 2014, 7´)
  • Reliable Relationship (Barbora Kleinhamplová, 2014, 20´31)
  • The Sexual Struggle of Commodities (Vilém Novák, Pavel Sterec, 2014, 7´)
  • Apartment (Petr Krátký, 2013, 4´41)
  • Free Mail (Martin Kohout, 2014, 4´32)
  • Red Herring (Roman Štětina, 2014, 27´36)
  • To Lose Something Every Day (Kateřina Zochová, 2014, 0´50)
  • Cartoon (Martina Holá, 2014, 2´16)
  • River (Miroslava Večeřová, 2013, 0´58)
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    Slovakian Animation: Men's League

    70 min
    in Slovakian, with English subs

    Slovakian Animation: Men's League

  • Pandas (Matúš Vizar, 2013, 12´)
  • Concreto et block: episode 1 (Lukáš Sigmund, 2012, 0´33)
  • Twins (Peter Budinský, 2012, 7´)
  • Concreto et block: episode 2 (Lukáš Sigmund, 2012, 0´37)
  • In the box (Michal Struss, 1999, 7´)
  • Concreto et block: episode 3 (Lukáš Sigmund, 2012, 0´52)
  • Čmuchal a svina zasahujú (Andrej Kolnečík, 2009, 7´48)
  • Concreto et block: episode 7 (Lukáš Sigmund, 2012, 0´44)
  • If No, Then No (Vladimír Král, 1997, 3´11)
  • Concreto et block: episode 10 (Lukáš Sigmund, 2012, 0´44)
  • Echodance (Ondrej Rudavský, 2014, 3´)
  • Concreto et block: episode 9 (Lukáš Sigmund, 2012, 1´)
  • Pictures (Andrej Danóczy, 2015, 8´)
  • Concreto et block: episode 13 (Lukáš Sigmund, 2012, 1´03)
  • Last Bus (Martin Snopek, Ivana Laučíková, 2011, 16´)
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    Slovakian Animation: Women's League

    75 min
    in Slovakian, with English subs

    Slovakian Animation: Women's League

  • Nazdravíčko! (Ivana Zajacová, Jozef Mitaľ, 2005, 20´)
  • Fongopolis (Joanna Kozuch, 2014, 9´)
  • About socks and love (Michaela Čopíková, 2008, 6´)
  • Viliam (Veronika Obertová, 2009, 7´19)
  • Kto je tam? (Vanda Raymanová, 2010, 9´30)
  • The Story of a Tornado (Veronika Kocourková, 2013, 9´30)
  • In a Queue (Kamila Kučiková, 2014, 3´57)
  • Bubble (Mária Oľhová, 2012, 7´30)
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    History of Slovakian Music Videos

    Animated music videos curated by Maroš Brojo
    59 min
    in Slovakian

    History of Slovakian Music Videos

  • A Song (Jaroslava Havettová, Ivan Popovič, 1969, 3’50)
  • The Carnival is Over (Ondrej Rudavský, 1994, 4’32)
  • A Ballad of Four Horses (Gratex s.r.o., 1995, 4’08)
  • Glider (Igor Drevenec, Juraj Krumpolec, Ivan Prekop, 1995, 3’58)
  • Iron Man (Igor Drevenec, Juraj Krumpolec, 2000, 3’24)
  • 7 Nights (Jaroslav Vaľko, 2009, 4’19)
  • Bells (Alica Gurínová, 2010, 3’27)
  • Outside (Eva Delinčáková, 2011, 3’27)
  • Goro the White Dog (Robert Szegéni, 2011, 2’53)
  • Moog in Mood (Andrej Kolenčík, 2011, 2’26)
  • Free to be me (Michaela Čopíková, Veronika Obertová, 2011, 4’06)
  • Unknown Criminal (Kubo Ľudma, 2011, 3’48)
  • Orbit (Peter Ehrenberger, 2011, 2’30)
  • Chair (Michal Ormoš, 2013, 2’48)
  • No Survi (Andrej Kolenčík, 2014, 2’48)
  • To Breathe Sulfur (Marián Vredík, 2015, 4’50)
  • Ghost of the City (Andrej Kolenčík, Veronika Kocourková, 2015, 3’38)
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    MIMI AND LISA

    by Katarina Kerekesova
    Slovakia, 2014, 48 min
    with live storytelling in Hungarian

    Mimi a Líza

  • DON’T BE AFRAID OF THE DARK Little Mimi has always been the only little girl in their apartment house. But today, Lisa is moving in, and with her comes adventure and mischief! She doesn’t care that Mimi cannot see. All she cares about is that she’s got a new and very special friend. So special, that thanks to her extraordinary skills, she is able to free both of them from an enchanted castle.
  • FAREWELL COLOR GREY Does Mimi perceive colors? Surprisingly, she does, and does it in a very colorful way. Unlike the concierge, Mrs Grey, who hates them. But the world without colors is no fun, so the girls will help her to discover their beauty.
  • WHERE’S THE SHADOW GONE? Nothing’s better on a hot day than a tree shadow, but there are no trees in the courtyard where Mimi and Lisa play. To get a seed from the magical tree, which grows in the middle of a jungle, will not be easy. Yet, when they bring and plant it, the courtyard will change into a marvelous garden full of colors and beautiful smells.
  • AGENT VITAMIN Miss Melanie is an opera singer. It is her opening night today but, alas, a vicious Virus has occupied her throat and will not allow her beautiful voice to come out. The only hope is to call the famous agent Vitamin. His powerful vitamin bombs will drive the Virus away and save the night.
  • MATCHING CARDS Mimi and Lisa discover that twin dressmakers live in their house in a salon which can easily turn into the African savannah full of fabric animals. They all have a friend, except one little crocodile. He is so lonely and so sad. But Mimi will see to it that he’s got a friend in the end. And Lisa will surprise her best friend with a gift.
  • THE INVISIBLE FISH The new fish in Miss Kingfisher’s aquarium is very unusual. When frightened, she becomes invisible, and will disappear when the other fish threaten her with their unfriendly welcome. Fortunately, Mimi can see invisible things and the girls will find the little darling hiding in the waves. Isn’t that nice to see that even fish of different kind can become friends?
  • CHRISTMAS Mimi has only one Christmas wish - a guide dog that will help her to walk around and explore the world. Will the Christmas magic work? Of course it will, and Mimi’s guide dog will become also Lisa’s dream present and a new member of their big happy family.
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    MASQUERADE (CONCERT)

    by Vilmos Gryllus
    Hungary, 60 min
    in Hungarian

    Maszkabál

    FOR THE KIDS

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    CHILDREN'S ANIMATION WORKSHOP

    with Juli Farkas, Zsuzsanna Kreif, Anna Katalin Lovrity
    210 min
    in Hungarian

    CHILDREN'S ANIMATION WORKSHOP

    FOR THE KIDS

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    ROUNDTABLE ON INTERACTIVE ANIMATION

    with Bjoern Bartholdy, Zoltán Dragon, Tamás Liszka
    90 min
    in English

    ROUNDTABLE ON INTERACTIVE ANIMATION

    ANILOGUE SPECIALS

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    MEET THE FILMMAKERS

    60 min
    in English

    MEET THE FILMMAKERS

    Join us for a coffee and some snacks, meet the festival's visiting filmmakers, enter the informal dialogue between animation professionals.

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    BEST OF ANILOGUE

    60-80 min
    in original language, with English subs

    BEST OF ANILOGUE

    The juries of Anilogue 2015 will annouce their decision on Saturday evening. Two main awards will be handed out: the Best Animated Short and the Best Animated Feature of 2015. Besides, every jury member will be asked to pick a competition film for a Special Award. The Audience Choice award will be based on the votes of the festival audience.

    All the awarded short films are compiled to a single show to be presented after the award ceremony.

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