07.10 | 20:00


This selection offers a series of amazing resurrections. Mykyta Lyskov takes an old Ukrainian-made TV out of nothingness and enchants us with the magic of analogue video noise. The star duo of animators, Cristóbal León and Joaquín Cociña, bring two famous Chileans back from the other world to right the wrongs of history. Other authors revive memory - personal and historical: childhood impressions of russian-soviet colonialism, the image of a family farm lost forever, experiences of oppression of African diaspora. But the traumatic memories are most shockingly rearranged in fragments in the film "To You" - a message to the enemy, whose offence should neither be forgotten nor forgiven.

Curated by Yuliia Kuznietsova.

Running time 80 min.

  • Spring
    Mykyta Lyskov

    Ukraine | 02:08 | 2023

    Spring was the name of an old Soviet TV set that was produced in Ukraine. This abstract movie is made up of noises that are recorded on this TV.

  • Los Huesos
    Cristóbal León, Joaquín Cociña

    Chile | 14:22 | 2021

    Los Huesos is a fictitious account of the world’s first stop-motion animated film. Dated 1901 and excavated in 2021 as Chile drafts a new Constitution, the footage documents a ritual performed by a girl who appears to use human corpses. Emerging in the ritual are Diego Portales and Jaime Guzmán, central figures in the construction of authoritarian and oligarchic Chile.

  • Horse
    Jass Kaselan

    Estonia | 05:25 | 2022

    The animated film “Hobune” (“The Horse”) is a visualization of my sense perceptions, imagined worlds, and memories of the past as the author. The revived images of memories also reflect current reality, as they are inevitably impacted by the experience of the present. Before realizing the film, I did not construct a script nor plan the progression of the unified whole. Therefore the structure and makeup of the animation were created and developed in the process of creation. Generalizing, I can say that the animated film “Hobune” does not present a single narrative, but several different tales or sequences of images that have been formed into a cohesive whole.

  • Homesick Lungs
    Felix Klee

    Germany | 14:39 | 2021

    You can't bring back a dead horse, but there are ways to step into a place that was lost. "Homesick Lungs" is an experimental farewell. The film delves into the lungs of Sheila, the dying horse, and the history of a sold family farm. 3D animations, screen recordings and documentary footage combine to form an essay on reconstructed memory. In the end, the wind brushes through virtual nettles.

  • Carrots Don't Wait
    Lina Machida

    Japan | 07:36 | 2023

    That stray dog that the girl loved so much wanted an apple for a long time. Meanwhile, the carrots try to turn everything into a seedbed. The girl opens the box and leaves with the dog because they know that decay is inevitable.This animation captures a moment of overlapping birth and death.

  • To you
    Wafa Lazhari

    Tunisia | 18:04 | 2022

    On a dust of stars, Are drawn old and dark memories. Either I condemn you, Or I free you from your agony.


  • La próxima te acompaño
    Camila Dron

    Argentina | 01:00 | 2023

    Blue Print animation. "Next time i'll join you" is the result of the combination of various animation techniques and supports, both physical and digital. The process begins by converting computerized images of a person's interior into blueprints. This work seeks to play and expand the notion of the representations that technology offers us about the interior of our own body.

  • Reparations
    Wilson Andres Borja

    Colombia | 08:24 | 2022

    Reparations is an experimental animated short film that explores the phenomenon of migration (forced and voluntary), through the fragmentation and modulation of a character: A chair that moves as a result of invisible forces. Forces that sometimes represent coloniality, in others industrialization and in the most complex, the consequences of war. The chair object incorporates a search in the middle of marginalization, adaptation and inequality, through a series of urban scenarios in which symbols of the African diaspora that survived and dispersed in the Americas are displayed. The chair embodies the result of these interactions, claiming expressions of resistance such as African percussion and the use of Quilts.

  • Lycaeon
    Marina Hendrychová

    Czech Republic | 09:17 | 2022

    We find ourselves embodying a traveler, who is led to seek out their inner beast and destroy it. The idea of the monster (a werewolf) is primarily constructed on the dynamics of autoimmune diseases, in which the body self-destructs. The patient becomes other to themselves, unable to fight a concrete enemy. The hope for life lies in self-acceptance.