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A selection of original creations to draw you into the different worlds of four talented directors.

FLOW, by the Dutch Director Adriaan Lokman, has competed many times at Annecy, Grand Prix for Best Short Film in 2002 for Barcode

FLOW focuses on the central thread that runs through our daily lives and our entire existence, the most vital element of all: air.

Portrait of Suzanne, by the Polish Director Izabela Plucińska, she is a Short Films' jury member at the 2019 Annecy Festival

Her inspiration comes from a short story by Roland Topor about an overweight man, living alone, and one day he sees Suzanne, the woman he once loved, emerge from his injured foot.

He Can’t Live Without Cosmos, by Konstantin Bronzit, Cristal for a Short Film at the 2015 Annecy Festival

A story about a mother and her son, but also about love and destiny.

The Last Supper, by the Polish Director Piotr Dumala, who has competed many times at Annecy, Special Jury Award in 1989 for Sciany

Night. Darkness. A train appears on the screen. Onboard there is a scene inspired by The Last Supper by Leonardo da Vinci. Or, when the painting comes to life.

We Can't Live Without Cosmos © MELNITSA ANIMATION STUDIO / The Last Supper © FUMI


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