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A Tiny Tale
France / Animation / 8 minutes 

Director/Writer: Sylvain Cuvillier, Chloé Bourdic, Théophile Coursimault

Producer: Philippe Meis

A dog gets abandoned on the side of the road. Attached to a street light, he stays alone until the day he meets a young astronaut wannabe and a professional cyclist who keeps on trying to beat her highest score.

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Affairs Of The Art
United Kingdom /  Animation / 16 minutes

Director: Joanna Quinn

Writer: Les Mills

Producer: Michael Fukushima, Les Mills

How many obsessions can one family have? In Joanna Quinn and Les Mills’ Affairs of the Art, we reconnect with Beryl, the working-class heroine who not only reveals her own obsession with drawing but exposes the addictions of her eccentric family, which include pickling, screw threads and pet taxidermy.

Peru / Animation / 8 minutes

Director/Writer: Elva Arrieta

Producer: Elva Arrieta, Liliana Vilchez

Leti is a girl who lives in a world where she cannot play like other boys. In the midst of his discontent, she will try to gather his feathers to one day achieve the freedom he seeks so much.

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Sweden / Animation / 11 minutes 

Director: Isabel Fahlén

Writer: Linda Boodh

A poetic short about loss – in a time when nature only remains in books, dreams and memories. A child, an old man and a woman are reflecting over everything lost with the insects. Their stories are intertwined by the mythical Apollo butterfly.

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Are You Okay?
USA / Animation / 8 minutes 

Director: Ryan Cannon

Writer: Jordan Gibler, Ryan Cannon

Producer: Amanda Carson, Ryan Cannon

Cast: Ashley Blanchet,Noah, Counselor

A short film produced by Wonder Media in collaboration with the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center Foundation to bring awareness to the effect of cyberbullying among teens. This bystander story is told through the perspective of a 15 year old girl, Raquelle, who witnesses her classmate Noah being bullied. When doing the right thing transforms Raquelle from bystander to victim, she finds herself trapped in the same emotional quicksand of her peers. 

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Bad Brittney
USA / Animation / 2 minutes 

Director/Writer: Katie Underwood

Producer: Ringling College of Art and Design

A short film about the world's most famous doll buckling under the pressure of being perfect.

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Bad Seeds
Canada / Animation / 6 minutes

Director/Writer: Claude Cloutier

Producer: Galilé Marion-Gauvin, Julie Roy

Bad Seeds takes us to a bizarre world populated by carnivorous plants that can change shapes the way a chameleon changes colours. The veteran director of Carface deftly connects growth with rivalry and evolution with competition, crafting an increasingly shocking duel that’s peppered with allusions to the western, the Cold War, board games, and much more.

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Beyond The Line
Korea / Animation / 3 minutes

Director: Jinuk Choi

A wheelchair dreams of one day being fast like a racing car. One
night, the wheelchair decides to do its own race in the hospital
hallway. Will the wheelchair be able to fulfill his dream tonight?

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Bird Feed
Singapore / Animation / 3 minutes

Director: Raiden Chia Chin Yong

Producer: Louis Ng

A baker has lunch at a park. What can go wrong?

Singapore / Animation / 5 minutes 

Director: Alex Li Hangyun

Producer: Verista Joan Alicia

A young wizard in training is forced to deal with not only her annoying classmate, but also an angry boulder.

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Denmark / Animation / 6 minutes

Director/Writer: Elena Felici

Producer: Michelle Nardone Anja Perl

One city bus, three passengers and a back seat scenario they fail to

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Christmas This Year
USA / Animation / 2 minutes

Director: Julie Reiters


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Clara With A Mustache
Kosovo / Animation / 10 minutes

Director/Writer: Ilir Blakcori

Producer: Molos 

A 100 deutschmark, and its beautiful portrait of Clara Schumann. This banknote travels from one person to another, unveiling their stories and
perspectives. Travelling from hand to hand, Clara reveals different human emotions and situations. It embodies herself into different situations such as: a war, life rescue, robbery, crime, corruption, fraud, destruction and hope.

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Clarence Of Tomorrow
USA / Animation / 13 minutes

Director/Writer/Producer: Shawn Spear

An office worker's lunch break becomes a struggle for survival in the bowels of a futuristic city.

Netherlands / Comedy / 2 minutes

Director: Jasper Loos, Diederick Geers, Jelle Janssen

Writer: Diederick Geers, Jelle Janssen

Producer: Richard Valk, Eline van Hagen

A sheriff's shootout turns into an adventure through the wondrous world of film.

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Death And The Lady
USA / Animation / 7 minutes

Director/Writer: Geoff Bailey, Lucy Struever

On a dark and stormy night, Death pays a visit to a very old lady and her dog.

New Zealand / Animation / 18 minutes

Director/Writer: Sam Gill

Fetch is a heart-on-its-sleeve animated dramedy about a dog and his human, working together as the only maintenance crew aboard a colossal space station.

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Flowing Home
France / Animation / 15 minutes

Director/Writer: Sandra Desmazieres

Producer: Dora Benousilio, Julie Roy

Two sisters grow up in Vietnam and are separated by the war between North and South. After the fall of Saigon in 1975, Thao, in her teens, must leave the country with her uncle. Her sister Saoi Maï, only a little older, remains with their parents, hoping they will soon be reunited. But their separation will last nearly 20 years, and the letters they exchange are their only way to connect and relieve their loneliness. Thao and Sao Maï write about their everyday lives, their memories, the war, and its ghosts.