Bom Dia Rio
Goeblins, France, 2018, 1min
In this special intro to the 2018 Annecy festival, we see snapshots of the everyday dramas, romances, trials and surprises within the daily life of Rio
Trevor Jimenez, USA/Canada, 2017, 15:17 min
A small boy now has two different homes, his mom’s and his dad’s but it seems he spends a good amount of time being shuffled between the two. Weaving more surreal elements with gives the story a magical and poignant quality.
Florian Brauch, Matthieu Pujol, Kim Tailhades, Yohan Thireau, Romain Thirion, France, 2017, 6:22 min
When marine wildlife has to adapt to pollution, the food chain changes.
Martina Scarpelli, France/Denmark, 2018, 12 min
Have you considered food as a choice rather than a requirement? Have you ever considered your home as the ideal place to be ill in total security? Have you ever felt sexual pleasure when eating something? I have.
Veljko Popovic, Croatia/France, 2018, 7:19 min
In a small town next to the sea in Croatia, the cycling season is at its peak. During the final race the two leaders are not just battling for the grand prize, but also for the affection of a lady and fulfillment of their erotic fantasy.
Lucia Bulgheroni, UK, 2018, 8 min
Katrine has a normal life, a normal job, a normal boyfriend and a normal apartment in a normal city. That’s what she thinks until one day everything starts falling apart.
Jenny Jokela, UK, 2018, 5:45 min
This film is a journey through the methods of coping with post traumatic stress disorder, and an exploration of shame and feelings of disembodiment.
Luis Usón, Andrés Aguilar, Ecuador/Spain/Peru, 2018, 6:15 min
We are all condemned to work and repeat again and again the same empty routines. Can we reach that carrot with which they want to keep us forever occupied, chasing eternally something we do not need?
Nienke Deutz, Belgium/The Netherlands, 2018, 10 min
Inseparable best friends spend their last summer holiday of childhood amusing themselves around the house. As summer progresses their bodies start to change and an awkwardness descends on the friends.