Focus Germany short films
Germany is the guest of the 2017 edition of the festival. On this occasion, we screen a subjective panorama of the young generation of German cinema, with audacious, ambitious, creative and generous films.
Milica is 7 and she lives in Serbia with her grandmother - baka in Serbian - who raises her. But the grandmother is very sick.
A surreal grotesque about love and hate in a fish factory.
The big wheel in the most exciting area of the city is the perfect real estate for such young couples as Jakob and Nicole.
At night the forest creatures gather to gamble, putting their innermost at stake.
A little boy walks through a toy store full of people talking a strange and incomprehensible language. Alone he bonds with a young mother who finds a way to communicate with him without words.
Cyprien CLEMENT-DELMAS and Igor KOSENKO
The 88-years-old veteran Anatoly has taught everything he knows about being a soldier, to his 18-years-old foster-grandson Artiom. One day when Artiom wants to go to war, Anatoly is no longer sure to let him go.
An audio visualization through manipulation and animation of video recordings in the city of Berlin.