The first sexual experience described in this affective animated doc by Jonas Odell.
Brazilian animator Henrique Barone contemplates a life above the ocean bed in The Man Who Saw A Boat. Watch the film.
Benoît Delaunay, Albane Hertault Lacoste, Maïwenn le Borgne, and Alexia Provoost present a dramatic tale of three cats.
An experimental playing with Pablo Neruda. Watch The Me Bird by 18bis studio, Brasil.
A tender film about our relationship with the past from the Croatian director Veljko Popović. Watch Dove sei, amor mio.
Bo Juhl Nielsen and The Animation Workshop in Denmark present a story of unemployment and momentary happiness. Watch Under the Fold.
The UK animator Adam Wells describes his vision of a geometrically shaped world of uninteresting individuals with gusto. Watch Brave Old New.
A group of students at Supinfocom Arles school, France, have directed a short about a calm but strange funeral. Watch Le Taxidermiste.
A Roman soldier is asked to deliver a message through the forest, but has to pass through a bear guarding its own space. Watch Dum Spiro.
Vegetarian robbery. Bloody trip by Domestic Infelicity. Watch the short.
The Oscar-nominated Polish director Tomek Baginksi prepares a funny, but adventurous take on nutrition. Watch his Kellogg's spot.
Watch an inventive, and brain-worthy little film: Je m' appelle Nathan (My name is Nathan) by Benoit Berthe.
7 directors tell a romantic death story between a skeleton, a woman and a dog. Watch Le fantôme de l'apéro.
The French feature film A Monster in Paris is in reality a paean to Paris, but not to its citizens.
Bastiaan Schravendeel and Polder Animation present a film where narrative inventiveness matches visual charm: Now you know it anyway.