Your query returned no results. Please change your search criteria and try again.
Saturday August 7th | 1.15PM - 4.30PM
by Zaide Kutay e Géraldine Cammisar, animation, MA Film, 7’38”, 2020
A lone truck driver collides with other versions of himself and the world derails.
by Amélie Cochet and Louis Möhrle, animation, BA Animation, 6’25”, 2019
Ihr (Them) is the story about a building with an inner courtyard and its inhabitants. While the different characters follow their everyday routines, trash slowly begins to pile up in the courtyard. What seems harmless in the beginning, one night escalates to a total disaster.
by Vera Falkenberg, Stephanie Thalmann and Livia Werren, animation, BA Animation, 4’41”, 2019
Anita has been suffering under the tyranny of the scientists at an animal research clinic for years. When she meets the pig Sirius, she realizes that she has to take her fate into her own hands.
by Aline Schoch, animazione, BA Animazione, 4’35”, 2020
In a world of escalators, figures pursue their desire to consume in a given rhythm. One of the figures is sucked in at the end of an escalator and finds itself in a quiet, weightless room, where it joins the playing group. Meanwhile, the escalator world is thrown into confusion by a chips-mad dog. When the dog is also sucked in by an escalator, a power struggle between the two worlds begins.
Liebe Grüsse aus dem Anthropozän
by Lucas Ackermann, documentario, BA Video, 14’26’’, 2020
v.o. swiss-german/romancio, ST english
Our habitat is in a state of flux. Four young adults say goodbye to places in nature, which mean a lot to them. Civilisation and nature meet, borders blur.
Cosmic Liz and Ivy Rose
by Maria Lena Koen, documentary, BA Video, 16’09’’, 2021
o.v. Swiss-German, English, ST German, English
Liz, a young woman, leads a wild, independent life in London. The arrival of her daughter Ivy Rose changes everything. She takes on her new responsibilities, returns home and in her own colorful and loving way, she tries to find a balance between conventions and her uncontainable lust for life.
by Jules Claude Gisler, video, BA Video, 9’27’’, 2020
While a snowy train ride, events around the world flickering up. A trip through media, everyday life and ant mills. A mix out of documentary observance and found footage material.