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Short Animation Films 2018

    Olympia International Film Festival for Children and Young People announces the animation short films in competition at its 21st edition, which will be held between 1-8 December 2018. The films are listed in alphabetical order of their Greek titles.

    1. Clemence’s afternoon, Lénaïg Le Moigne, France, 2017, 10΄
    2. Late afternoon, Louise Bagnall, Ireland, 2017, 9’
    3. The bird wedding, Jana Geisler, Germany, 2017, 7΄
    4. Gaea and Aether, May Stathopoulou, Greece, 2018, 5’
    5. Cat days, Jon Frickey, Germany-Japan, 2018, 11΄
    6. Bless you!, Paulina Ziółkowska, Poland, 2018, 5΄
    7. Solar walk, Réka Bucsi, Denmark, 2018, 21΄
    8. 1 meter/hour, Nicolas Deveaux, France, 2018, 9΄
    9. The theory of sunset, Roman Sokolov, Russia, 2017, 9΄
    10. Maybe it’s me, Dimitris Simou, UK, 2017, 6΄
    11. The hunt, Alexey Alekseev, France, 2017, 6΄
    12. Mister Paper goes out for a walk, Ben Tesseur -Steven De Beul, Belgium-Netherlands, 2017, 9΄
    13. White crow, Miran Miošić, Croatia, 2018, 9΄
    14. Threads, Torill Kove, Norway-Canada, 2017, 9΄
    15. Bloeistraat 11, Nienke Deutz, Belgium-The Netherlands, 2018, 10΄
    16. My grandpa is hiding, Anne Huynh, France, 2018, 7΄
    17. Butterfly, Maryam Khalilzadeh, Iran, 2017, 12΄
    18. Trunky, Ekaterina Filippova, Russia, 2017, 7΄
    19. Geno, Dato Kiknavelidze, Georgia-Germany, 2017, 13’
    20. Tweet-tweet, Zhanna Bekmambetova, Russia, 2018, 11΄
    21. My moon, Eusong Lee, USA, 2018, 9΄
    22. Flamingo, Julia Ocker, Germany, 2018, 4΄
    23. Coucouleurs, Oana Lacroix, Switzerland, 2018, 7΄
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