The 15th Athens Animfest was postponed because of the COVID pandemic, but in their website you can still find the Official Selection for this years competitors.
While we wait for further information about the festival, here is the second post of he selected stop motion shorts:
Colorful Dream, by Jan Balej (Czech Republic).
“An island lost in the ocean, a man who could fly…”
Click here to see the short film.
Father, by Apollonia Xylouris.
“An animated short about a father’s relationship with his daughter and their bond through music.”
Flower and the Girl, from Robin Heap.
“The short tells the story of a little shadow girl learning to become real.”
Food Chain / Toiduahel, by Liis Kokk, Mari Kivi.
“On the one hand it’s dirty work and on the other hand gorgeous product. This is a film about making food and consuming it. The producing part itself is not always as clean as we hope, yet we turn the blind eye as long as the end product looks desirable enough. The film plays with the fantasy of making food and about the satisfaction we get when having delicious products.”
Foreign Exchange, by Corrie Francis Parks
“Using a collection of banknotes and sand gathered from over 50 countries, “Foreign Exchange” looks like nothing you have seen before, taking you into a tiny world of dazzling details.
A multitude of mini-universes collide in this tiny world built with money and sand. What you observe, and the meaning you derive from that observation, depends on where you start your journey. Look closely, it’s all in the details…”