Date: 12 June 2021 (ended)
Time: 16:00
Category: Event
Section: TSFF DEI PICCOLI

IL MEGLIO DI ANIMATEKA – CORTI D’ ANIMAZIONE PER BAMBINI

Animateka – Ljubljana International Animation Film Festival – has selected for the TSFF dei Piccoli some of the best recent animated shorts from Central and Eastern Europe: 8 short films that will make you dream and have fun!

+3 years /no dialogues / 43’
ticket 5€

KOYAA – LAJF JE ČIST ODBIT
(Koyaa – The Extraordinary)
Kolja Saksida
Slovenia, 2011, col., 3’
Koyaa tackles everyday situations in his own wacky way. In the morning, he wants to tie his shoes but the naughty laces won’t listen. Luckily, he’s not alone on the remote mountain lodge: when things start getting crazy, his friend the wise Raven is always ready to help.

NOVÝ DRUH
(The New Species)
Kateřina Karhánková
Czech Rep., 2013, col., 6’
This is a story about three children who find a mysterious bone and their journey to find the creature it belongs to.

CIRKUS RDEČEGA MAKA
(Circus of Red Poppy)
Martin Smatana
Slovakia, 2015, col., 5’
Once upon a starry night, a small boy with a head full of fantasies witnesses dreamlike circus performances. He realizes that the price of the ticket to the fantastic circus tent is too high and the gate between reality and dream is closing.

MIRIAMI KODUTU KOER
(Miriam’s Stray Dog)
Andres Tenusaar
Estonia, 2015, col., 5’
Miriam and her family are building a snowman. A stray dog who really likes the snowman is watching them build it. The next morning the dog’s owner shows up.

KUKUSČKA
(Kukuschka)
Dina Velikovskaya
Russia, 2016, col., 8’
Kukuschka is a bird who follows the Sun. It seems to her that she can already touch it, but the Sun is still so far away.

JEŽEVA KUĆA
(Hedgehog’s Home)
Eva Cvijanović (Bonobostudio/NFB)
Canada – Croatia, 2017, col., 10’
In a lush and lively forest lives a hedgehog. He is respected and envied by the other animals. However, his unwavering devotion to his home annoys a quartet of insatiable beasts. Together, they march off towards the hedgehog’s home and spark a tense and prickly standoff.

PRINC KI-KI-DO: ZIMA
(Prince Ki-Ki-Do: Winter Story)
Grega Mastnak
Slovenia, 2017, col., 4’
The forest is in trouble! Ki-Ki-Do is on his way!

KUAP
Nils Hedinger

Switzerland, 2018, col., 7’
A tadpole somehow misses out on becoming a frog and is left behind, alone. But there is much yet to discover in the pond and spring is sure to come again next year. A little story about growing up.