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Central Eastern European Animations

CEE Animation Talents highlights the most talented young animation filmmakers from Central and Eastern Europe. It presents the best films made by…

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13/11/21 16/11/21
Compartment no. 6

In the early 1990s, young Finnish archeology student Laura boards a train from Moscow to Murmansk in Russia’s far north; her goal is to look at some…

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01/11/18 01/11/18
International Competition 1: Against Nature

Even if we are at one with the natural world, is the natural world at one with us? Nature, therefore, sets us a challenge. These films exemplify…

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09/11/21
Kratt

When city tweens Mia and Kevin are left at their grandmother’s farm without their smartphones, they are bored to tears, but grandma soon finds lots of…

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03/11/20 19/11/20
Meanwhile on Earth

When we die, there are still some practicalities that need to be taken care of before our time among the living is finally over. Swedish director Carl…

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03/11/18 07/11/18
November

The dark myths and legends of Pagan Estonia are given free reign in Rainer Sarnet’s evocative tale of a medieval village which dabbles in witchcraft…

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