Fresh From Finland screening consists of a bunch of animated shorts made during 2015 and 2016. We think they represent the best of the Finnish animated films right now. The screening includes works from emerging talents as well as seasoned directors, and they are made using a delightfully diverse bunch of animation techniques.
Sore Eyes for Infinity by Elli Vuorinen has its world premiere at the festival.
An educational film about women’s sexuality, genitalia and their functions during sexual interaction. Contains nudity.
The optician grows tired of seeing the world too clearly and her inevitable involvement in its defects.
Filthy shades of grey.
A naked man stands on a mountain. He leans into the wind and flaps.
Our days are different, but we all look in the mirror. The way we view ourselves is very different from the way we look at everyone else. The way we truly are or what we feel is not always or ever seen by others. But when we look in the mirror we must face ourselves and look into our own eyes. In those moments we are bare.
A person is trying to chop wood.
This town is not big enough for the two of them. Nor their moustache.
Penelope forgets about it.
Memento mori – remember that you must die… Questions of life and death are evoked in this poetic animation.
World’s first 1D-film! EBU-standard colour bars are forced to emigrate from their homeland that is not suitable for living.
Everybody’s looking for Thon?
Vienna 1914. Otto finds a wormhole into another dimension. It drives his mental health and relationship into ruins. While Otto seeks counseling from Freud, his girlfriend Emma also finds comfort on Freud’s couch.