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  1. The Boy Who Learned To Fly

    The Boy Who Learned To Fly is a seven-minute biographical film based on true events from Usain Bolt’s life. The flat-shaded look captures the vibrant flora of Jamaica with layers of colourful geometric shapes and textures. The film won a D&AD Pencil Awards for Film Advertising Crafts / Animation for Film Advertising.

  2. BEER by Charles Bukowski (Mature)

    Stale cigarette butts, endless bottles of beer and the loneliness of waiting for people and situations that never arrive. When you’re a lost degenerate, alcohol is both curse and consolation the viewer is told in this alcohol-soaked interpretation of the Charles Bukowski poem, ‘BEER’.

  3. Bang Bang!

    Bang Bang! is a 12-minute French animated short directed by Julien Bisaro and co-written by Claire Paoletti (Long Way North). The psychological film follows Éda, a young girl who feels confined to her father’s overbearing shadow. A car accident leaves her wandering the woods, where her father is out hunting. Lost, Éda comes face-to-face with an enigmatic pink dog and the opportunity to start a new path. Layered with metaphors, Bang Bang! leaves the viewer enough room to form their own interpretation.

  4. Sweet Winter

    Sweet Winter is a short animation by Marie Vieillevie, also known as Mary Oldlife, and Hugo Bravo. The film was created for a competition launched by Yoplait, in which it was a finalist. It combines euphonious sound effects, a modest melody and fluid animation which melts from one scene into another. It is a visual slice of daily life that feels like you are watching a poem unfold.

  5. PADRE

    PADRE is a short stop-motion film directed by Santiago Bou Grasso. It is the winner of 90 international awards and was selected in 265 international film festivals.