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Short Films - Short Adventures A

Runtime:  44min. | Recommended Ages: 7+

The films are screened under Greek subtitles


The program "Short Films – Small Adventures" for ages 7 years and older screens 8 films full of adventure and secrets. They project the acceptance of diversity and the power of nature through an inventive series of narrative approaches.

Shorts in this lineup:

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Animation by Julien Bisaro I France I 26min


Shooom, a baby owl, hatches just as a storm turns the bayou surrounding her tree upside down. No sooner has she fallen from her nest, then the little fledgling totters off into the mangrove, pushing a second egg from the brood along with her. Come hell or high water, she’s determined to find a mother... even if that mom turns out to be an alligator or a raccoon!

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Animation by Anastasia Papadopoulou I Greece 4min I No dialogue

Four people and the time they spend in an elevator. Inspired by everyday life and by the difference in people's behavior when they are alone, in contrast to the socially acceptable behavior that individuals adopt when in public space and especially in the confined and always awkward setting of an elevator.

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Animation by Eleni Lazaridi I Greece I 3min

No dialogue


Fikos is trying to cross the city on his wheelchair, but he constantly encounters obstacles that he can overcome only through imagination.

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Animation by Patrice Seiler and Maxime Marion France I 11min. 


Mr. Nostoc lives in a hectic city. Not stressed or pressed by time, he goes to work, and always has a new surprise under his hat. When night comes, he goes into his attic and stays there for hours. Working on his secret.

This film was made using solely waste and salvaged material.

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