Light in Motion Awards – International Short Film Programme Three
The first programme for the Light in Motion Animated Short Film awards
On a gloomy day, Gu takes a train back to his hometown for the first time in years to reunite with his wife and son, in court.
China/Singapore/USA. Director: Jianjie Lin. 2017. Duration: 20mins
A young couple in love experience an evening of theatre that changes their lives dramatically. A brutal confrontation with the zeitgeist.
Austria. 2017. Director: Michael Podogil. Duration: 17mins
Set in the urban backdrop of North London, Fry–up is an intimate portrayal of what could be a family's last day together.
UK. 2017. Director: Charlotte Regan. Duration: 8mins
Whilst in the middle of their fight to find a surrogate mother in Russia, a Spanish gay couple realise there is a deep wound in their relationship.
Spain. 2017. Director: Pablo Gómez Castro. Duration: 17mins
You want to drink your coffee peacefully but instead you end up in a situation where people start to stir up hatred against refugees – what do you do?
Austria/Germany/Switzerland.2017. Director: Rebecca Panian. Duration: 9mins
A woman tormented by her past meets an old man with whom she immediately connects.
Spain. 2017. Director: Estefanía Cortés. Duration: 17mins
All films in competition have yet to receive certification. Some films contain strong language and themes that may be upsetting to people of a sensitive nature. Not suitable for audiences under 18 years of age.