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  1. "WILD WORLD” Yusuf/Cat Stevens

    Directed by Effie Pappa
    Production Company: Monster @ Dirty Films


    Ingrid: Christina Moraiti
    Gambler / Astronaut: Spyros Tatsis
    Main Dealer: Dimitris Borotsi Kourkoulos
    Piano Man: David Endoze
    Sax Man: Nikos Alifrangis
    Extras: Penny Alifrangi, Dinos Georgakopoulos, Daliana Georgakopoulou

    Story by Yusuf/Cat Stevens & Effie Pappa

    Producer: Ben Parkin
    Executive Producer: Alex Bedford
    Assistant Producer: James Robinson
    Production Assistant: Tom Davies
    Service Production Company: Takes 2
    Producer Greece: Manolis Kontarinis

    Director of Photography: Dimitris Lambridis
    Art Director: Maria Kalamara
    Styling: Elisavet Karatsoki
    Hair & Make Up: Demmy Stamatopoulou
    Post-Production Clean up and VFX: Jake Ben-David
    Editor: Gary Coogan - THE QUARRY
    Colourist: Peter Oppersdorff - MPC

    Assistant Director: Efi Papageorgiou
    Production Manager: George Pergantos
    Camera Assistant A: Stamatis Kouros
    Camera Assistant B: Spyros Kontorouchas
    Camera Assistant C: Peggy Zouti
    Gaffer: Michalis Christoforatos
    Electrician: Sakis Kiousis
    Electrician: Giorgos Athanasopoulos
    Rigging: Stathis Giannikos
    Props Maker: Anastasia Papadopoulou
    Set Dresser Vasiliki Tsiligrou
    DIT: Christos Theofanopoulos
    Sound Engineer: Alexandros Sakellariou
    Production Assistant: Dionysis Metaxas
    Production Assistant: Christos Panagopoulos
    Production Assistant: Markos Kontarinis
    Edit Assistant: Dave Robinson
    Edit Producer Tor Adams
    Edit house THE QUARRY
    Colour Producer: Edwin Elkington
    Colour: MPC
    Additional VFX Effie Pappa
    Stop Motion Animation Anastasia Papadopoulou
    Audio Mix and Design PJ E Davy & Autow Nite Superstore

    Equipment and Studio Rental: Arctos Films
    Lights Rental: Daffy Lights
    Shooting Location: Upper Bar Athens

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  2. Written and directed by Diana Gradinaru and Rory Waudby-Tolley

    ‘New Year’ is an 9-minute animated short set over two time periods.

    In 1999 a boy becomes obsessed with the Y2K bug; In the distant future a girl is learning to be a priest in a religion based upon the ‘artefacts’ left behind by the boy.

    Ravaged by millennia of climate breakdown, Britain is underwater. But Simon's ramblings and football stickers inspire a faith where the heat of the earth is respected and 90s Man United midfielder Nicky Butt is worshiped as a God.

    The Year 2000 was simultaneously the beginning of the future, and the end of world.

    Produced by Becky Perryman
    Executive produced by Phil Davies

    Starring Jason Forbes, Thea Gajic, Lorna Gayle and Javone Prince

    Animation and design by Diana Gradinaru, Rory WT, Ala Nunu Leszynska and Chiara Sgatti

    Sound and music by Skillbard

    Hymn by Paul Devlin

    Casting by Leanne Flinn

    Made with the support of BFI NETWORK

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  3. A boy explores an abandoned fairground one night in Marseille.

    Animated and Directed by Daniel Stankler
    Album Joshua Out :
    Live @L'Olympia, Paris, Jan 29th 2021

    Production Company Cardel
    Producers Carla Mooney, Delwyn Mooney
    Animation Assistant Natasza Cetner


    Production Company: Cardel

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  4. In the midst of a searing heatwave, two little children find a way to cool everyone down!

    A playful stop motion short film animated in a hybrid techique between cut out, claynimation and thousands of replacements pieces.

    Animated and Directed by
    Fokion Xenos

    Written by
    Fokion Xenos & Stella Heath Keir

    Edited by
    Stella Heath Keir

    Cinematography by
    Brenden Freedman

    Produced by
    Priya K. Dosanjh

    Music by
    Andreas Gutuen Aaser

    Sound Design by
    Kevin Langhamer

    Production Design by
    Antonio Niculae

    Model Making by
    Thanos Katzavelos

    Character Design and Additional Animation
    Alexandros Apostolakis

    Distinction: Best of Annecy Kids: 2019 World Premiere, Annecy International Animated Film Festival / Annecy, France
    Shortlisted for best Student Short Animation, BAFTA LA / Los Angeles, USA
    Best Postgraduate Short Animation 2019 Award, Best Sound Design Award, Royal Television Society / England, UK
    Best Short Animation IRIS award, Hellenic Film Academy / Athens, Greece
    Mc Lauren Award for best short animation, Edinburgh Int. Film Festival / Edinburgh, Scottland
    Cinekid Best Short Animation Award, Cinekid Festival / Amsterdam Netherlands
    Best Student Short Film / AnimaSyros Animation Festival
    Special Mention, Athens Int. Film Festival /Athens Greece
    Most Popular Kids Film Audience Award, Primanima / Budaörs, Hungary
    Stratos Stasinos Award for Best Student Short, ASIFA Hellas / Athens, Greece
    Outstanding Achievement in sound Editing Award, Motion Pictures Sound Editors / Hollywood, USA
    Best Short Animation Film Award, Barnes Film Festival / London, UK
    Best In Show, Best Stop Motion, Audience favourite Awards, Florida Animation Festival / Florida UK
    Edge Award for best non - commercial Animation, Edge Awards - Greek Design Awards / Athens, Greece
    Best British Film, Best Student film, Canterbury Animfest / Cantenbury, UK
    Best of Jury Award, Kinoproba Animation Festival / Moscow, Russia
    Animayoung Competition Award, Picolo Festival Animazione / Fruili Venezia, Italy
    Honorable Mention, KDIAF / Taipei, Taiwan
    Best of International Animation “New Talents” Award, Trickfilm Festival / Wiesbaden, Germany
    Best Directing Award, Tofuzi Animation Festival / Batumi Georgia
    ODA Tetova International Film Festival, Best Short Animation, Tetovo, Republic of North Macedonia
    Best Greek Animation Short Award, Thessaloniki Animation Festival / Thessaloniki, Greece
    Best Animation Short, 3rd Place for Best Short Film, Micro μ Festival / Athens, Greece
    Best of Kids Fest Anca, Slovenia

    - Officially selected in 137 international film and animation festivals (To be noted soon…)

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  5. How do we best kill the mouse?

    Graduation film of Shadi Adib based on a novel by Sadeq Chubak with voices from Nick Cave, Andreas Hykade, David Bennett, Shaun Lawton and Jimmy Hibbert.

    Director: Shadi Adib
    Screenplay: Simon Thummet, Shadi Adib
    Animation: Shadi Adib, Kim Liersch
    Composting: Francesco Faranna
    Producer: Stefan Michel
    Foley & Mouse Music: Luis Schoeffend
    Sound & Mix: Marc Fragstein
    Music: Marius Kirsten
    Voices: Nick Cave, Andreas Hykade, David Bennett, Shaun Lawton, Jimmy Hibbert
    Film School: Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg

    Fabian&Fred is happy to support director Shadi Adib and producer Stefan Michel in the festival distribution and hosting the Vimeo Premiere.

    Festivals incl.: Animation Festival Stuttgart, Tampere Film Festival, Annecy Animation Festival, Zagreb Animation Festival, Galway Film Festival, New Orleans Film Festival, Bucheon Animation Festival, Regard Short Film Festival, Go Short, Cinequest, Sapporo Short Film Festival and many more.

    ©2019 Filmakademie Baden Württemberg

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