Animated at TÆPS – Emile Award
Wednesday 24th of April at 18:00
ATTENTION: There has been some mix up with the dates. The event will take place Wednesday 24th, and not Tuesday 23rd. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
We offer the best of European animation, when we again invite to screening of animated shorts at TÆPS, the best bar in town. Fredrikstad Animation Festival is part of European Animation Awards, also called Emile-Award that was handed out December last year. The programme consist of both winners and some of the nominated films for the Emilie-Award.
The film is not suitable for children. Recommended age limit is 12 year.
Direction: Anna Mantazaris
UK – 2017
A film centers around impulses we all can feel but never act upon. Showing glimpses of emotional anarchy and moments of lost self-controll. Enough won the Emile-Award for best student work.
(Fool Time) Job
Direction: Gilles Cuvelier
France – 2017
Pedro has found a new job.
A kind of strange one, but these days, he can’t afford to be fussy. It’s a real chance !
Anyway, he’s never been the kind of getting cold feet…
(Foll Time) Job won the award for best background- and character design at European Animation Award.
The Heroic Quest of the Valiant Prince IVandoe – The Prince and the Pretty Poodle
Direction: Christian Boving-Andersen, Eva-Lee Wallberg
Denmark – 2018
When Ivandoe and his henchmen Bert wanders through a dark and mysterious forrest, they are captured by a wilderness survivor, that turns out to be a puddle called Cupcake. This is episode six of the Danish TV-series commissioned for Cartoon Network, that won the Award for best TV-series during the European Animation Award.
Direction: Nienke Duetz
Belgium, Netherlands – 2018
Inseparable best friends spend their last summer holiday of childhood amusing themselves around the house. As summer progresses their bodies start to morph and shift, and an awkwardness descends on their friendship. Puberty seems determined to interrupt their bond.
Regi: Martina Scarpelli
A woman is locked in her home with an egg, which she is both attracted to and scared of. She eats the egg, she repents. She kills it. She lets the egg die of hunger.
Egg is a poetic short film based on a small yet significant moment of director’s own life. It portraits a moment of shame, defeat and yet of victory.
A most precise and nuanced look into the life of the man, legend and visionary – Martin Luther
Regi: Magnus Igland Møller
Denmark – 2018
A silly but accurate examination of the church reformation 500 years ago. Winner of best commissioned film at the European Animation Award.