Location: FORT MONOSTOR - PRIVATE HALL - KOMÁROM (HUN),
ANIMATION FILMS 1. (93')
(Poland / Switzerland):
"Danny Boy" is a film concerning the problem of social alienation, yet ironic social satire. The young man, clearly different than the other, wanders the streets aimlessly. One day he meets a girl. Will the woman, recognizing his dissimilarity, rejects him?
Starting his social work as paramedic, young Patrick soon comes in contact with patients that are all suffering from the same problem: loneliness. As he tries to help, he gets himself into relationships that are way more demanding than expected.
A tale of an obsession with junk food that may prove hard to swallow! Junk looks at our advance from living in a natural environment to a man‐made one. Like most of us, our hero is born, raised and will die in the paved world of the city. No longer familiar with, or sharing, the natural world ...
A poetic film based on distorted versions of French kids' riddle and proverb. "Let's wander in the woods, while the wolf is away. If he was around, I would wolf him down…"
Adrián Miguel DELGADO & Tenesor CRUZ NIESVAARA
A man very fussy about order punishes his cat in a very exaggerated manner. The owner of the animal starts to lose his mind as he obsessively speculates about the pet’s possible plans for revenge.
Human beeing is the slave of his imagination. It is a long and complicated journey of finding the way out of it and it requires a good memory.
The children of the village live by the law of the jungle.
Led by the meanest, they scorn the raven boy, the groups outsider.
When one day a fascinating girl appears, putting her spell on everybody, it is the raven boy of all people she takes interest in.
The small community´s moral confidence is shaken.
(The Netherlands / France / Belgium):
Life is good in the idyllic fairytale village of Nix. Until an all-devouring monster appears…
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We summarised the results of the MEDIAWAVE Summer Film Camp during the Ördögkatlan Festival (click here).
On the 4th of May, 2013, avoiding the protocol-centered award ceremony clichés of big film festivals, the organisers attempted to find a more human-centered and personal form of giving the awards and closing the 23rd Gathering in the Fort Monostor.