SHORTS AT CHAPTER:
Before language, humans communicated in a myriad of visual signals.
Join us at Chapter on Wednesday 18th July for a chance to see our Speechless programme of animated short films, one of the highlights of Cardiff Animation Festival 2018. These carefully selected animated short films in competition are masterpieces of visual storytelling, to be enjoyed in any language. From a Stranger Things-style portrait of childhood and illness, to a punky Garden of Eden escape story, these films will enchant and immerse you, delight and enlighten you, all without saying a word.
The screening is followed by a BSL-interpreted discussion for those who want to stay and learn more about the films – plus stay for a drink and a chat, we would love to meet you!
(S) - Student film
Wednesday 18th July 2018
6:00pm | Chapter Cinema 2
£7.20 / £5.10 concessions
AND THE MOON STANDS STILL
Dir. Yulia Ruditskaya | Belarus | 10:43
The presence of the moon affects all under its glow. Based on the motifs from the fairy tale “The Witcher” by Aleksey Tolstoy.
Dir. Juie Caty | France | 5:21
E and A are bored to death in the Garden of Eden. One night, they run off in God's cabriolet.
Dir. Matthew Incontri | USA | 9:41 (S)
A boys love of action movies becomes his only outlet after facing a far more difficult battle in reality.
Dir. Nathan Jurevicius | Canada/Australia | 5:04
Two skaters looking for their next big adventure help an old person with their groceries.
Dir. Anne Breymann | Germany | 5:19
At night the forest creatures gather to gamble, putting their innermost at stake.
BENDITO MACHINE VI - CARRY ON
Dir. Jossie Malis | Spain | 13:57
An inevitable and enigmatic bio-technological interweaving is just around the corner. What can go wrong?
Dir. Evelyn Jane Ross | USA | 2:27 (S)
In the beginning of them She created us.
Dir. Fernando Pomares | Spain | 15:07
A man dressed as a cowboy rides his horse down the path of his dreams.
Dir. Dina Velikovskaya | Russian Federation | 8:45
Kukuschka is a bird. She follows the sun. It seems to her as if she already could touch It, but the sun is still far away.
Dir. Ben Steer | UK | 5:59
A mother and her child are forced to leave their home when mysterious, dark shadows envelop the light in which they exist.