The Shortest Days – Polish Wave is a show of the five most interesting Polish short films presented in the five European cities. This unofficial celebrations of short movies will take place in the shortest days of a year.
Poznan Open Award I Agnieszka Borowa – HOME Animation. 14’22”, 2014. The heroine of this austere animation comes back to a house built for memories. In order to move one step further, she needs to get over her past.
Poznan Open Award II Vahram Mkhitaryan – MILKY BROTHER. Fiction film, 29’59”, 2014. Seto, a 10 year old boy from an Arnenian village, dreams about having siblings. His family is struck by a tragedy and his brother is literally replaced by a small lamb.
Poznan Open Award III Zofia Pregowska – INVISIBLE Dokumentary, 22’03”, 2014. Mrs. Krystyna is ninety years old and has enormous poetic output in her notebooks. She is still taking notes of her visions of the world, although she can barely see it. She is currently preparing to go on a poetry recitation contest.
Ola Szmida – UNWANTED DESIRES Animation, 4’00”, 2014. A very cheeky animation about people.
Mateusz Glowacki – SURVEY ABOUT MEN. Documentary, 30’53”, 2014. A survey about men or a documentary about women. Another futile attempt to understand the fair sex and an engaging film at the same time.
Total running time: 100
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