Sundance Film Festival 2020 would be screening both extraordinary and inspiring films in the Animated Shorts category. Original, independent work with eye opening perspectives. To catch these thrilling projects, don’t miss out to get your Sundance Tickets.
A lineup of all the Animated Shorts to be premiered:
Daughter (Czech Republic)
Director and screenwriter: Daria Kashcheeva — A story that revolves around longing for a father’s love while stuck with a dilemma to forgive him or suffer more years of agony.
Daytime Noir (U.S.A.)
Director: Jeron Braxton — A world premiere on an adventure of a mother son duo as they explore the world of TV together.
Eadem Cutis: the same skin (Germany)
Director: Nina Hopf — A North American Premiere that Portrays John’s perspective on life, gender and identity; and how he wants the world to perceive his body.
Director and screenwriter: Nate Milton — A storybased on true events discussing thoughts on magic, deception and strangeness of a Kingdom.
Director and screenwriter: Robin Jensen — A complicated love triangle that holds a meat grinder, a man and a woman together.
Hot Flash (Canada)
Director and screenwriter: Thea Hollatz — Ace starts experience a hot flash just before a live show. So how will she overcome this state without messing up?
Hudson’s Geese (U.S.A.)
Director and screenwriter: Bernardo Britto — A story of a goose as he recollects moments from his last migration.
Inès (France and Switzerland)
Director and screenwriter: Élodie Dermange — Inès is facing a dilemma and has to think over the choice that she will make.
My Juke-Box (France)
Director and screenwriter: Florentine Grelier — Hearing upon a song reminds a man of his father’s jukebox and the music he would listen on it.
No, I Don’t Want to Dance! (United Kingdom)
Director and screenwriter: Andrea Vinciguerra — Have you ever wondered if dance can lead to a dangerous encounter in dark times?
Sh_t Happens (Czech Republic, Slovakia, France)
Directors and screenwriters: Michaela Mihalyi, David Štumpf — How events unfold in life of three characters : an overworked caretaker; his annoyed wife and a deer in depression.
The Shawl (U.S.A.)
(Director: Sara Kiener) — A Stieve Nicks concert becomes a reunion spot for a pair of boyfriends who were dealing with a long distance relationship.
Slug Life (United Kingdom)
Director and Screenwriter: Sophie Koko Gate — An insight of Tanya’s life – who is not much of a human lover. She finally creates a giant slug. But is it meant to thrive in this world?
Takoyaki Story (Japan)
Director and screenwriter: Sawako Kabuki — Takoyaki – octopus balls, become a source of attraction for a girl who tastes them as her first try and gets addicted to this Japanese cuisine.
Wong Ping’s Fables 2 / Hong Kong
Director and Screenwriter: Ping Wong — Wong Ping, urinates two times to make you see your own reflection before pressing your head down.
Wood Child and Hidden Forest Mother (United Kingdom)
Director and screenwriter: Stephen Irwin — A story about a hunter in a forest setting as he encounters an unusual creature which he cannot kill.