Hiroshima City Cinematographic and Audio-Visual Library
(Eizo Bunka Library) / 2F Hall

Saturday 28th October, 14:00-, 18:00-

(1) Little Wolf
Dir: An Vrombaut 1992 / 5'32" / U.K.
HIROSHIMA'94 Debut Prize

The smallest member of the pack goes the highest. But what goes up must come down…

(2) Candid
Dir: Zepe 2007 / 11'05" / Portugal
HIROSHIMA'08 Special International Jury Prize

Candid never loved her. Manipulation is his favorite game.

(3) Amentia
Dir: Sergey Ainutdinov 1990 / 10'26" / Russia
HIROSHIMA'92 Category F  [Second Prize]

In the from of paradoxes and irony the film demonstrates the attitude of people to Death and that of Death to people. Death, the character of the film, leads a most unhappy life in a dull town where the notiona of time and place are confused in the minds of the inhabitants.

(4) Premammals
Dir: Michal Zabka 2001 / 9'30" / Czech Rep.
HIROSHIMA'02 Special International Jury Prize

An ordinary day in the life of a premammal family. Mother, father and their four newborn babies fight for their lives in a cruel primeval world. They survive only by a miracle.

(5) KJFG No.5
Dir: Alexey Alekseev 2007 / 2'00" / Hungary
HIROSHIMA'08 Special International Jury Prize

Three "professional" musicians, the Bear, the Rabbit and the Wolf, are practicing their art in the forest, but suddenly the hunter turns up on the scene…

(6) The Neighbours
Dir: Stepan Biryukov 2001 / 6'28" / Russia
HIROSHIMA'02 Debut Prize

"Sosedi" is a story about the inhabitants of a Moscow communal apartment in the 1930s.

Dir: Anita Killi 2009 / 19'50" / Norway
HIROSHIMA'10 Grand Prize

Angry Man is a film about secrets that shouldn't be secret. When the mommy-fish dies, Boj has had enough, and gets power from his own fantasy to go further.