Katowice vs. Budapest: animation set
In cooperation with the Katowice Academy of Fine Arts and the Hungarian Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, the Ars Independent festival will be the first to organize a film screening at the former university’s new premises. The goal of the meeting, during which animations from students of both schools will be screened, is to promote the genre and integrate artistic communities. The Hungarian part of the viewing was carefully chosen by the head of jury of this year’s Black Horse of Animation competition – Anna Ida Orosz.
Alice-Trailer, Aleksander Caban, PL 2015
Frustration, Milan Kopasz, HU 2014
Rapid Heartbeat, Aleksandra Lampart, PL 2012
Heart, Balint Gelley, HU 2012
Abandoned, Michał Rodziński, Ernest Wilczyński, PL 2009
How the World Began?, Ivan Tamas, HU 2013
The Fifth Horseman, Barbara Rupik, PL 2014
Symphony No. 42, Reka Bucsi, HU 2013
Packing for Electricty, Marek Gajowski, PL 2007
Rascal Redemption, Gabor Mariai, HU 2013
Absurd, Michał Kozioł, PL 2012
Tale, Attila Bertoti, HU 2014
Emotions, Mateusz Grzelkiewicz, Joanna Krzywda, Aleksandra Wysocka, Anna Paraniak, Joanna Rzegota, Nina Sosna, Maja Kawiliło, Dominika Wollman, Kewin Krawczyk, Karolina Pawłowska, Sylwia Dybich, Grzegorz Gierlicki, Szymon Padoł, Jakub Wiśniewski, Aleksandra Kulus, Paulina Michalska, Ewa Mikusek, Szymon Golis, Jan Kasperczyk, Jakub Lehmann, Przemysław Piekarski, Martyna Berger, Magdalena Brzezinka, Aleksandra Procak, Aleksandra Strzałkowska, PL 2014
Inglands, Urszula Koperska, PL 2011
The event is part of the New Opening Festival, organized by the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice, which will inaugurate the artistic activity in the new building of the AoFA (Raciborska 50, Katowice). The main event of the New Opening Festival will be a celebration of the inauguration of the academic year 2015/2016, which will be held on October 9, 2015.
The event was co-financed by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.