DEU 2014 15’

DIRECTED BY: David Jansen
SCREENPLAY: David Jansen, Sophie Biesenbach
PRODUCED BY: Fabian Driehorst

Daewit ­ a victim of parental abuse ­ finds himself in the care of a family of wolves, which keeps him safe until his next meeting with man. David Jansen transforms the trope of the wild child, one deeply rooted in Western culture. He speaks about violence, the search for one’s lost identity and the long path to forgiveness.

The Black Horse Competition

Feature debuts and second films competition

The Black Horse of Animation Competition 1/3

Short animations competition

The Black Horse of Animation Competition 2/3

Short animations competition

The Black Horse of Animation Competition 3/3

Short animations competition

Give it a Chance!

Set of animations, from which viewers will choose film, which will join the Black Horse of Animation competition

The Black Horse of Video Games Competition

New video games competition. Technological Partner of the exhibition is PCStore

Jury reviews

Barczyk, van Elmbt, Dębski, Verveake, Dvorský. Films, animations, video games.

Out of Competition

Sensual cinema from three different continents. Debuts and second films screened out of of competition.


No matter the costs or opinions. Music films and documentaries from all over the world

Do you play?

Designer, producer, journalist. Video game aesthetics and criticism panel


Not quite imagined. Periphery of music videos. Games of animation.

Music Stage

Cassette sets, pocket jam session, pop from Berlin and house from Katowice. Concerts, live acts, DJ sets

Accompanying Events

Animations from Budapest, adventure games from Katowice, peculiarities from VR