The 13th Vilnius International Short Film Festival announces films of The International Competition Programme

The 13th Vilnius International Short Film Festival, which will take place on January 16-19th, 2020, announces short films list of The International Competition Programme. Out of over 1,500 films our Festival Programmers selected 32 best short films from the last two years. 32 countries have contributed to the production of these films. Early next year, our festival’s audience will have an opportunity to watch six thematically divided International Competition Programmes. International Jury will select Best Short Fiction, Best Short Documentary and Best Short Animation of the programme. More about festival’s programme will be announced at the beginning of December.

Programmers of the 13th VTTFF International Competition Programme: Andrius Blaževičius, Klementina Remeikaitė, Monika Gimbutaitė

Adam ( dir. Shoki Lin / Singapore / 2019 / 19‘ / fiction)

Animals (dir. Tue Sanggaard / Denmark / 2019 / 7‘ / animation)

Apart (dir. Diana Cam Van Nguyen / Czech Republic / 2018 / 10‘ / animation)

Are You Hungry? (dir. Teemu Niukkanen / Finland / 2019 / 12‘ / fiction)

Ashmina (dir. Dekel Berenson / UK, Nepal / 2018 / 16‘ / fiction)

Blue Boy (dir. Manuel Abramovich / Argentina, Germany / 2019 / 18‘ / documentary, experimental)

Bonobo (dir. Zoel Aeschbacher / Switzerland / 2018 / 18‘ / fiction)

Brotherhood (dir. Meryam Joobeur / Canada, Tunisa, Qatar, Sweden / 2018 / 25‘ / fiction)

Butterflies (dir. Yona Rozenkier / Israel, France / 2019 / 8‘ / fiction)

Cat Days (dir. Jon Frickey / Germany, Japan / 2018 / 11‘ / animation)

If Then Else (dir. Carla Simón / Spain / 2019 / 26‘ / fiction)

If This Isn’t Love (dir. Luiza Cocora / Canada / 2018 / 15‘ / fiction)

In a Lion (dir. Karol Lindholm / Poland / 2018 / 12‘ / documentary)

Jupiter ! (dir. Carlos Abascal Peiró / France / 2018 / 29‘ / fiction)

Marina (dir. Julia Roesler / Germany / 2018 / 28‘ / documentary, experimental)

My Strange Elder Brother (dir. Julia Orlik / Poland / 2018 / 13‘ / animation)

Mount Everest (dir. Rasmus Nyholm Schmidt / Denmark / 2018 / 17‘ / fiction)

Mr. Mare (dir. Luca Toth / Hungary, France / 2018 / 19‘ / animation)

Noa (dir. Dekel Nitzan / Israel / 2019 / 25‘ / fiction)

Once and Again (dir. Lucas del Fresno / Bosnia and Herzegovina, Switzerland / 2019 / 20‘ / fiction)

On The Border (dir. Wei Shujun / China / 2018 / 15‘ / fiction)

Per tutta la vita (dir. Roberto Catani / France, Italy / 2018 / 5‘ / animation)

Sand (dir. Kyungrae Kim / South Korea / 2019 / 18‘ / fiction)

Seeds of Deceit (dir. Miriam Guttmann / Netherlands / 2018 / 21‘ / documentary)

Slanted Girl (dir. Mathilde Delaunay / France / 2019 / 28‘ / fiction)

Stay Awake, Be Ready (dir. Pham Thien An / South Korea, USA, Vietnam / 2019 / 14‘ / fiction)

Story (dir. Jolanta Bankowska / Poland / 2019 / 5‘ / animation)

The Sheriff (dir. Samuel Moreno Alvarez / Colombia / 2019 / 26‘ / documentary)

The Trap (dir. Nada Riyadh / Egypt, Germany / 2019 / 21‘ / fiction)

To Heaven, To Gather (dir. LI-Yue Chang / Taiwan / 2018 / 24‘ / fiction)

Trip to Paris (dir. Maria Polyakova / Russia / 2018 / 16‘ / fiction)

Untravel (dir. Ana Nedeljkovic and Nikola Majdak Jr. / Serbia, Slovakia / 2018 / 9‘ / animation)