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Welcome to CayFilm 2017. Schedule could have small changes as we get closer to event.
All ages are welcome unless it has a MATURE rating. Those films need an adult to accompany anybody aged 17 or under.
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Sunday, July 2 • 18:00 - 20:00
Animated Short Films

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Titles:

And The Moon Stands Still 11 min
The presence of the moon affects all under its glow. The film explores the lunar cycle and the energies invoked by its radiance. 
(Belarus)

Au Revoir Balthazar 10 min  (Nominated)
A scarecrow, a storm, a broken leg. The resonant sound of a sea shell. Leaving forever.
(Switzerland)

CitiPati 7 min
After being subjected to a cataclysmic meteorite impact, a small dinosaur attempts to battle the horrific aftermath both physically & psychologically. A tale about life, death & rebirth, told from a unique, prehistoric perspective.
(Germany)

Count on Me 4 min
Sara, a 7-year-old girl, loves to dance and draw. One bad day she suffers an attack and they take her to the hospital. Through her drawings, which come to life thanks to her imagination, we will witness her exciting but harsh history.
(Spain)

Green Light 16 min
With the ecosystem destroyed after a nuclear war, Mari, a survivor, does all she can to rebuild. When she stumbles upon a robot soldier in an abandoned city, everything changes.
(Korea) 

Heaven Kid 12 min
ToTo by accident opened a device that transformed a chessboard into a Space Door. So, he and Ahya could become anything they wanted, going anywhere they wished. They fought with each other while playing out many different roles. This means they would be locked within, unable to escape. HeavenKid used his magic to awaken them teaching them the book Di-Zi-Gui. Finally, they having learnt their wrongs, corrected their ways, averting the crisis.
(Taiwan)

In Exile 11min
In Exile is the story of a boy who lives with his grandmother in an Eastern European village. His parents are both working abroad, so the boy is left to his own devices. He fills his time by playing in an abandoned shed on the river bank. Inside the shed he toils away at a mysterious project - a powerful ‘flying machine’ that would take him to his parents. This project keeps him going, until one day he makes an unexpected friend who needs his care and protection. So the boy has to choose between his all consuming dream of re-uniting with his parents or taking care of another living soul.
(Germany)

Stars 5 min  (Nominated)
Grandpa and grandson street sellers sell stars in a town near the shore. One night, they run out of the stars…
(United States)

Vienna Table Trip 2 min  (Nominated)
An animated whirlwind cinematic tour through Vienna staged with cups, saucers, plates, knives, forks, local specialties and products interspersed with different dimensions of Vienna’s contemporary urban life. Using stop-motion animation, Virgil Widrich’s team made 55,000 photos over five days to produce 2.7 terabytes of data. "We would have had enough material in the end to produce a 38-minute film taking a playing speed of 24 images per second", he says. It took weeks of work to compress the message into the film’s present length. You do not need to leave a Viennese coffee table to travel through the whole city! 
(Austria)

White Tunnel 22 Min (Nominated)
There is an April day with inconsistent weather. A taxi driver, four passengers, sisters and brother are going to visit their mother. As strangers. Chaos is in silence, in their minds, on the road…
(Taiwan)


 

Sunday July 2, 2017 18:00 - 20:00
Ballroom 3 Ritz- Carlton Grand Cayman

Attendees (5)