Nov.2nd - 6th, 2023 New Chitose Airport Terminal, Hokkaido JAPAN

New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival November 2nd - 6th,2023

Special Feature: Poland Animation !

Special Programs

Special Feature:
Poland Animation !


2017 | Poland | 0:04:05

Zuzanna WAŚ

An old rockman, Kaman, observes how nature comes to life in the springtime. He helps his charge to make the first step into the world of eroticism. Everything around suggests it is high time to start the show.

Last Supper

2019 | Poland | 0:13:00


A tragedy of a group of men sitting at a table and moving to the rhythm of contemporary music played by a string quarter – the Last Supper of Jesus and 12 Apostles


2020 | Poland | 0:04:10


A lively and dynamic nature invades the house in the middle of the forest. Introducing an atmosphere of anxiety to a quiet evening. Will the family secret see the moonlight?

Slow Light

2022 | Poland | 0:11:00

Katarzyna KIJEK, Przemysław ADAMSKI

A boy who was born blind, suddenly at the age of seven sees a light. A medical examination reveals that his eyes are so dense that it takes seven years for the light to reach the retina and hence for the image to reach his consciousness. The consequence of the eye defect translates into the mental immaturity of the man, lack of understanding of the present and belated reflections on long-gone facts. The man is never mature enough for his age and constantly lingers on the past. Film made in original technique representing the tactile reality of the present and 2D animation showing the past.

The Little Soul

2019 | Poland | 0:09:11

Barbara RUPIK

A dead body became stuck by a river bank. Its decaying insides still hide a human soul – a miniature of the deceased. Rotting organs part and a tiny creature gets out. Standing on the river bank, it says goodbye to the corpse and sets off on a journey through the post-mortem land.

Impossible Figures and Other Stories I

2021 | Poland | 0:16:10


An ominous ticking sound triggers an explosion. Wandering deserted city streets, an elegant elderly woman recalls what was and what could have been. The final film (and first part) of Marta Pajek’s acclaimed trilogy, Impossible Figures and other stories I is a mysterious and haunting portrait of personal and societal self-destruction.

Special Programs

Special Feature:
Poland Animation !


Nov 5, 2023 10:15

Theater 2

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