Animation Competition 6


Friday, July 5. 2019 – 18:30 @ FILMHAUS KINO am Spittelberg, 69 min

10 x Sinus at the DZ

Klaus Taschler | 2018 | 6 min | AT

RADAR Austrian Competition

The Customers of a shopping mall are separated in groups with the marketing tool „Sinus Milieus“. Their wishes and motivations should be obvious. But here they are waiting on the sofa landscapes and act as an unintentional counter-movement to classification.

Circuit - Delia Hess


Delia Hess | 2018 | 8 min 40 sec | CH

RADAR International Competition

On a small planet, caught up in their own little private universe, the inhabitants perform their poetically sur- real actions, which repeat themselves in an endless loop. That they are all part of a complex little ecosystem which can only function if each of them plays his or her role, is something they are unaware of.

Darkest Valentine - Kathrin Steinbacher

Darkest Valentine

Kathrin Steinbacher | 2018 | 2 min 25 sec | AT/UK

RADAR Student Competition

Love has many very dark sides. It is best to whisper them very quietly to ourselves – and those who are ready to listen.

Flipped - Hend Esmat, Lamiaa Diab


Hend Esmat, Lamiaa Diab | 2018 | 4 min 54 sec | UK

RADAR International Competition

FLIPPED explores the absurdity of a world where the roles of kids and adults are switched. The story follows a day full of bizarrely reversed interactions, unravelling the dynamics of this relationship.

Light Matter - Virgil Widrich

Light Matter

Virgil Widrich | 2018 | 5 min | AT

RADAR Austrian Competition

A black-and-white film that lets you see colors.

Attention! This film contains flashing lights which may not be suitable for light-sensitive epilepsy.

Mysterical Planet - Matt Bissett-Johnson

Mysterical Planet

Matt Bissett-Johnson | 2018 | 1 min 56 sec | AU

RADAR International Competition

A spaceman looks on as a disembodied tongue grows legs. A surreal adventure.

Not (a) part - Vicky Smith, Filmstill

Not (a) part

Vicky Smith | 2019 | 5 min 27 sec | UK

RADAR International Competition

Not (a) part was conceived in relation to both the rapid decline of flying insects and the high recurrence of animation, handmade or contact film that works with the subject and/or material of flying insects. Numerous dead bees found on walks were positioned directly onto negative film and contact printed. Occupying approximately 24 frames they run at a rate of 1 bee per second.

Pattern Recognition - Dirk de Bruyn

Pattern Recognition

Dirk de Bruyn | 2019 | 4 min 51 sec | AU

RADAR International Competition

Flipping through a series of record covers at breakneck speed forces the eye to sample the images it receives. Today in public space mobile technologies have moved from the transistor radio to the mobile phone. Here images no longer behave according to the laws of perspective.

The blue of salt - Alice Bohl

The blue of salt

Alice Bohl | 2019 | 10 min | FR

RADAR International Competition

The blue of the salt is the journey of a young woman bruised by a mourning who tries to find peace in her memory. The train on which we embark with her is a night crossing until dawn, between dream and reality. She finds there the desire to live and be present to the world.

The Outlander - Ani Antonova

The Outlander

Ani Antonova | 2018 | 5 min 16 sec | AT

RADAR Austrian Competition

In the 16th Century, the elephant Süleyman makes a long journey from Ceylon to Portugal, then walks the whole way from Lisbon to Vienna through the Alps for five months. To be a living royal gift is not an easy job, where even death is not a peaceful end.

Making of tx-reverse 360°

Martin Reinhart, Virgil Widrich | 2019 | 3 min | AT



Virgil Widrich, Martin Reinhart | 2018 | 1 min 55 sec | AT

RADAR Austrian Competition

The installation “tx-mirror” was created for the exhibition “Art in Motion. 100 masterpieces with and through media” at ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe and is a further development of the film technology “tx-transform” invented by Martin Reinhart in 1992.

What I Want - Jasmina Huynh

What I Want

Jasmina Huynh | 2019 | 3 min | AT

RADAR Student Competition

The video revolves around people’s personal experiences and is a critical approach to one of society’s biggest issues – true happiness.