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AniNation 2018

Join us for a colorful celebration of international and local animation. AniNation will showcase a rich and varied program of new films, award winning short films, workshops for children and teens, guests from around the world, master classes for adults, gaming animation, VR, and talks.

The Planetiums

| 30 minutes

Somewhere in space is a planet composed of four worlds. A different creature lives in each of the worlds. Every world and creature is completely different from their friends, but since they are members of the planet, they have a lot in common.

Minimarket

Panel discussion with graduates of the first AniMarket pitching event who will discuss their experiences in co-productions and the process they experienced over the past year. (60 min. Heb.) Tickets: 25 NIS

Go&Play 2018 – Best Indie Games in Israel

The best web and mobile indie games developers on one stage giving a rare inside look into the creative process and development of original games. At the end of the event, the audience is welcome to take a crack at these games. Tickets: 25 NIS

Bestzalel

A selection of the best films from the 2018 crop of Bezalel’s Screen based Arts department. Free entry for Bezaelel students

Mirai

Dir.: Mamoru Hosoda
| 98 minutes

A spectacular animated film. Four-year-old Kun’s life turns upside-down when his baby sister gets all the attention. But things improve when he discovers a magic garden where he meets his relatives at different points in their lives.

Mauro Carraro Master Class: Sensible 3D

Mauro Carraro is considered the bard of 3D animation. Mauro will present his Sensible 3D master class, where he will showcase his work and relate his creative and thought process. (Eng.)

International Premiere

The Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

| 44 minutes

First showing of the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles show by the Nickelodeon channel. Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello, and Michelangelo return with an updated look to fight against Manhattan’s bad guys.

Introduction (in Heb.) by ZAZ studio, the producers of U2’s Love Is Bigger.

Isle of Dogs

Dir.: Wes Anderson
| 101 minutes

When all the dogs in a Japanese city are banished, Atari sets out to find his pet, an odyssey that will determine the fate of the entire region. Cinema master Wes Anderson’s entrancing animated film opened the most recent Berlinale.

Longing in 90 Seconds

A pitching event for short animated works on the subject of longing in 90 seconds that take inspiration from the reality of Israeli culture and society. The selected projects will be presented to an international and Israeli committee. Free entry

Creating Movement 2018

An event honoring the women of the industry, with a panel discussion, and an award to a promising female filmmaker in the field of animation. (120 min., Heb.) Free entry

The Planetiums

| 30 minutes

Somewhere in space is a planet composed of four worlds. A different creature lives in each of the worlds. Every world and creature is completely different from their friends, but since they are members of the planet, they have a lot in common.

Mysh Master Class: No Straight Lines

Mysh (Michael Rozanov), a veteran illustrator and director, works on the seam between commercial and artistic with personal projects, alongside high profile political works. In this master class, Mysh will introduce his work process. (Heb.)

Hugh Welchman Master Class

Oscar winner and director of Loving Vincent, Hugh Welchman will talk about his short films, his unique work process for Loving Vincent, his love for stop motion animation and sources of inspiration. (Eng.)
Screening in the presence of Artur ZiCZ, producer from Platige Image studio, the creators of the film

Another Day of Life

Dir.: Raul de la Fuente, Damian Nenow
| 86 minutes

When civil war breaks out in Angola, Journalist Ryszard Kapuscinski sets out on a suicide mission in the fields of war. The three months in the heart of darkness will forever change him. A one-time visual and cinematic experience.

Screening in the presence of director Hugh Welchman, who will introduce the film

Loving Vincent

Dir.: Dorota Kobiela, Hugh Welchman
| 94 minutes

son of postman in the town where Van Gogh spent his last weeks, tries to uncover the mystery surrounding the artist's suicide. The investigation will reveal a portrait of a misunderstood man. Loving Vincent is a love letter to the masterful painter.

Mauro Carraro – The 3D Whisperer

Mauro Carraro collection of short films curated by the artist himself, who will present the works and hold a Q&A following the screening. 
Tickets: 10 NIS / Members: free entry

Virus Tropical

Dir.: Santiago Caicedo
| 97 minutes

Through the eyes of the youngest daughter in a rather strange family from Quito, the ups and downs of two sisters’ adolescence unfolds. An amusing and powerful animated film based on Power Paola’s famous graphic novel. 

For Children

Jerusalem Premiere

Tickets: 10 NIS

Smallfoot

Dir.: Karey Kirkpatrick
| 96 minutes

Among the Bigfoot community there is an urban legend about small wondrous creatures named Smallfoot (AKA people). Two curious Bigfoots set out on a wild adventure to prove the rumor is true.

For Children
Tickets: 10 NIS

The Magic Piano

Dir.: Martin Clapp
| 30 minutes

A little girl sets off on a journey to London. Her means of transport is a grand piano, which turns into a magic flying machine. The film is based on works by Chopin and turns the classic music into a powerful and sensory experienceץ 

For Children
Tickets: 10 NIS

Peter & the Wolf

Dir.: Suzie Templeton
| 33 minutes

A masterful award winning stop motion work set to the music of Prokofiev’s Peter & the Wolf. Peter lives with his grandfather in the woods together with his friends: cat, bird, and duck. When one day he sees the wolf from the window, he sets out on an adventure.

שבת ינוקא

Chatting with Marge – A Dubbing Workshop

Anat Niv, a veteran dubbing director, will introduce the secrets of dubbing, with a recording studio on stage, and with the help of little volunteers from the audience. (Heb.)
For Children

Preview Screening

Prior to the film, screening of the short film Bilby (USA 2018, 8 min., dir.: Liron Topaz, Pierre Perifel, JP Sans). Tickets: 10 NIS

Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie

Dir.: Raymie Muzquiz
| 81 minutes

Arnold and his classmate win a trip to San Lorenzo, where Arnold’s parents were last seen. When the trip starts to go amiss, their only option is to walk the dangerous path Arnold’s parent disappeared from.

For Children
Prior to the film, screening of the short film Bilby (USA 2018, 8 min., dir.: Liron Topaz, Pierre Perifel, JP Sans). Tickets: 10 NIS

The Planetiums

| 30 minutes

Somewhere in space is a planet composed of four worlds. A different creature lives in each of the worlds. Every world and creature is completely different from their friends, but since they are members of the planet, they have a lot in common.