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1/2

Animated Film
Germany
2012
14 minutes
subtitles: 
_without dialogue / subtitles
Credits DOK Leipzig Logo
Jürgen Schopper, Georg-Simon-Ohm Hochschule Nürnberg
Kate Haase
Verena Marisa Schmidt
Sebastian Hühnel
Kate Haase
Kate Haase, Sebastian Hühnel
Kate Haase, Sebastian Hühnel
Verena Marisa Schmidt
"1/2" is an animated short film about one question: How do you get up if you have lost everything that is worth living for?
Neue Deutsche Animation
1989 – Unsere Heimat, das sind nicht nur die Städte und Dörfer Tommy Schwarwel

The story of the “Peaceful Revolution”, which saw its turning point at the Monday demonstration in Leipzig on October 9, 1989, is told by two protagonists who are archetypes of the late GDR.

1989 – Unsere Heimat, das sind nicht nur die Städte und Dörfer

Animated Film
Germany
2014
13 minutes
subtitles: 
English
Credits DOK Leipzig Logo
Sandra Strauß, Tommy Schwarwel
Tommy Schwarwel
Hans Naumilkat, Hanns Eisler
Thomas Reichl
Tommy Schwarwel, Dirk Reddig
Tommy Schwarwel
Maik Hartung
The story of the “Peaceful Revolution”, which saw its turning point at the Monday demonstration in Leipzig on October 9, 1989, is told by two protagonists who are archetypes of the late GDR.

Abdullah

Animadoc
Germany
2013
9 minutes
subtitles: 
English
Credits DOK Leipzig Logo
Holger Lochau
Jakob Besuch
Oleg Hollmann
Jakob Besuch
Jakob Besuch
“His name is Abdullah”, the doctor in the hospital tells the mother whose son just had a psychotic episode. For the first time in his life, Abdullah feels that he is regarded as an autonomous individual. A film about prejudices, narrated by Abdullah himself.

Afternoon

Animated Film
Germany,
Poland
2012
3 minutes
subtitles: 
_without dialogue / subtitles
Credits DOK Leipzig Logo
Izabela Plucinska
Michal Krajczok
Izabela Plucinska
Izabela Plucinska
Izablea Plucinska
A poetic snapshot of the life of a couple who just live side by side and have ceased to pay attention to each other. An unexpected incident disturbs their routine and brings the couple closer again.

Amen!

Animated Film
Germany
2012
5 minutes
subtitles: 
No
Credits DOK Leipzig Logo
Moritz Mayerhofer, Bettina Morlock
Moritz Mayerhofer
Wilhelm Stegmeier
Assen Semov
Moritz Mayerhofer
Damir Simovski, Mai Nguyen, Ania Plocica, Karl Krause
Moritz Mayerhofer
Dominik Avenwedde
What would God do if he could see how his word is preached to the people? A wicked and funny parable about a clergyman who goes completely over the top in a sermon for his last guest.

An Adventurous Afternoon

Animated Film
Germany
2013
6 minutes
subtitles: 
English
Credits DOK Leipzig Logo
Ines Christine Geisser
Ines Christine Geisser, Kirsten Carina Geisser
The Giant Fox & William Honda Group
Ines Christine Geisser, Kirsten Carina Geisser
Ines Christine Geisser
Ines Christine Geisser, Kirsten Carina Geisser, Michel Esselbrügge
Ines Christine Geisser, Kirsten Carina Geisser
Jan Kristian Fuchs, Karl Ingo Willam
Actually Giant Fox & William Honda just wanted to enjoy a coffee together, but the afternoon is getting more adventurous than they thought.

Animal Farm

Animated Film
Germany
2012
5 minutes
subtitles: 
_without dialogue / subtitles
Credits DOK Leipzig Logo
Constanze Engel
Constanze Engel
Crepes Sucette
Constanze Engel
Constanze Engel
Constanze Engel
Constanze Engel, Eric Seehof
Eric Seehof
In this music video for the band Crepes Sucette, 12 animals are chasing each other through the 12 minor keys of the circle of fifths. The special thing about this funny hunt: every single piece of the setting is made out of wool.

Augen zu

Animadoc
Germany
2012
6 minutes
subtitles: 
English
Credits DOK Leipzig Logo
Holger Lochau, Milena Thomsen, Thomas Bergmann
Anna “Samo” Bergmann
Milan Jurij Viebeg, Ruben Fischer
Anna “Samo” Bergmann
Christoph de la Chevallerie
Children constantly amaze us: their boundless curiosity, imagination and original logical conclusions. This immediacy doesn’t stop at taboos. People don’t talk much about death, but children know about it. Everyone can die. Even their parents. Even they themselves.

Belly Button

Animated Film
Germany
2011
10 minutes
subtitles: 
_without dialogue / subtitles
Credits DOK Leipzig Logo
Kunsthochschule für Medien Köln
Pauline Flory
Alexander Zlamal
Pauline Flory
Pauline Flory
Pauline Flory
Alexander Zlamal
Pinguins do not have any belly button ... do they? A young pinguin goes on a trip through definitions, letters, symboles and images ... On this way it tries to get to know itself.
Neue Deutsche Animation
Bowob Tim Romanowsky

A black, hairy creature finds a strange box in his boring world. He begins to play and suddenly everything changes. A new world full of crazy scenes and creatures emerges.

Bowob

Animated Film
Germany
2013
5 minutes
subtitles: 
_without dialogue / subtitles
Credits DOK Leipzig Logo
Tim Romanowsky
Tim Romanowsky
Johannes Krause, Claus Störmer
Tim Romanowsky
Tim Romanowsky
Tim Romanowsky
Tim Romanowsky
Johannes Krause, Claus Störmer
A black, hairy creature finds a strange box in his boring world. He begins to play and suddenly everything changes. A new world full of crazy scenes and creatures emerges.

Child

Animated Film
Germany
2016
9 minutes
subtitles: 
_without dialogue / subtitles
Credits DOK Leipzig Logo
Iring Freytag, Viktor Stickel, Paul Maresch
Iring Freytag, Viktor Stickel, Linus Stetter
Friederike Bernhardt
Adrian Langenbach
Robert Stuprich
Iring Freytag, Viktor Stickel
Iring Freytag, Viktor Stickel, Linus Stetter
Marc Fragstein, Marvin Keil
The progress from child to old man symbolised by ONE task: collecting wood for the vital fire. A philosophical study in wood cut design.

André Eckardt
Neue Deutsche Animation
Concerning Dinosaurs Florian Köhne

Nobody ever saw them: dinosaurs. As objects of science and popular culture they were created by the imagination of artists, illustrators...

2012

Concerning Dinosaurs

Animadoc
Germany
2012
6 minutes
subtitles: 
English
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Florian Köhne
Florian Köhne
Hannes Hoepfner
Manuel Ernst, Sias van Zyl, Mark Kempken
Florian Köhne
Florian Köhne, Amrei Andrasch, Jakob Weiß, Arthur Buliz
Florian Köhne
Hannes Hoepfner
Nobody ever saw them: dinosaurs. As objects of science and popular culture they were created by the imagination of artists, illustrators and filmmakers. This no-budget graduation film uses modern info graphics and classic monster film tricks to offer a funny investigation into the phenomenon of dinosaurs as a cultural construct.

Cosmic Cats

Animated Film
Germany
2016
7 minutes
subtitles: 
English
Credits DOK Leipzig Logo
Philipp Eichhorn
Laura Camila Sabogal Espinel
Laura Camila Sabogal Espinel
Laura Camila Sabogal Espinel
Linus Lindgren, Felix Lau
The wind. The forest. Reality’s coordinates have slipped. Ghost-like photos are evidence of a fairytale transformation.

André Eckardt

Das Huhn auf meiner Schmusedecke

Animated Film
Germany
2013
4 minutes
subtitles: 
No
Credits DOK Leipzig Logo
Thomas Meyer-Hermann
Angela Steffen, Andrea Deppert
Martin Lickleder, Claudia Kaiser
Angela Steffen
Angela Steffen
Angela Steffen, Andrea Deppert
Angela Steffen, Andrea Deppert
Andreas Mühlschlegel, Christian Heck
The chicken has a problem: The egg is stuck! Will the patchwork pals find a solution for this problem and help her?

Déjà-moo

Animated Film
Germany
2013
14 minutes
subtitles: 
English
Credits DOK Leipzig Logo
Stefan Müller
Stefan Müller
Ralf Merten, Steffen Winkler, Frank Nachtigall, Ignacio Viano
Stefan Müller
Stefan Müller
Stefan Müller
Stefan Müller
Stefan Müller
What do a hysterical mother, two paramedics and a crazy cow have in common? They guarantee chaos in the Alps, which could be so idyllic otherwise. Through an unfortunate series of accidents and misunderstandings a young man from Berlin ends up in hospital. A surreal nightmare begins which staggers from Kafkaesque to psychedelic.