Online Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival 2021 – Check CEE Animated Films

Clermont-Ferrand Short Film Festival will be held from today until 6 February. Online spectators will get online access to all the films in competition this year, as well as selected side programmes. In total 218 films, curated in 43 programmes, will be available for online viewing in French original version or with French subtitles. For licensing reasons, access to the online festival will be limited to viewers based in France and French overseas territories.

Industry professionals will have access to this year’s festival selection on the separate industry platform, available from all corners of the world, as part of the online Short Film Market.

International competition

Cockpera (Coqpera)
Kata Gugic
Croatia / 2020 / 04’27”

Pračka (La machine à laver)
Alexandra Májová
Czech Republic / 2020 / 05’02”

Helfer (Aide)
Anna Szöllősi
Hungary / 2020 / 09’45”


Lab Competition

Hide (Caché)
Daniel Gray
France, Hungary, Canada / 2020 / 10’58”


Young Audience

Aliona Baranova
Belorussia, Czech Republic / 2020 /  05’40”


Carte blanche to Ikki Films

Fly Mill
Anu-Laura Tuttelberg
Estonia / 2012 / 07’17”


Market programme – Czech Short Films

Ant hill
Marek Náprstek
Czech Republic / 2020 / 12’35”

Pračka (La machine à laver)
Alexandra Májová
Czech Republic / 2020 /05’02”

Zvuky spoza lúky
Filip Diviak
Czech Republic / 15’00”

Rudé boty
Anna Paděrová
Czech Republic / 2021 / 13’43”



7 (out of 14) CEE projects selected by the European jury will be pitched during the online edition of the European coproduction forum:

  • About a Cow, Pavla Bastanova (Czech Republic)
  • Chapter 6, Ivaylo Minov (Bulgaria)
  • Family Portrait, Lea Vidakovic (Croatia), pitched at CEE Animation Forum 2019
  • The Tourist, Lun Sevnik (Slovenia)
  • Tourists, Maria Kralovic (Slovakia)
  • Unorthodox, Konstantinos Antonopoulos (Greece)
  • Skin of a Mandarin, Jaanika Arum (Estonia), winner of the Baltic Pitching Forum 2020


An online version of the catalogue is available here.


CEE Animation is supported by the Creative Europe – MEDIA Programme of the European Union and co-funded by state funds and foundations and professional organisations from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.

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