Inari Halme, Emma Louhivuori and Anni Nykänen (puppet animation 2´07, 2018)
Girl and Monkey accidentally invite a visitor from the beyond.
Näkökulma / Point of Wiew
Elli Maanpää (2D animation 2´20, 2017)
The view is in the eye of the beholder. Which window will you open?
Heta Okkonen, Heikki Takala, Janne Suni (3´18, 2016)
It’s opening day. All is well and ready, or is it?
The Black Box
Emma Louhivuori (3´57, 2016)
The girl’s knitting is sabotaged by a creature from the black box.
Mika Koskinen, Reetta Hietaranta, Frida Lindholm, Hanne Härkönen, Janna-Riina Perämäki, Noemi Scherer (2´58, 2016)
A mushroom hunt takes a strange turn.
Jouko Raudasoja (3´32, 2015)
Once upon a time in the dry west they happen to test what is the measure of a man.
One time at the Ufo field
Saana Herranen (2´58, 2015)
An enthusiastic UFO researcher finally comesface to face with a real alien, but nothing goes quite as expected.
Annika Dahlsten (5´03min, 2015)
Memento mori – remember that you must die. Questions of life and death are evoked in this poetic animation.
Anni Oja (3´30min, 2015)
This town is not big enough for the two of them. Nor their moustaches.
Markus Tervola (3´21min, 2015)
There is so much one can take. A salaryman tries to deal withmounting stress.
The table is set
Sini Pietiläinen, Anni Oja, Markus Tervola, Taru Riskilä, Miira Tonteri, Nuppu Nykyri(4’26 min, 2013)
Unsuspecting servant faces unforeseen challenges in upstairs and downstairs.
Claudia Hidvégi , Sirpa Loivarinne, Kalle Rantakallio, Tuuli Sihvonen, Juulia Valkola (4’40 min, 2013)
Bartender dreams about the life of a skilled jazz musician.
No time for toes
Kari Pieskä (7’58 min, 2013)
How does a father do? A short film about eating, sleeping and brushing the teeth.
Tapani Tolonen (6’50 min, 2013)
The film deals with different dichotomies in European culture starting from gender and ending in blender.
When One Stops
Jenni Rahkonen (6’30 min, 2012)
The world won’t stop turning even when one stops turning with it.
A Cup of Tea
Emma Kunnari (2’22 min, 2012)
A lady has cruel intentions during a romantic cup of tea.
Learning to Play
JP Saari (8’45 min, 2011)
Beyond an old fence is an unknown wilderness.
The One Hundred and Fiftieth Day
Pauli Laasonen (9’44min, 2011)
Throughout his life, a man is haunted by the images of his childhood.
Janne Kukkonen (6’40min, 2011)
Old man stumbles upon a strange stone which reveals the deeper essence of sauna.
Chest of drawers
Sanni Lahtinen (7’14 min, 2011)
What is there for a chest to do when a little mischievous guest messes up her drawers?
Joni Männistö (7’18 min, 2011)
A child discovers life inside a dead bird and starts to play with it.
Heta Jokinen (8’02min, 2011)
Everybody needs a hiding place but it can only last a while.
Elina Kylmänen (2’43 min, 2011)
With ways of tenderness little bubblegum blowing girl defends her right to bounce.
Kari Pieskä (3’30 min, 2011)
Two kids are making sand cakes. Other kid is talented with the making and the other one is not. In the end, what´s the difference? It’s just sand.
Over and Out
Elina Kylmänen, Tapani Tolonen, Kari Pieskä (9’22 min, 2011)
Living with his unyielding father in a cramped home drives a boy to the edge.
Problem solving in a Lower Dimension
Anton Sundström (3’33 min, 2011)
A two-dimensional problem is often easily solved with the help of the third dimension. As we’re faced with difficult situations, we often seem to be stuck in a lower dimension, lacking a full understanding of the problem at hand.
Elli Vuorinen (4’15 min, 2010)
Wooden knocks are echoing in a frozen landscape when a lonesome man is searching for a tongueling of his own.
Sanni Lahtinen (3’53 min, 2010)
People of the city gather to honor their leader, but a shameless whistle disturbs the worshipping.
Tapani Tolonen (3’02 min, 2010)
A non-alcoholic film on the social aspects of heavy drinking.
Pinja Partanen, Jasmiini Ottelin, Elli Vuorinen (7 ’49 min, 2009)
A man suffers from loneliness until he finds an unexpected solution – under his arm
Joni Männistö, Janne Kukkonen, JP Saari, Mikko Korhonen (4’33 min, 2008)
A heart-warmingly shivering story of a girl, her father and a fish.
Anne Savitie (8 ’40 min, 2008)
Everyday life of a family ends when the head of the family grows out of the house. Mother starts to unravel while daughter starts to grow.