The screening will be divided into two parts.
Part One - The World's Best Music Videos
Part Two - The Best Hungarian Music Videos
Song: Pascal Arbez-Nicolas (France)
“Rainy Town” is a tribute to my Vancouver neighbourhood in all its seedy glory; to better days, and to seeing beauty, even when the weather is at its worst.
Director: Alison Jenkins (Canada)
A song about a man's fearless love with his sex doll. Jeff Hilliard has gone his own way with his music video Silicone Wave.
Director: Jeff Hilliard (USA)
This song is the official soundtrack of the shortfilm "Wolves" by Emese Liliom. The clip contains parts of the shortfilm.
Director: Emese Liliom (Hungary)
The protagonist tries to rebuild itself and leaves for a better future...
Director: Virág Andrea Papp (Hungary)
In a small campaign, the end of the world approaches in a collective passivity, where the daily life of the characters is in the grip of a fire.
Director: Pauline Herlent, Maxence Benoit (France)
Free yourself, explore creative imagination, let your ideas be infectious, and help others to unleash their powers. Fantasy traveling always brings back freedom as a souvenir.
In 1871, an oppressed worker escapes her foreman into the realm of fantasy. Her creativity inspires her companions. Together they overcome their tormentor and free his spirit as well.
Director: Axel Werner (Germany)
An accidental meeting is converted into a passionate romance.
Director: Roman Przylipiak (Poland)
It is a poem made into a song that takes its inspiration from the Botanical Garden of Icod de los Vinos. It is a theme that has a tenuous musical base that supports the few poetic words that grow as the piece progresses. It is accompanied by a video clip in which we can see, through many screens, the story of two young people who try to find each other; in the same way that someone looks for that person who makes them happy, as the lyrics relate.
Director: ÁNGEL PASTRANA (Spain)
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