Masculinity is viewed as something solid, infallible, and eternal. But how do men cope with such expectations that society has for them? Do they let the world harden their flesh until they turn into stone, or do they open themselves up to something softer, shrug that burden off, and do some laundry instead?


Alexandra Májová “Washing Machine” CZE 2020
Shih Hung Wu “Clothes On Rainy Day” TWN 2020
Claudia Munksgaard-Palmqvist “Film Found” DNK 2020 *
Alexandre Siqueira “Purpleboy” PRT/FRA/BEL 2019
Vladimir Leschiov “Comeback” LVA/LTU 2021
Frédéric Schuld “The Chimney Swift” DEU 2020
Michelle Brand “Any Instant Whatever” GBR 2019 *
Caroline Cherrier “Horacio” FRA 2020
Francesco Rosso “Four Stones” EST 2021


70 minutes
* studentfilm


Ticket with the price 5/3,5 € can be bought in advance here or at Kai Art Center before the screening.


Kai Art Center is one of the screening venues of the international animation festival Animist Tallinn taking place from 18 to 21 August 2021. Animist Tallinn is a new annual animation festival that offers the audience an overview of the best contemporary films, values animation as an art form, promotes creative thinking and contributes to the distribution of Estonian animation.