What is revealed to us when we ‘arrange the skin’ of something? Is it a process of preservation, resurrection, or transformation? Or perhaps it is an act of reflection, showing us truths in images and ideas that we would normally think of as strange and unfamiliar?


Felix Colgrave “Throat Notes” AUS 2020
Artur Hanaj “Three Jumps to Happiness” POL 2020 *
Ivana Bošnjak, Thomas Johnson “Imbued Life” HRV 2019
Max Hattler “Serial Parallels” HKG 2019
Martina Meštrović, Tanja Vujasinović “A Cat Is Always Female” HRV 2019
Natalia Spychala “Marbles” POL 2019 *
Andrey Zhidkov “Happiness” RUS 2020


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.