Selection Results 2014 

The 2nd competition at Kinodot

This year we received more than 700 submissions from just about all over the Globe. We would like to thank all filmmakers, who sent us their works!

And now, at long last, we proudly present the films selected for the 2nd competition at Kinodot! 11 films from 9 countries (2 animations, 2 experimental films, 3 fiction films and 4 documentaries) are competing for two main prizes ― the Audience prize, decided by the audience vote and the Jury prize, given by our professional jury team. Both prizes come with the cash award of 500 USD, provided by our partner company Smart Media Systems, Ltd.

Congratulations to the directors of selected films! And good luck!

Here is the list of films in competition (alphabetical order):

An Adventurous Afternoon by Ines Christine Geisser & Kirsten Carina Geisser, animation, 2013, 6min., Germany;
An Attempt at Exhausting a Place in Paris by Yann Chapotel, experimental, 2013, 5min., France;
Cycloid by Tomoki Kurogi, animation, 2013, 4min., Japan;
Dry Stone Waller by Jacob RobinsonKelvin Brown, documentary, 2013, 5min., United Kingdom;
Junction by Andrey Klychnikov, fiction, 2014, 7 min., Russia;
Kleur by S.D. Willems, documentary, 2014, 2min., Belgium;
Mount Song by Shambhavi Kaul, experimental, 2013, 9min., United States, India;
Remains Quiet by Stefan Kriekhaus, fiction, 2013, 14min., Germany, France;
Supervision by Lion Bischof, documentary, 2012, 11min., Germany;
The World (Outside) by Benny Shaffer, documentary, 2013, 14min., USA;
Wile E. by Christopher Holloran, fiction, 2012, 15min., USA, The Netherlands.

Don’t forget ― the competition starts at midnight on April 1!

Also, you are welcome to check out the 36 cool shorts that have taken part in the non-competitive Dot Shorts program.