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February 1939. Overwhelmed by the Republicans fleeing Franco’s dictatorship, the French government confines them in concentration camps. Two men will become friends. On is guard and the other is Josep Bartolí, drawer and anti-Franco combatant.

Director: Aurel
Scenario: Jean-Louis Milesi
Produced by: Serge Lalou – Les films d’Ici Méditerranée
Production Company: Imagic Telecom, France 3 Cinéma, Les Films du Poisson Rouge, Lunanime, Tchack, In Efecto, Les Fées Spéciale

Benelux Distributor:  Lumière Publishing

International Sales: The Party Film Sales







In the oldest city of the Middle East, a Kurdish student, a Muslim musician and a Christian little girl are part of a cultural mosaic. When vicious noises bring war upon their city, a mysterious sunfish appears to save them.

Written and directed by Imge Özbilge

Co-directed by Sine Özbilge

Produced by Annemie Degryse

In Co-production with Anne-Laure Guégan, Géraldine Sprimont 

 Sales & Distribution by MIYU (worldwide), Lumière Publishing (Benelux)

Duration: 14:45

Technique : Traditional & 2D animation , Watercolouring

Genre: Animation short film





Directors statement 

Coming from a multicultural background Imge Özbilge has been interested in the clash of cultures.
The duality between tradition and modernity, the East and the West is a recurring topic in the artist and directors works. Mosaic is handling a fragile topic with the intention of breaking certain prejudgments created by the Media towards Middle Eastern cultures. The vocabulary used in the media and our daily news addressing people in need as ‘refugees’ or as a ‘problem’ is creating a distance from the humanitarian aspect. The Middle East is a culturally rich and very diverse geography where many cultures have lived together throughout centuries. Mosaic aims to remind its audience about this multiculturality by portraying divers yet ordinary people from daily life. One of the main challenges in creating the characters of Mosaic was to give them traditional Middle Eastern assets without orientalising them.
During the creation of the world of Mosaic the directors aimed to mirror the odd beauty that is coming out of the clash of traditions and post capitalism in our ‘modern’ world. Migration has always been a part of human history. It is the mix of cultures which has enriched our societies throughout time. At times like these it is crucial to remember that Humanity comes above all Nations.

Imge Özbilge’s Graduation film ‘Camouflage’ premiered in the official selection of the Cannes Film Festival in 2017. This selection opened up many new possibilities for the young director. In 2018, Imge started collaborating with her sister Sine Özbilge on Sine’s debut film ‘#21XOXO’, which premiered in 2019 at the BFI Film Festival in London. It won several awards and continues to be in the festival circuit. During the production of #21XOXO, Imge was simultaneously developing her next short film ‘Mosaic’ produced by Lunanime and co-directed by Sine Özbilge.


Next to directing animated short movies, Imge Özbilge is also experimenting with the medium of animation as an art form. She analyses the boarders between animated film and installation art, questioning its midpoints and distinctions . Imge’s work is based on research and starts with a conceptual question, followed by the exploration of new visual worlds. Between 2009 and 2012, the artist conducted a research on the visualization of middle eastern mythologies. During this process she developed a passion for miniature art. Between 2014 and 2016, she inquired about the contemporary use of this art-form and wrote her thesis ‘Contemporary Ottoman Miniatures’. The surreal elements of her work are based on myths inspired by miniature art and are also a reflections of her own reality.


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Coppelia combines enchanting animation and live action dance in a modern retelling of the love story between Swan and Franz, jeopardised by cosmetic surgeon Dr. Coppelius and his uncannily beautiful protégé Coppelia. Through Swan’s quest to uncover the truth about the charismatic doctor, the townspeople come to learn that in an increasingly image conscious culture – it’s never been more important to be yourself.


Innovative family feature Coppelia combines enchanting animation and live action dance in a modern retelling of the love story between Swan and Franz, jeopardised by Dr. Coppelius and his uncannily beautiful protégé Coppelia. With a diverse and world-class cast including Michaela DePrince, Daniel Camargo, Vito Mazzeo and Dame Darcey Bussell, DBE, the unconventional adaptation sees Dr. Coppelius (Mazzeo) as a cosmetic surgeon, whose lure of superficial beauty poisons the town. Swan (DePrince) must uncover the truth about the popular newcomer who puts her community and the life of her beloved Franz (Daniel Camargo) in danger. Modern and fast paced, the dialogue-free film features a blend of musical influences from classical to electronic, bringing the story to life like never before. As the townspeople come to learn, in the age of social media and an increasingly image conscious
culture – it’s never been more important to be yourself.

Cast: Michaela dePrince, Erica Horwood, Daniel Camargo
Director: Jeff Tudor, Steven De Beul, Ben Tesseur
Writers: Tamara Bos, Steven De Beul, Ben Tesseur, Jeff Tudor
Choreographer: Ted Brandsen
Producers: Submarine (NL), Motion Works (D), Lunanime (BE)
Genre: feature cross media (animation & ballet) project
Running time: 80′

Coppelia is produced by award-winning creators Submarine (Undone, Amazon Prime), and 3 Minutes West in co-production with MotionWorks and Lunanime. The film is directed by Jeff Tudor, Steven de Beul and Ben Tesseur, choreographed by the Director of Dutch National Ballet Ted Brandsen with original music from Maurizio Malagnini (Call the Midwife, Peter and Wendy). Urban Distribution International handles sales for the project, which is launching at Berlin EFM.

La Costa Dorada


In order to help her parents who are affected by the crisis in Spain, Erika leaves for a job on the Costa Dorada coast. There, she will sing for tourists while in Madrid one of the most important demonstrations of the ‘Indignados’ social movement is about to take place. Alone in an unknown city, she finds herself confronted even more brutally with the crisis.

Director and script: Noémie Gruner


Producers: Perspective Films, Need Productions, Lunanime

Genre : Animated short




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Camouflage is a dystopian thriller in which we follow the story of office clerk Amouf. Amouf desperately tries to hold his life together while the world around him gets darker and darker, following the rise of De Jager. This flamboyant and highly intimidating creature is a hate-instigating vigilante, who has sworn to systematically prosecute certain groups and Amouf is not a brave character. Will he be strong enough to resist?

Director: Remco Polman

Producer: Mooves, Lunanime

Writers: Jantiene de Kroon & Remco Polman


Genre: Animation short
Running time: 18′



Le chat qui pleure

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A ten-year-old boy who hates his little brother is punished by his mother and has to spend an afternoon with a scary old man. The boy will learn a lesson about life when he discovers the old man’s terrible secret.

Director: Jean-Loup Felicioli & Alain Gagnol

Producers: Folimage, Lunanime

Genre: Animation short
Running time: 8’37”





21 XOXO is a surreal and humorous reflection on the 21st century youth. The story is about a girl and her online search for love in times of social media, speed dating, cyberlove, hipster culture and post-net attitudes. The main character takes us on a journey throughout a colourful and bizarre imaginary world filled with absurd, surreal en metaphoric scenes.

Director: Sine Özbilge
Scenario: Sine Özbilge
Produced by: Annemie Degryse
Production Company: Lunanime
Cast: Indra De Bruyn, Darya Gantura, Steven Boen

Genre: Animation short



Bloeistraat 11


Director-writer:  Nienke Deutz
Producer: Lunanime, Windmill Film, Need Productions & Beast Animation


Inseparable best friends spend their last summer holiday of childhood amusing themselves around the house. As summer progresses their bodies start to morph and shift and an awkwardness descends on their friendship. Puberty seems determined to interrupt their bond.


Bloeistraat 11 awards:

-Internationaal Animatie Filmfestival van Annecy (FR): de Cristal du Court Métrage
-Croq’Anime – PIAFF / Festival International du Film d’Animation de Paris (FR): Grand Prix
-Chicago International Film Festival (USA): Silver Hugo – Animated short film
-ReAnima – International Animated Film Festival (NO): Special mention
-Imaginaria – International Animation Film Festival (IT): Special mention for an animated short film
& Festivals connexion award – Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
-New Chitose Airport International Animation Film Festival, Japan – New Talent Award
-Fantoche International Animation Film Festival, Baden, Switserland  – New Talent Award
-XXI International Animation Films Festival “Animaevka – 2018” (Mogilev, Belarus) – Crystal Pencil
-Denver Film Festival – Jury Award for Best Animated Short Film

International distribution: Miyu Distribution –

Status: completed
coming of age, drama, animation
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After a tragic car accident in which a woman loses her husband and her unborn child, the woman tries to leave the past behind and move forward with her life.


Director: Iza Cracco
Duration : 10 min
Language: no-dialogue
Production year: 2021
Production company: Lunanime
Animation Studio: Lumière Studio
Producer: Annemie Degryse
With the support of:  Vlaams Audiovisueel Fonds – VAF, Lum.Invest, Belgische Taxshelter, Stad Gent, Cultuur Gent




Director:  Roman Klochkov
Writer: Roman Klochkov
Produced by: Lunanime


War seems inevitable as rival factions bear down on each other, armed to the teeth and unwilling to negotiate. Then a single shot precipitates peace.


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International sales:

Animated short
no dialogue
2D computer animation
Flanders Audiovisual Fund (VAF)



Festival selections:

  • Festival du Film Merveilleux et Imaginaire – France (2014)
  • Montreal World Film Festival – Canada (2014)
  • Fantoche International Animation Film Festival – Switzerland (2014)
  • Museum of Modern Art New York (The Great War Programme) – USA (2014)
  • Netherlands Film Festival (2014)
  • Animated Film Festival Animatou – Switzerland (2014)
  • Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur – Belgium (2014)
  • Naqsh Short Film Festival – Bahrein (2014)
  • Valladolid International Film Festival – Spain (2014)
  • Arras Film Festival – France (2014)
  • Monstra – Lisbon (2015)
  • Tehran International Animation Festival – Iran (2015)
  • Ciné Privé – Ghent, Belgium (2015)
  • ANIMA MUNDI – Brazil (2015)