The festival Biennial of animation Bratislava 2020 has already ended. Thank you for watching the competition and non-competition movies. We are already looking forward to the next festival in two years. See you there. If you want to know who are the winners of this year, look at the List of Festival Winners.

COMPETITION MOVIES

Bienále animácie Bratislava, Pásmo S1

Kategória S1, Festival BAB

Bienále animácie Bratislava, Pásmo S2

Kategória S2, Festival BAB

Bienále animácie Bratislava, Pásmo M1

Kategória M1, Festival BAB

Bienále animácie Bratislava, Pásmo M2

Kategória M2, Festival BAB

Bienále animácie Bratislava, Pásmo L1

GIF_L2Kategória L1, Festival BAB

Bienále animácie Bratislava, Pásmo L2

GIF_L2Kategória L2, Festival BAB

Bienále animácie Bratislava, Pásmo XL1

Kategória XL1, Festival BAB

Bienále animácie Bratislava, Pásmo XL2

Kategória XL2, Festival BAB

NON-COMPETITION MOVIES

Black Flag

Festival category “Black flag” / “Čierna vlajka” is composed of non traditional, interesting and remarkable movies that were submitted to our contest but didn’t make it into the final selection.

Black Flag

Festival category “Black flag” / “Čierna vlajka” is composed of non traditional, interesting and remarkable movies that were submitted to our contest but didn’t make it into the final selection.

Visegrad Four movies

Set of movies that were created as a visegrad four coproduction projects.

Visegrad Four movies

Set of movies that were created as a visegrad four coproduction projects.

Géza M. Toth movies

Set of animated movies by Academy award nominee director Géza M. Tóth.

Géza M. Toth movies

Set of animated movies by Academy award nominee director Géza M. Tóth.

Konstantin Bronzit movies

Set of animated movies by an Academy award nominee Konstantin Bronzit.

Konstantin Bronzit movies

Set of animated movies by an Academy award nominee Konstantin Bronzit.

Biennial of Animation Bratislava
presents an Academy Award nominated film

Loving Vincent

A feature film about a renowned painter Vincent van Gogh. The movie is inspired by the words of the genius himself – he claimed that he can only communicate through his paintings.

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