Visegrad Shorts on Tour 2012 - Shortlist

Visegrad Shorts on Tour 2012 - Shortlist, the video sharing site supported by the MEDIA Programme of the EU announced a short film competition for V4 filmmakers with the support of the International Visegrad Fund.

From more than 120 entries, the jury of chose six short films to take on tour in the four contries, together with their directors. After screenings in Krakow, Prague and Bratislava, the tour closed in Budapest, where a panel talk was held, in which the young filmmakers discussed the problems of the Visegrád region as well as collaboration possibilities. This was followed by the full house screening, after which the 1000-euro Visegrad Short Film Award and the audience award, based on the votes of the audiences of all four screenings, were given out.

The father wants to get rid of the dog, and his son can't oppose him - he never could. The boy is desperate for love but he can't connect with his father who only wants to posses. Someone or something is missing.
They know nothing about each other and seem to know everything about everyone else. But sometimes the less you know, the better.
David and Elisse try to find way how to run away from their feelings and deeply ingrained wrong-doings. Their meeting could gain their freedom, but instead of it ends tragically. Film "Children watching night trains" deals about the revolt of two youths, which stems from feeling of misunderstanding, from absence of relationship and communication.