On May 5, ended the 24th edition of the Animated Film Festival in Stuttgart. The Grand Prix of the festival went to the film by Marta Pajek, "Impossible Figures and Other Stories II"

The protagonist of the film by Marta Pajek is a woman who stumbles and tumbles during everyday hustle and bustle. When she gets up, she discovers that her house has unexpected characteristics - it is built of paradoxes and filled with illusions. The film is the second part of the triptych "Impossible Figures and Other Stories," inspired by the concept of an impossible figure. Each part tells about striving for excellence and fulfilment in the reality full of traps.

"Impossible Figures and Other Stories II" by Marta Pajek, which had
its international première at 56th  Krakow Film Festival, has been
shown at over 35 festivals so far, winning 15 awards at, among others,
the festivals Glas, Message to Man, Tricky Women and the Holland
Animation Film Festival.

The festival in Stuttgart is the largest animated film festival in
Germany and one of the most prestigious animated film festivals in
Europe and around the world. The festival is accredited by the Academy
of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which gives the Academy Awards.
Every year, within the frames of the festival, films are awarded in 11
categories. The latest Polish film, which won the Grand Prix of the
festival, was "Tuning the Instruments" by Jerzy Kucia, awarded in
2002.  Every year, within the frames of the festival, the film market
FMX is organised, attracting over 2500 film professionals from the
animated film and VFX industry to Stuttgart.  This year, during the
festival and the market, over 200 events were held and almost 1000
films were shown.

The producer of "Impossible Figures and Other Stories II" by Marta
Pajek is Animoon. The film is promoted abroad and distributed at
festivals by Krakow Film Foundation's Film Promotion Agency.

You can find out more about the festival on its official website: