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Films & Schedules - SHORT CUTS II: INTERNATIONAL TIES

SHORT CUTS II: INTERNATIONAL TIES

Sun, Feb 14, 2010
at 12 PM (WH)
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Tue, Feb 16, 2010
at 8:15 PM (WH)
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SHORT CUTS II: INTERNATIONAL TIES

SHORT CUTS

98 Minutes    

Interests: Short Cuts.


SHE WHO MEASURES

SHE WHO MEASURES

DIRECTOR: Veljko Popovic - (Croatia)

Put on a happy face or the scary clown will keep you in line.

7 Minutes    


GOOD ADVICE

GOOD ADVICE

DIRECTOR: Andreas Tibblin - (Sweden)

Tired of his parents never listening to him, 10-year-old Rasmus decides to run away from home. But before leaving, he records a cassette tape for his yet-to-be-born new brother with advice on how to handle life.

15 Minutes    


MADAGASCAR

MADAGASCAR

DIRECTOR: Bastien Dubois - (France)

A visual travel journal demonstrating the importance of dance, death, and custom in a vibrant Malagasy society.

12 Minutes    


MIRACLE FISH

MIRACLE FISH

DIRECTOR: Luke Doolan - (Australia)

Eight-year-old Joe has a birthday he will never forget. After friends tease him, he wishes everyone would just go away. He wakes up to find his dream may have become a reality.

18 Minutes    


CAGES

CAGES

DIRECTOR: Juan José Medina - (Mexico)

As an old man collects his traps in the desert, an unearthly spirit is stalking his own prey.

10 Minutes    


SLAVES

SLAVES

DIRECTOR: David Aronowitsch, Hanna Heilborn - (Sweden)

The harrowing stories of Abouk, 9, and Machiek, 15, who were abducted by a government-sponsored militia in Sudan and used as slaves in their war effort.

15 Minutes    


THE ARMOIRE

THE ARMOIRE

DIRECTOR: Jamie Travis - (Canada)

In the third installment of his Saddest Children in the World trilogy, following Why the Anderson Children Didn’t Come to Dinner and The Saddest Boy in the World, a young boy descends into an abyss of secrets, fantasies, and memory when he realizes that his best friend has gone missing.

21 Minutes    

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