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Films & Schedules - SHORT CUTS I: INTERNATIONAL TIES

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Sat, Feb 9, 2013
at 1 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)

Sun, Feb 17, 2013
at 12:30 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)

SHORT CUTS I: INTERNATIONAL TIES

SHORT CUTS

Sponsored by Red Giant.

86 Minutes    

Interests: Short Cuts.


THE FACTORY

THE FACTORY

DIRECTOR: Aly Muritiba - (Brazil)

A mother and her imprisoned son carefully prepare for her crucial visit to the penitentiary in honor of a very special occasion. (15 mins.)


THE OTHER SIDE

THE OTHER SIDE

DIRECTOR: Khen Shalem - (Israel)

A young Israeli boy, the last to be picked for soccer teams but the one who owns the ball, finds an unusual friendship with someone on the Palestinian side of the West Bank separation wall. But can a wordless, gaze-free relationship survive with only a ball between them? (22 mins.)


CHICKEN AND ZOE

CHICKEN AND ZOE

DIRECTOR: Yael Bridge - (United States)

Eating chicken takes on new meaning for four-year-old Zoe as she observes her first slaughter. (4 mins.)


663114

663114

DIRECTOR: Isamu Hirabayashi - (Japan)

The Japanese tsunami and earthquake from the perspective of a 66-year-old cicada. (8 mins.)


A CURIOUS CONJUNCTION OF COINCIDENCES

DIRECTOR: Joost Reijmers - (Netherlands)

An absurdist journey through time in which the worlds of three hapless heroes living in different centuries collide unexpectedly in present-day Amsterdam. (9 mins.)


THE DEVIL’S BALLROOM

DIRECTOR: Henrik Martin Dahlsbakken - (Norway/Greenland)

After burying his last remaining companion, a fearless explorer has to find his way to the North Pole alone, fighting snow blindness and physical strain. An unexpected encounter forces him to decide between honor and fame or keeping the moral high ground. (15 mins.)


WILD

DIRECTOR: Edward Bishop - (Great Britain)

The unsettling effects of rumor on a teenage girl. (13 mins.)

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