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Films & Schedules - SHORT CUTS II: INTERNATIONAL TIES

Sun, Feb 9, 2014
at 12:30 PM (CANCELLED)
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Mon, Feb 17, 2014
at 12 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)
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SHORT CUTS II: INTERNATIONAL TIES

SHORT CUTS

Note: The Sunday 2/9 screening is cancelled. Tickets can be refunded or exchanged for another film. Please call our Advance Ticket Outlet between the hours of noon and 6 p.m. at 503-276-4310 (closed Sunday 2/9).

89 Minutes    

Interests: Short Cuts.


PLACES WHERE WE LIVED

PLACES WHERE WE LIVED

DIRECTOR: Bernardo Britto - (United States)

His parents are selling his childhood home. What a terrible, terrible feeling. (7 mins.)


GRANDPA AND ME AND  A HELICOPTER TO HEAVEN

GRANDPA AND ME AND A HELICOPTER TO HEAVEN

DIRECTOR: Åsa Blanck, Johan Palmgren - (Sweden)

An unsentimental young boy goes on a final excursion with his grandfather to collect chanterelle mushrooms. (15 mins.)


SATURDAY GIRLS

DIRECTOR: Emilie Cherpitel - (France)

Eva wakes up alone in an unknown flat. Her boyfriend from the night before has disappeared, but Leon, his little brother, is there, and she is left with no other option than spending the day with him. (15 mins.)


WHALE VALLEY

WHALE VALLEY

DIRECTOR: Gumundur Arnar Gumundsson - (Denmark/Iceland)

Two young brothers living in a remote Icelandic fjord come to terms with the hard truths that make kids grow up before they’re ready. (15 mins.)


RECORD/PLAY

DIRECTOR: Jesse Atlas - (United States)

War, fate, and a broken Walkman transcend time and space in this sci-fi love story. (10 mins.)


WALKER

DIRECTOR: Tsai Ming-Liang - (Hong Kong)

Is Hong Kong beautiful, strangely beautiful, or beautifully strange? A meditative and visually striking film about a monk walking slowly through the bustling streets of Hong Kong. (27 mins.)

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