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Films & Schedules - SHORT CUTS 3: INTERNATIONAL TIES

Thu, Feb 12, 2015
at 6 PM (Whitsell Auditorium)
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SHORT CUTS 3: INTERNATIONAL TIES

DIRECTOR: VARIOUS - SHORT CUTS

86 Minutes    

Interests: Short Cuts.


PONY PLACE

PONY PLACE

DIRECTOR: JOOST REIJMERS - (THE NETHERLANDS)

When young Emma is prohibited from taking her iPad on holiday, she asks her grandma to look after her digital horse farm. Koba is a seasoned agrarian, but nothing she learned in the garden prepares her for this leap across the generation gap.

10 Minutes    


THE PHONE CALL

THE PHONE CALL

DIRECTOR: MATT KIRBY - (UK)

When a shy lady (Sally Hawkins) who works in a suicide helpline call center takes a phone call from a distraught man (Jim Broadbendt), she has no idea that the encounter will change her life forever.

19 Minutes    


SYMPHONY NO. 42

SYMPHONY NO. 42

DIRECTOR: RÉKA BUSCI - (HUNGARY)

A series of surreal and comedic vignettes exploring the often-anthropomorphising nature of human/animal interaction; set in a strange forest where anything is possible.

10 Minutes    


A TROPICAL SUNDAY

DIRECTOR: FABIAN RIBEZZO - (MOZAMBIQUE/ITALY)

It’s Sunday and crowds of eager children line up for rides at the fairground. Among them are four street kids who have spent the week begging and scavenging. Today, all they want is to feel like children again.

15 Minutes    


THE QUEEN

THE QUEEN

DIRECTOR: MANUEL ABRAMOVICH - (ARGENTINA)

Memi is 11-years-old and is going to be the queen of the carnival. Her elaborate headpiece is too heavy, but she looks so pretty.

19 Minutes    


HIPOPOTAMY

HIPOPOTAMY

DIRECTOR: PIOTR DUMALA - (POLAND)

Naked women and children are bathing in a river. They are being secretly observed by a group of men who decide to approach them in a violent manner, as if inspired by the behavior of hippopotamuses.

13 Minutes    

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