Dec.21

Film

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Our selection of the best short films from the Berlin International Film Festival.

18 +
Doors:
 7 PM
Screening: 7:30 PM
Tickets: $11.78 (seniors and students: $9.30)
Taxes and fees included

Where: Space A (1st floor)

A selection of short films screened at the Berlinale Shorts of the 2018 Berlin International Film Festival. The programming is curated in collaboration with Berlinale Shorts.

Programming:

Imperial Valley (cultivated run-off), by Lukas Marxt (Austria/Germany, 14 minutes)
Russa, by Joao Salaviza and Ricardo Alves Jr. (Portugal/Brazil, 20 minutes)
Hiwa, by Jacqueline Lentzou (Greece, 11 minutes)
Le Tigre de Tasmanie, by Vergine Keaton (France, 14 minutes)
Imfura
, by Samuel Ishimwe (Switzerland/Rwanda, 36 minutes)
The Men Behind the Wall, by Ines Moldavsky (Israel, 28 minutes)

"Berlinale Shorts has always been interested in fictional narratives beyond the well-trodden paths. In keeping with the credo of the “Ulmer Dramaturgy” miniatures of the 1960s, it’s all about creating tension in cinema without resorting to the run-of-the-mill narrative form, claiming the active role in society every artist deserves to call their own."

-Maike Mia Höhne, The Way of the World – Play Your Part

All films are presented in original language with English subtitles if available.

Photo: Courtesy of CUT-UP Distribution

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