International Shorts Nature
Stephanie Lansaque, François Leroy, Rati Tsiteladze, Nazlı Dinçel, Martina Scarpelli, Michaël Soyez, Sylvia Schedelbauer, Alison Snowden, David Fine
Direction: Stephanie Lansaque, François Leroy
(F 2018 // no dialogue // Duration: 13 Min.)
A oneeyed dog makes its way through the narrow streets of Hanoi. A visual and acoustical ramble which shows, that animals, too, have empathy.
PRISONER OF SOCIETY
Direction: Rati Tsiteladze
(GEO 2018 // Original Version with Engl. subtitles // Duration: 16 Min.)
An intimate journey into the world and mind of a young transgender woman, who is caught between her personal pursuit of freedom and the traditional expectations of her parents. What does it mean to be a stranger in one's own country?
BETWEEN RELATING AND USE
Direction: Nazlı Dinçel
(AR/USA 2018 // English Original // Duration: 9 Min.)
Inspired by the concept Transnational Object by Laura Marks and Transitional Object by DW Winnicott, Between Relating and Use attempts to work in a foreign country unter ethical circumstances. The film's ethnological approach sensually uncovers what's inside.
Direction: Martina Scarpelli
F/DK 2018 // no dialogue // Duration: 12 Min.)
A poetic film based on a small but meaningful moment in the director's life. It portrays a moment of shame, of defeat, but also of victory.
PRENDRE FEU / CATCHING FIRE
Direction: Michaël Soyez
(F 2019 // Original with Engl. subtitles // Duration: 26 Min.)
Prendre feu / Catching fire shows a highly emotional situation amid rainy woodland. Children suffer. Flight is possible. A different life appears on the horizon.
Direction: Sylvia Schedelbauer
(D 2018 // no dialogue // Duration: 13 Min.)
This film summons the amazing powers of the natural world. It takes us on a mutually poetic and sensory journey.
Direction: Alison Snowden, David Fine
(CDN 2018 // English Original // Duration: 14 Min.)
A therapy session for animals – funny, unexpected, brilliant!
Nominated for an Oscar in Best Animated Short Film.
30 March 2019
22:00 h, Mal Seh'n Kino
|Direction||Stephanie Lansaque, François Leroy, Rati Tsiteladze, Nazlı Dinçel, Martina Scarpelli, Michaël Soyez, Sylvia Schedelbauer, Alison Snowden, David Fine|