14:00h Panorama Light & Sound – Future Shorts Sala 2, Centro Multimeios
A Morning Stroll
Grant Orchard, Uk
Ga Eun-Yoon, KR
Notes On Biology
Will Madden, US
We’ll Become Oil
Mihai Grecu, RO
Street Vender Cinema
Clarissa Knoll, BR
John Barrington, UK
Victor Hugo Duran, US
Animation, 7′, 2012
Created by Studio AKA, the multi-BAFTA winning company behind Future Shorts favourite Jojo in the Stars, Grant Orchard’s A Morning Stroll is the story of an encounter between a New Yorker and a chicken. Told over three acts spanning over 100 years, this incredibly successful animated short has already won a BAFTA and a Jury Award at Sundance and was nominated for a Short Animated Film Oscar.
Drama, 20′, 2011
A teenager angry at her father’s affair barges into his mistress’ house to find her two little kids. Winner of the 2012 International Grand Prix at Clermont-Ferrand, Guest is a beautifully acted coming-of-age portrayal of emotions from Korean National University of Arts’ film program.
Animation, 6′, 2011
A stop motion animation, Notes on Biology was the winner of Best Short at SXSW. This very clever short film brought to us by Ornana Films follows a student’s imagination during a Biology class.
Documentary, 6′, 2011
A winner at Tampere Film Festival, this experimental documentary inspired by the Golf of Mexico oil spill describes the effect of conflict in geographical spaces.
Drama, 15′, 2011
A short film producer sells filmmaking on demand in the busiest shopping street of Brazil. The outcome is an extraordinary mix of genres, from a samurai epic to a family melodrama, all born out of popular fantasy shaped amid the market’s chaos.
Drama, 13′, 2011
A tribe of norse warriors traipses across a barren land after battle. Their dying chief is about to hand over power to his son when an army of a completely different kind descends upon them.
Drama, 11′, 2011
Growing up in Los Angeles, the fourth of July was always about fireworks. Against the holiday backdrop in South L.A., Fireworks is a coming-of-age story of two adolescent boys on a quest to impress a group of girls.
16:00h Panorama Light & Sound – Noruega Sala 2, Centro Multimeios
Jakob Rørvik, NO
The Coned Ones
Kai Remi Hagen, NO
Sui Bala, NO
Come To Heaven Of Hearts
Linn Karen Forland, NO
Katie Hetland, NO
Drama, 35′, 2009
Lena, a young art student, obsessively follows and takes pictures of a charismatic young man, Sol, as he makes his way through a series of sexual encounters with artists in East-London’s art scene. When Sol discovers her, the project turns on its head. Fascinated by her behaviour, Sol is now the one to follow her.
Drama/Comedy, 23′, 2011
no synopsis available
Drama, 39′, 2009
Nazeeya, a 24 year old immigrant girl from the Caucasus have one day to find a man to marry in Estonia, before her devout muslim grandfather, Jassim, marries her away to a friend in the village they’re from.
A poetic film by Linn Karen Forland depicting the inner world of an old woman resident of a nursing home.
Drama, 6’05”, 2009
no synopsis available
18:00h Competitive Session Documentary V Sala 2, Centro Multimeios
Erika Eisenhut and Stephen Schwarz, AT
House In Order
Hedvika Hlavácková, CZ
Notes From The Underground
Lukas Demgenski, UK
Hollows For Breasts
Jan Brezina, CZ
Conversations with former famous Austrian Boxers from 2 Generations from the 70´, 80´s and 90´s. What happened when their career was over? They talk about their lives, sorrows, sports and about foreigners in Austria.
The most important thing for this world is simplicity, because we need to see things clearly and understand them better. That is what architect Alena Sramkova believes in, that is what she tries to teach people through her architecture.
A normal day when millions are travelling underground; when punctuality and speed are everything; when there is noise, machines and artificial light, there is also time, idleness, silence and the human. An exploration of a nowadays rarely visible part of a machine: the people who run it.
Imagine a timeline of the duration of stone. How important place does the life of one sculptor take on this? The meditative portrait of Pavel Opočenský from perspective of a billy-goat.
22:00h Closing Session | CineBoat NISI MASA Sala Tempus, Centro Multimeios
Built For Silence
Nicholas Shaw, Miki ambrozy and Begun Gulek, UK/GR/TR
Gautier Dublion, Albina Grinuite and Melissa Suarez del Real, FR/LT/SP
Severine Beaudot, Linda Dombrovszky
and George Groshikov, FR/HU/BG
Nicolas Servide, Kirill Naumko and Judit Kajel, DK/HU/BG
Anna Dmitrieva, Alastair Cole and Daniel Szollosi, UK/HU/BG
Silvio Ivicic, Sam Batink and Laure Franquès, HR/NL/FR
Inspired by the quietness and calm of the Archipelago, three filmmakers of urban origin (Thessaloniki, Istanbul and London) set out to document different types of silences.
A guide to the Finnish Archipelago… with a twist.
9 people recount their most remarkable memories from the Finnish army service; they try to reconstruct the situations again… and this leads to unexpected experiences…
no synopsis available
This short documentary is about just what it means to grow up, to tell a joke, and to be Finnish.
Filmed on the islands of Houtskari and Utö, this story portrays two different generations of the archipelago’s women and their thoughts on life and happiness.