COMPETITION SHORT FILMS 13+ Program 4 | 15+
PROGRAM 4 | recommended from age 15
TUE, 24.9. | 11 am | CineStar Metropolis
THU, 26.9. | 9 am | CineStar Metropolis
With english subtitles and German voice-over.
ALL FILMS AS GERMAN PREMIERE.
Program suitable from age 12. Recommended from age 15.
LES ENFANTS DE LA BAIE | BAY KIDS
FR 2019. D: Emma Séméria. 19 min. Fiction. French OV with Eng. ST
14-year-old Shanone does fine on her own. One day she invites her new classmate Sydney to her home. Will she tell him her secret?
After her film studies at the University of Paris, Emma Séméria (*1994, Paris) lives and works now in Grasse, in the south of France.
2019 LES ENFANTS DE LA BAIE (short) | 2017 LE JOUR ET LA NUIT (short) | 2017 JUIN JUILLET (short)
NETEK | RIFT
IL 2018. D: Yarden Lipshitz Louz. 22 min. Fiction. Hebr. OV with Eng. ST.
Lidor would rather have it easier. She lives with her unemployed father, who only smokes and drinks and does not pay any bills. The two get along quite well, but then the electricity is turned off. What now?
Yarden Lipshitz Louz (*1989 in Tel-Aviv) studies film at the Israeli Sapir Academic College and specializes in directing and editing. Her final project NETEK is autobiographically inspired.
2018 NETEK (short)
SHUĬMŬ | WHAT DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE WATER AND THE MOON
TW/US 2019. D: Jian Luo. 15 Min. Fiction. Chin. OV with Eng. ST.
After her attempt to have an abortion, a young woman gives birth to a living jellyfish instead of a baby. A peculiar situation that makes her search for answers, which she can finally find.
Jian Luo (*Region Xinjiang, China) lives and works in China and the USA. In 2018 she completed her directing studies at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts. SHUĬMŬ received an honorary mention as Best Student Film at the Palm Springs Short Film Festival, where Jian Luo completed an artist in residence program.
2019 SHUĬMŬ (short)| 2015 CHEONGSAM (short)
NO 2018. D: Marius Myrmel. 24 min. Fiction. Nor. OV with Eng. ST.
The appearance and reality among three teenage boys can be very different. If they are together, they constantly challenge each other, brag about their conquests and measure themselves against each other. If they are alone, hidden desires and conflicts come to light.
Marius Myrmel studied at the Nordland Art and Film Academy until 2015. His short film FRYSNINGER won the Amanda Prize and was awarded best short film at the Tromsø Film Festival in 2016. Myrmel’s films also appeared at the festivals of Palm Springs, Poitiers and Lübeck.
2018 RUSTNING (short) | 2017 RINGVIRKNINGER (short) | 2016 FRYSNINGER (short)