SHORT FILM PROGRAMME B
‘A Six and Two Threes’ by Andy Berriman (UK – 12:30)
Sean searches his father Mick. When he hits a dead end, Sean is forced to rely on the help of wisecracking loner Mackenzie.
‘When you hear the bells’ by Chabname Zariab (Afghanistan, France – 25:00)
Saman, 18, lives in the hell-holes of the Bacha bazi. When he is asked to teach a young boy to dance for his master a friendship builds between the two children.
‘All rights reserved’ by Anael Ruth Resnick & Laila Betternann (Israel – 12:00)
Two tenants. A Palestinian house. A Jewish landlady.
‘Raisa’ by Pavel Cuzuioc (Austria, Moldova – 15:00)
On a cold winter’s day, a young woman travels from the countryside to an address in the city that she’s never been to before. There, she hopes to get something that may affect her future.
‘Prodrome’ by Timothy Wennekes (Belgium – 22:09)
When Max, 16, is confronted with the first signs his elder brother’s psychoses, the world they once shared becomes an anxious reality.
‘Redo’ by Gine Therese Gronner (Norwway – 15:00)
Kim has been messing up in his life. He lost his family on the way. Now, he wants one thing only: To spend some time with his x-wife and their daughter.
‘Haus 209’ by Bettina Hutschek (Germany, Malta – 09:00)
A woman is used for a dystopian experiment of travelling to the “world beyond” through radioactive capsules. The film is constructed from still photographs from the inside of a nuclear medicine ward and found footage.