Future Shorts Zima (Short Film Festival)
Dir. Céline Embleton, Great Britain 2016, documentary, 9 min.
A poetic portrait of a Iranian watchmaker, whose philosophical musings on craft invite us to reflect on how we engage with time in a fast - paced world.
The Summer Movie
dir. Emanuel Mare, Belgia 2016, fable, 30 min.
It’s summer. Philippe is driving with his family for a holiday. No one gives a damn about the people on vacation, highway rest stops, the August light, and that dismays Philippe. He wants to leave. His 9-year-old son, Balthazar, keeps him from that.
dir. Tina Rivera, USA 2017, music video, 4 min.
A lo-fi, psychedelic vision of farmlands being harvested.
dir. Camilo Restrepo, France 2017, fable, 13 min.
To keep a promise made to her dying mother, a woman goes off in search of her father. Carried by the rhythm of the Maloya, a ritual chant from Reunion Island. Cilaos the ties that bind the dead and the living.
dir. Rory Stewart, Great Britain 2017, fable, 26 min.
Joan has been housebound with M. E. for most of her teenage years, but now in slow recovery, Joan’s tutor encourages her to push herself more, she throws caution to the wind and, risking a relapse, leaves the house in search of new experiences. And horse.
Green Screen Gringo
dir. Douwe Dijkstra, Holland, Brazil 2016, experiemental/documentary, 16 min.
Behind a green screen, a foreigner finds his way in an enchanting - and yet turbulent - Brazil. Where the streets are a stage for politics, art and affection, a gringo can only watch.
total show time: 98 min.
Films with Polish and English subtitles
Wstęp WOLNY / Admission FREE
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