An opportunity to catch up with the most-liked films from our previous three festivals…
Murray Edwards College / Sat 1 May / 7.30pm.
- Foxy lady in Winterland, audience prize 2007
Dagie Brundert / 2003 / Germany / 3 min / Experi-docu
It’s this weird time between the years. Xmas today. Berlin is Siberia. My recent lover was a zero. It’s sooooo fucking cold! But my granny used to say: “Sweetie, what do you have your braids for??”
- The Flasher, audience prize 2008
Magnus Irvin / 2007 / UK / 3 min / Fiction
Mr. Podomowski is busy clearing rubbish from the streets of East London when he comes across a Belisha Beacon, (England’s most enigmatic and beautiful piece of street furniture).
- The Penalty Box, audience prize 2009
Arthur Franck & Oskar Forsten / 2007 / Finland / 9 min / documentary
The penalty box has become a chair of confession where senior hockey players spill their guts about first loves, divorce and finding a new love.
- Corto world premiere
Dairo Cervantes / 2009 / Colombia / 8 min / fiction
Two neighbours share sensations and feelings although the party wall divides them
Tony Gault, Elizabeth Henry / 2009 / United States / 7 min / Documentary
Fledgling explores the relationship between Kevin and a baby crow he finds on the street one stormy night. Kevin’s backyard provides the rich setting for a story about his conflicted relationship to nature.
Luca Sabbioni / 2005 / Italy / 2 min / Sentimental
Like a poem, the words of the main character echos in an empty room while the images of his consumed love run over a wall.
Derry Sheehan / 2008 / Australia / 3 min / experimental drama
Natives is a two minute, dialogue-free short, presented entirely in split-screen. The film captures a moment in the laconic lives of two young locals as they idle their time on a summer day. The film combines colour and black & white Super 8 film stock, an electronic score and isolated environmental sound effects to provide a fleeting insight into the minor trials of the everyday.
- Bautista’s Fable
Rafael Martínez Moreno / 2009 / Colombia / 10 min / Dark Romantic Comedy
Bautista is an Afrocolombian fisherman who wants to be with Ada really bad, but it seems she only dates white tourists. How far is Bautista willing to go, to be with her?
- Designated Routes in Nature and Time
Jim Granato / 2008 / United States, Mexico / 7 min / Experimental, Lyrical
Road movie: a very lovely film inspired by the American landscape
- Jury Prize 2010
- Audience Prize 2010