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Dune: Part Two La Sirène Le Ravissement Kung Fu Panda 4 All of Us Strangers Poor Things The Zone of Interest One Life Stop Making Sense (1984 restored) Past Lives Bob Marley: One Love Perfect Days King’s Land (The Promised Land) Holy Rosita Kattenkwaad in het Museum Sirocco en het koninkrijk van de wind Wonka (NV) Anaconda Terrestrial Verses Evil Does Not Exist Kilembe: De hoop van een hospitaal
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GHENT INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL: “INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM EVENING”
diverse regisseurs - uit de hele wereld - 2023 - 97 min.
Unieke vertoning op zondag 26 maart 2023 om 20u00 in Studio Skoop
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Het Ghent International Short Film Festival is een nieuw festival dat van 21 maart tot 26 maart 2023 plaatsvindt op verschillende locaties. Het volledige programma kunt u vinden op de officiële website: ghentshortfilmfestival.com.
This Ghent International Short Film Festival screening session features 7 short films, and will be followed by a free drink at the cosy Studio Skoop Café. All films are in English OR have English subtitles.
Diomysus (UK) by Emily Elizabeth Morus-Jones
An experimental film where a group of mice (voiced by members of the UK polyamorous community who’s identities are masked using puppetry) discuss their experiences of polyamory. Diomysus asks the question - are we (the audience) more open to taboo ideas if unconscious bias is eliminated? Running time: 00:05:00.
June Last Year (Netherlands) by Tessa Kortmulder
“June Last Year” is a short film that shows a month in the life of soon-to-be grownups. While her boyfriend tries to write his first artist statement, Miró searches for a way to connect to the student life around her. Running time: 0:20:34.
The Chromakey Man (Belgium) by William Samaha
Dan always wanted to be an actor, but instead of achieving his dreams, he ends up a chromakey technician on movie sets. Covered in a bright green suit from head to toe, he is stuck in a rut until he gets offered an audition and the possibility to step into the limelight. The opportunity is potentially life-changing, and this absolutely terrifies him. Dan is portrayed by Alexander Arnold (Skins, Yesterday, Pistols, The Outpost). Running time: 0:13:45.
Inherent (Denmark) by Nicolai G.H. Johansen
Gothic horror meets small town teenage romance as we follow a girl roaming the streets, gazing at a boy. Soon it becomes clear that she is bound to something. In the attic of her house resides a sinister presence who she serves. As the infatuation grows, she is torn between her desires and her ties. Running time: 0:16:12.
Supurbia (Norway) by Alexander Gudmestad
While his neighbors, friends and family all prepare for an emission-free Constitution Day celebration, Gunnar struggles to cope with life in the materialistic suburbs of Norway. “Supurbia” is a satirical slice of Norway’s new-wealth middle class and their unspoken rules for achieving the perfect life. Running time: 0:15:00.
Text me when you get home xx (Germany) by Niklas Bauer
At night, a woman enters a stranger’s car, casually and voluntarily. But soon she begins to sense the dangerous situation she might be in. Running time: 0:10:37.
Domar (France) by Alcibiade Cohen
Maria, a young Argentinian woman, evolves in a man’s world: rodeo. The day before qualifying for the famous “Jesus Maria” tournament, for the first time open to women, she must make a choice: speak or let fate decide for her… Running time: 0:14:26.