Shortcutz Berlin – Session #34 (December 22)

This Thursday we will have the last Session of the year!
We hope to see many, many of you amongst us! We will not only announce which film was (s)elected by our jury as

Best Short for the Month of December but also wish you warm and cosy Holidays before we go on a short winter break until January 12.

The December competition short:

Short #1“Chica XX Mujer” by Isabell Šuba
Short #2“A Day In My Life” by Johannes Krohn
Short #3“Souterrain” by Erwin Häcker
Short #4“Me- Apparatus” by Susan Kreher and Mandy Blaurock
Short #5“Die Große Plai Chumpon Totenparty” by Valerie Bäuerlein
Short #6“Zyklus I” by Sebastian Lörscher

This week’s Guest Short:  “THE BOY WHO WOULDN´T KILL “ by Linus de Paoli 
Germany 2009, 24 min.
Synopsis: Anjo and his family live on a chicken farm in the post-apocalyptic desert. While his father tries to teach him that killing is a necessity to survive in this world of violence, Anjo dreams of findingthe last remains of civilization. After a desert pirate attack, a motorcycle is left behind. Anjo hides it and decides to follow the trail of the pirates and go on a quest for fuel.

You can watch the trailer of the film here.

Our Special Guest for this week is filmmaker Bernhard Sallmann. Bernhard will be showing us parts from his last two documentaty films “Das schlechte Feld” 2011 and “Träume der Lausitz” 2009. 

Please join us one more time at the Filmkunst BarReichenberger Straße 133 in Kreuzberg, before we part until January 12th. The session starts as always at 8:30 pm and the screenings at 9 pm. Entrance is and will remain free. See you all on Thursady!


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