Shortcutz Berlin #90 Session – May 21st

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The last round of competition shorts of the month of May is here! Check the complete program for this week:

Comp Short #1: “Chaja & Mimi“, by Eric Esser

Synopsis: Chaja Florentin and Mimi Frons have been best friends for 83 years. Born and raised in Berlin, they had to escape from the Nazis to Palestine with their families in 1934. They talk about their complicated relationship with Berlin in a Tel Aviv café where they meet everyday. A film about friendship, homeland and identity.


Comp Short #2: “Poem in the Key of Freedom minor“, by Nathalie Tafelmacher-Magnat

Synopsis: Lori ekes out a life in a sparsely furnished room which leaves her in isolation, were it not for her neighbour, her partner in platonic eroticism. Loosing her TV out the window seems to be the last desirable thing to happen to her, given her circumstances, but it turns out to be the key… to a little bit more freedom.

The Special Guest is Josephine Lilly Landertinger Forero, director  of the Global Eyes production, a company that focuses on video education, video production and online journalism.

Josephine Landertinger Forero, who was born in Portugal in 1983 as daughter to a Colombian economist and an Austrian diplomat of the United Nations. She spent her childhood in Lesotho (Africa). Her aim is to bring together her passion for media and her enthusiasm for human rights subjects. She will be talking to us about her latest project “Home”. You can watch the trailer here.

bring together her passion for media and her enthusiasm for human rights subjects – See more at: http://globaleyes-production.com/about-us#sthash.tsuSPbrb.dpuf
combine communications and human rights issuesYou can check her personal website here.Josephine will be talking about her work and here latest project “”. You can watch the trailer here.
ocuses on video education, video production and online journalism – See more at: http://globaleyes-production.com/about-us#sthash.tsuSPbrb.dpu.Josephine Landertinger Forero, who was born in Portugal in 1983 as daughter to a Colombian economist and an Austrian diplomat of the United Nations. She spent her childhood in Lesotho (Africa).  You can check her personal website here.

 

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