Shortcutz Berlin #92 Session – Wednesday, October 8th

sc92Shortcutz Berlin is starting back again!
After the Summer break we come back with the weekly screenings from October 8th onwards – same place, same time! That means: doors open at 20.30, the screening itself starts at 21.00.

The competition shorts are:

Short #1: “The Elevator“, by Zuzanna Grajzer

Synopsis: Nothing’s more is gonna happen between Ben and Aleksandra tonight. Or is it?

Short #2: “Aesthetic Rebellion“, by Vera Ziegler

Synopsis: This short documentary shows 4 characters living in Bogotá, expressing their beliefs and passions through their tattoos. One ex gang member, one tattooer, one strong believer and one soccer fan take us to their worlds and share their convictions, which they put into pictures on their skins. Could this be a kind of aesthetic rebellion against the normal?


The Special Guest is Sebastian Brose, director of achtung berlin – new berlin film award! Sebastian will talk to us about one of the biggest festivals of Berlin! All filmmakers, send your films, the deadline to apply for the 2015 edition of Achtung Berlin is December 31st! Check their website here.

The Guest Short is “Circuit“, by Robert Gwisdek – the “Best Short” winner from Achtung Berlin’s last edition in April this year!

Synopsis: An electrician is trapped in a looping room and goes mad.

Plus, you’ll get the chance to meet our 2 new jury members – Sandra Nedeleff, actress and director, and Bartholomew Sammut, among other things, director of the XPOSED International Queer Film Festival Berlin.

Looking forward to seeing you all there! Please share the event and invite all your friends, family and pets!

The entrance is FREE 🙂

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