Shortctutz Berlin #108 Session – Wednesday, April 8th

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The second round of competition shorts of the month of April is here! The shorts this week are the following:

Short #1: “Strangers“, by Erik Lehmann

Synopsis: A psychological thriller about a man who awakes to find himself locked up in his barricaded apartment. He has no chance of escaping. And he is not alone…

You can find more information about Erik’s work in his website, here.

Short #2: “Call of the Wild“, by Frank Hofmann

Synopsis: When the first European settlers arrived in New Zealand in the early 19th century, they introduced a variety of mammalian predetors such as rats, stoats, cats and dogs that caused ectintion of almost half of NZ’s endemic birds. In 1914 the Laughing Owl or Whekau (Maori) became extinct. 100 years later, in 2014, New Zealand artist Hayden Fowler is looking for a new and contemporary language of mourning the loss. In a unique art performance he reenacts the specimen and transforms himself into a medium of vital memory.

The Special Guest is Sol Bondy, producer with his own company One Two Films.

Guest Short: “Long Distance Call”, by Grzegorz Muskala

Synopsis: Henry picks up the phone at night. His wife is on the other side of the world on a beach, drunk and apparently with another man. In the frantic calls that follow, is it his marriage, his wife or his sanity that is most under threat? All Henry can do is hang on the phone.

Check the complete details of the screening in our website: https://shortcutzberlin.wordpress.com/

We are looking forward to seeing you all there!

The entrance is free!!

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