Shortcutz Berlin #115 – Winner Sesion: May 27th


The Winner Session of May is coming! In this evening we will announce and screen the “Winner of the Month”, voted by our jury! The shorts competing this month were the following:

Short #1: “24/7“, by Jeanette Wagner
Short #2: “Mein Engel“, by Miriam Bliese
Short #3: “Love, Yesterday”, by Joya Thome
Short #4: “Telekomando“, by Erik Schmitt
Short #5: “Rien ne va plus“, by Marc Schmidheiny & Christoph Daniel
Short #6: “Micki “, by Alexander Lahl & Izabela Plucinska

As guest shorts we will have: “Zur rechten Zeit”, by Eliza Petkova

Synopsis: Adriane Gertz is a philosophy teacher at a high school. Her goal is to be socially independent, but a love affair with one of her students shatters her quest for self-reliance. Her days are increasingly filling up with power games and the fear of loss. She painfully realizes that it is impossible to avoid being human. “At the right time” paints the picture of a woman that represents the cold and solitude of a society in which the fear of failure exceeds over the lust for life.

Find more info about Eliza´s work here.


short by british filmmaker Edward Tracy who is coming to present his short “Captcha”

Synopsis: In a futuristic version of 1940s London, an injured man turns out to have had a love implant put inside him without his knowing, in order to make him fall him love with a spy. The spy has by now fallen in love for real with the man, and she must decide whether to reveal all and betray her mission, hoping he might still love her.

More info about this short here.

Last but not least, DimiTris JimmyBoy ARgyriou will present us with a dj-set after the screenings.

Please remember: this will be the last screening before our “Summer break”. There will be no more Shorcutz Berlin screenings until the Fall. Stay tuned for our comeback!

Looking forward to seeing you all there!!



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