SHORT MATTERS! (the first five)

4.12. and 11.12. 2013

Wednesday 4. 12. 2013 | 18 : 00 | BIO OKO, Františka Křížka 460/15, Prague (map)
Wednesday 11. 12. 2013 | 17 : 00 | GOLDEN APPLE CINEMA, nám. Míru 174, Zlín (map)
Wednesday 11. 12. 2013 | 20 : 00 | BIO CENTRÁL, třída Karla IV. 774, Hradec Králové (map)
At the beginning of January, Berlin will be hosting the annual European Film Awards. One of the fifteen short films that were awarded by festivals in Berlin, Rotterdam, Venice, Locarno and other cities will be chosen as the best one. For the first time in the Czech Republic, all fifteen selected shorts will be screened during three screenings taking place just before the announcement of the winner. Come and see them all before the one is known!

AS ONDAS (Portugal)

Ghent Short Film Nominee:
Director: Miguel Fonseca | Producers: Luís Urbano, Sandro Aguilar
Star: Alice Contreiras, Andreia Contreiras

Year: 2012 | Length: 22 min | Live Action
Beautiful, truly Portuguese seascapes swept before my eyes. Tied up in these images was my youth, my paradise lost. The vast sea, the beach, the people, all waiting, all dying gently, sadly, beautifully. Life and death were being recorded here as a whole: death as a part of life, a cosmic change, a trans- formation. 


Rotterdam Short Film Nominee:
Director: Omar Robert Hamilton | Producer: Louis Lewarne
Star: Kais Nashif

Year: 2013 | Length: 20 min | Live Action
He has returned to Palestine. On the fraught road through the country he relives the choice that sent him to America and the forces of history now driving him home.

ZIMA (Russia)

Locarno Short Film Nominee:
Director: Cristina Picchi | Producers: Guillaume Protsenko, Tanya Petrik

Year: 2013 | Length: 12 min | Documentary
A portrait of a season – a journey through North Russia and Siberia, through the feelings and thoughts of the people who have to cope with one of the world’s harshest climates; a reality where the bound- ary between life and death is so thin that it is sometimes almost non-existent, where civilization constantly both fights and embraces nature and its millenarian rules and rites. A reflection on life, on adaptation and on the immutable cycles of existence.


Grimstad Short Film Nominee:
Directors: Myroslav Slaboshpytskiy | Producers: Volodymyr Tykhyy, Denys Ivanov
Star: Sergiy Gavryluk, Svenlana Shtanko

Year: 2012 | Length: 25 min | Live Action
Sergiy and Sveta live in Chernobyl. He is a truck-driver at a radioactive waste plant. She works at a radioactive decontamination station. Their work and life are dictated by one unchangeable rhythm with clockwork precision. But what sets this mechanism in motion - day by day?


Bristol Short Film Nominee:
Director: Jamie Stone | Producers: Chee-Lan Chan, Len Rowles
Star: Thomas Brodie-Sangster, MacKenzie Crook, Bronaugh Gallagher, Bob Goody

Year: 2013 | Length: 20 min | Live Action
Earth’s orbit. The distant future. Two star-crossed lovers overcome all probabilities and sacrifice ev- erything they have in order to spend one perfect moment together.
Total lenght of the screening 99 min. In original language with Czech and English subtitles.


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