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FUTURE SHORTS SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

FUTURE SHORTS SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
Period:22 August (Friday),2014 7pm-10pm & 22 August (Saturday),2014 6pm-9pm
Admission:Entrance fee 800 yen drink 300yen
Venue:B104

Directors of Short Films:Maxim Kelly (United Kingdom) / Hu Wei(France) / Ainslie Henderson(United Kingdom) / Cyriak
(United Kingdom) / François Jaros (Canada) / Chema García Ibarra (Spain) / Daniel Moshel (Austria) / Xavier Legrand (France)

60 countries, 160 cities, Future Shorts Festival brings the best in short film to audiences around the world.

Summer Season is officially here and brings you an exciting line-up of short films from UK, France/China, Canada, Spain, Australia, and France. Films are subtitled both in English and Japanese Subtitled, and total duration of films is 80 min. Also we have art installation or performance and music before the screening, and you can enjoy the films while drinking summer cocktails.

This Summer, Future Shorts programme comprises of 8 classic, cult and award winning short films: No Joke (UK; 2013) by Maxim Kelly - a music video shows the ultimate cure, in the form of old people dancing; Butter Lamp (France/ China; 2013) by Hu Wei - a conceptual experiment where a photographer takes family pictures of several Tibetans.; the animated short film, I Am Tom Moody (UK; 2013) by Ainslie Henderson: a surreal trip through the subconscious of a stifled musician as he struggles to sing.; Cirrus (UK; 2013) by Cyriak: an old footage, complex machines and giant robots are coming together in a beautifully surreal video collage.; Life Is A Bitch (Canada; 2013) a short film in which Francois Jaros describes Love. Shock. Denial. Pigeons. Hospital. F__k. Rejection. Cries. Awkward in 95 scenes, 5 minutes: life's a bitch. ; Misterio (Spain; 2013) by Chema Garcia Ibarra which shows the complex relationship between mother, father and son who are heading for a crisis in which understanding is only one way of not listening to each other.; Metube: August Sings Carmen "Habanera" (Austria; 2013) by Daniel Moshel: a YouTube anachronism as the overture of a clever opera-remix spectacle.; and the Oscar nominated short Just Before Losing Everything (France;2013) by Xavier Legrand - the story of a family where the mother has left her abusive husband and taken refuge with her children in the local supermarket where she works.


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Just Before Losing Everything (France;2013)

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No Joke (UK; 2013)

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Butter Lamp (France/ China; 2013)

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Metube: August Sings Carmen "Habanera" (Austria; 2013)

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I Am Tom Moody (UK; 2013)


Film List > http://www.futureshorts.com/index.php?site=50


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Available on the door. Email makiko@e06.itscom.net for advance reservations.
*18 years and older only


■FUTURE SHORTS JAPAN, showcasing the most exciting short films from around the world, and cutting-edge art installation, we create experimental event which has "relaxing"" atmosphere which can promote socialising, and stimulate creativity and imagination.

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■Producer

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Makiko Watanabe
Born in 1979 and grown up in Yokohama. Graduated Tsuda College 2001, and studied at MA Innovation Management in Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design'11. Currently working as a event creator and artist.

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