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FUTURE SHORTS short films festival

FUTURE SHORTS short films festival
Period:22 February (Friday),2013, 23 February (Saturday),2013 6pm-9pm
Hours:22 (Fri) 19:00-22:00 / 23 (Sat) 18:00-21:00
Admission:Entrance fee 800 yen / mulled wine 300yen
Venue:B104

Directors of the short films:Cutter Hodierne (Kenya) / Tom Schroeder (USA) / Zachary Treitz (USA) / Rodney Ascher (USA) / Lucy Luscombe (UK) / Brian Lye (Czech Republic) / Patrik Eklund (Sweden)

Surreal/humorous love story/Fascinating story ofSomalia pirates...
The Winter Season 2013 will feature 7 of the best cutting-edge short films from all over the world.

A special highlight comes in the form of Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner "Fishing Without Nets" (Kenya, 2010), a fascinating story of pirates in Somalia told from the perspective of the Somalis.

Future Shorts further presents the colourful animation "Marcel, King of Tervuren" (USA, 2012), alongside with Woodstock Film Festival Jury Prize Winner "We're Leaving" (USA, 2011), the documentary - cum- horror film "The S from Hell" (USA, 2010), alongside the surreal coming-of-age short "Candy Girl" (UK, 2012) and the humorous love story "Lovebirds" (Czech Republic, 2010) that reflects similarities between avian and human life, accompanied by "Seeds of the Fall" (Sweden, 2009) from oscar nominated director Patrik Eklund. Japanese and English subtitled.

See the full programme on our webpage


■Trailer

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CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE TRAILER


■FILM LIST

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18 years and older only / The duration of the screening is 72 min.
We have time to enjoy drinks, socialising, and art performance or installation.


■TICKET
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(FUTURE SHORTS' Homepage)
*We will sell some tickets at the door. Contact to makiko@e06.itscom.net for the reservation.


■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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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 producer and designer.
Profile: http://www.createdestroyinnovate.co.uk/exhibition/student-profiles/makiko-watanabe

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