A diverse mix of this year festival's favorites and awarded films.
For one night we present two programs of shorts selected from the most recent Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival.
Comme des lapins
Osman Cerfon / France / 2012 / Animation / 8'
In this second chapter of "Sticky Ends", the fish-head man carries on his gloomy march through a fair ground, randomly distributing bubbles of doom.
Avant que de tout perdre
Xavier Legrand / France / 2012 / Fiction / 30'
Julien is 10 years old. He pretends to go to school but then hides out under a bridge, his backpack filled with clothes. A few kilometers away, 15-year-old Joséphine does the same and waits for the bus.
/Grand Prix + Audience Prize + Press Prize + Youth Prize/
Vie et mort de l'illustre Grigori Efimovitch Raspoutine
Céline Devaux / France / 2012 / Animation - fiction / 10'
At the beginning of the 20th century, the monk Rasputin arrives at the czar's court in Russia. Slovenly and lecherous, the mujik nevertheless gains entrance to the inner sanctum of the imperial family, which displeases certain aristocrats.
/Best Animation Prize/
Eric Turpin, Rose Turpin / France / 2012 / Fiction / 7'
A crazy mother in her fifties takes her bitchy 16-year-old goth-punk daughter on a trip through her teenage fantasies. Pierrefonds-les-Bains, Ludwig II of Bavaria, Helmut Berger... it's a generational gap.
The Voorman Problem
Mark Gill / UK / 2011 / Fiction / 12'
Doctor Williams is called in to examine the enigmatic Mr Voorman, a prisoner with a peculiar affliction: he believes he is a god.
Una furtiva lagrima
Carlo Vogele / USA / 2012 / Animation / 3'
The last journey of a fish as it sings its own requiem, from its sale at the fish market all the way into the frying pan.
Shane Atkinson / USA / 2012 / Fiction / 17'
The story of a kidnapping gone horribly wrong.
Tickets: $12, Film Club Member: $8.
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