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.
Nightingales in December
Theodore Ushev / Canada, Québec / 2011 / Animation / 3'
This metaphorical surrealistic tale transports the viewer into an allusive voyage into the collective memory and today's realities. What if nightingales were working hard instead of singing and flying south?
Luis Urbano / Portugal / 2012 / Fiction / 17'
While waiting for the opening of the summer season, a zealous worker prepares the tides swimming pool for the arrival of the holidaymakers.
/Jury Special Prize/
Andrew Huang / USA / 2012 / Animation / 10'
A psychedelic fantasy film about otherworldly beings whose minds and bodies converge.
A Story For the Modlins
Sergio Oksman / Spain / 2012 / Documentary / 26'
After appearing in the film 'Rosemary’s Baby', Elmer Modlin fled with his family to a far off country and shut himself away in a dark apartment for thirty years.
/Grand Prix + Audience Prize/
Rauch und Spiegel
Nick Moore / Australia / 2012 / Expérimental / 5'
A trapeze routine is transformed into a stage trick, a music box automaton and a mesmerising carousel. Sleight-of-hand and spectacle are where cinema meets circus.
Igor Coric, Sheldon Lieberman / Australia / 2012 / Animation / 4'
Spike has just caught his first mud crab. Now he and Dadda have to remove it from the crab pot without losing a finger.
Nol King Ruter
Noud Heerkens / Netherlands / 2012 / Fiction / 30'
Nol King Ruter celebrates his 65th birthday with a grand banquet, inviting his closest family, friends and colleagues. Many join in to give him an unforgettable day. During the festivities, old quarrels flare up, new loves arise.
Tickets: $12, Film Club Member: $8.
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