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Best Of International 1 – 2015

The first of five programmes featuring the best of International short films in competition.

Screening: Sun 11 Jan, 8.45pm | Duration: 104 min | Classification: under 15 yrs to be w/adult

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  • Beach Flags

    Vida is a young Iranian lifeguard swimmer. Popular in her team, she is determined to
    fight in order to be the one to participate in an international competition in Australia.
    However, when Sareh, as fast and talented as her, joins the team, she will have to
    face an unexpected situation.

  • A Tropical Sunday

    A Tropical Sunday is a comedy-drama about Gito, Babu, Nuno and Lisa, four street
    children that at Sunday spend the time at the Maputo’s Funfair, looking for a chance
    to jump on a ride.

  • Boogaloo And Graham

    James and Malachy are over the moon when their soft-hearted dad presents them with two baby chicks to care for. Raising their tiny charges, declaring themselves vegetarian and dreaming of running a chicken farm, the two boys are in for a shock when their parents announce that big changes are coming to the family.

  • Oh Lucy!

    Setsuko, a 55-year-old single ‘office lady’ in Tokyo, is given a blonde wig and a new identity, “Lucy,” by her young unconventional English instructor. “Lucy” awakens desires Setsuko never knew she had. When the instructor suddenly disappears, Setsuko must come to terms with what remains – herself.

  • Discipline

    Switzerland / 12min / 2014
    WRI/DIR/PROD: Christophe M. Saber
    PROD: Elena Tatti
    In a moment of anger in a grocery store, a father loses patience and disciplines his
    disobedient child. A shocked customer intervenes to express her concern. When
    other customers join the conversation, the discussion gradually gets out of hand.

  • Ross And Beth

    The story of a humble farming couple, a sudden upheaval and an unlikely saviour.
    NSW Premiere

  • Me And My Moulton

    In this witty animated short set in 1960’s Norway, a seven-year-old girl asks her hopelessly out-of-touch parents for a bicycle, but the unconventional ways of these modernist architects soon prove to be a source of quiet embarrassment and anxiety.