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Best Of International 5 – 2015

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

Screening: Fri 16 Jan, 6.30pm | Duration: 113 min | Classification: under 15 yrs to be w/adult

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  • World Of Tomorrow

    A little girl is taken on a mind-bending tour of her distant future.

  • Yes We Love (Ja Vi Elskar)

    Four generations, each with a crisis, set in four different parts of Norway on the
    Norwegian Constitution Day.

  • Carry On

    During the brutal withdrawal of Japanese forces at the end of WWII, a Chinese father
    does whatever he can to save his family.

  • Little Brother (Petit Frere)

    Antoine, problematic teenager of 14 years old, spends a day with his tutor. For one
    last time before the latter’s departure for Russia, the two brothers mess around in the
    streets of the metropolis.

  • Timber

    On a cold winter night, a group of logs is on the verge of freezing to death. When they realize that they themselves, being firewood, are the only solution to making a warm fire their situation gets a little hot.

  • Bear (Bamse)

    A solitary hunter struggles to stay alive in the brutal wilderness. When he encounters
    a teddy bear left alone in the snow, he starts failing as a survivor. Soon both he and
    the bear are in danger of being destroyed.

  • The Runner (El Corredor)

    5 years ago the boss closed the company and fired 300 workers. The first day that he goes out to run he meets one of them.

  • Crocodile

    A deeply moving, at times surprisingly comic journey into the head of a father torn apart by grief. Simon, a middle class headmaster, receives news that his eighteen year old daughter, Penny, has been killed by a crocodile while on a gap year in Kenya.

  • A Single Life

    When playing a mysterious vinyl single, Pia is suddenly able to travel through her life.