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Best Of EU Shorts Showcase 2024

A programmes showcasing moving  and entertaining shorts selected from the European Union countries in competition for the EU Delegation to Australia Award for Best EU Short Film, celebrating all things Euro and Flickerfest!

Screening: Sat 27 Jan, 6.30pm | Runtime: 120 mins | Classification: under 15 to be w/adult

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  • On The 8th Day

    It took 7 days to create the world, it only took one to disrupt its balance.

  • A Piece of Liberty

    The Statue of Liberty and Joker, two wandering street performers, end up in the same police cell. When the systemic brutality of the state and the police “breaks” Liberty, Joker will search for the pieces to rebuild her from scratch.

  • Clodagh

    A lonely priest’s housekeeper encounters a young Irish girl of exceptional promise.

  • A Day In The Life Of A Female Frame

    While a large painting of a naked woman is being transported from the studio to the exhibition, she seems to fall victim to a harsh and masculine outside world.

  • A Kind Of Testament

    A young woman comes across animations on the Internet that have clearly been created from her private selfies. An unknown female with the same name confesses to identity theft. But death is quicker than the answer to the question: “Why?”

  • From Above

    Morten looks his daughter in the eyes for the first time in 8 years. After that he decides to get in touch with her again and uses very unconventional and spectacular methods to get her attention and forgiveness.

  • The Masterpiece

    Leo and Diana, a rich couple, bring a broken TV to a recycle point. They meet Salif and his son, two scrap dealers. Diana asks them to come to their house to get more objects. Once there, Leo looks at them collecting objects with mistrust, until they see the scrap dealers have something they want.

  • The Film Might Be White

    A final feedback meeting is being held before the release of an art school’s new commercial. Everyone is happy, but then a thought arises as to whether the commercial can be perceived as too white. The meeting suddenly escalates into a debate about how it happened, if it can be solved, and above all – whose fault it is.

  • My Name is Edgar and I Have a Cow

    Edgar’s ordinary life is disrupted by a newborn calf he sees on a tourist trip to a slaughterhouse.