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Best Of International 1 – 2016

The 1st of five programmes featuring the Best of International short films in competition.

Be uplifted, inspired and moved by the next generation of the world’s most talented filmmakers in competition for two Academy accredited awards; Best Short Drama & Best Short Animation.

Screening: Sun 10 Jan, 6.30pm | Duration: 111 min | Classification: under 15 yrs to be w/adult

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  • Amelia and Duarte

    In this story we are guided through the relationship of Amélia and Duarte, two people that fell out of love and are trying to cope with the feelings that come after a relationship has ended.


  • Ave Maria

    In the middle of the West Bank wilderness, the nuns of the ‘Sisters of Mercy’ convent, have their daily routine of silence and prayer disrupted when a family of Jewish settlers come knocking at their door.

  • Balcony

    In a neighbourhood rife with racial tension, a local girl falls for a recent arrival.


  • Autos Portraits (Carface)

    Carface is a whirling, twirling automotive waltz. To the tune of “Que Sera, Sera,” carefree cars cavort in all directions while the black ooze that fuels them is unremittingly pumped from Mother Earth. The ultimate orgiastic spectacle of our Big Oil–based empire. Let the games begin!


  • Nelly

    A car drives through the snow. Behind the wheel is Nelly. She is thirteen years old. Nelly wants to go home. Separating her from her goal are three questions, two keys, a diving tower and a racing heart.


  • Shok

    Based on true events, ‘Shok’ is set during the escalation of the Kosovo War when the country was occupied by Serbia.

  • Subotika – Land Of Wonders

    Subotika, a little-known island on the other side of the globe. An enchanting country with extraordinary sights, grand visions and a couple of minor problems. Book right now! Subotika, the holiday destination that lives up to its promises.


  • Oh Be Joyful

    Rita is about to kick the bucket, but before she does she’s got one final job to do: drag her granddaughter out of the closet.