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Best Of EU Showcase 2022

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 29 Jan, 6.30pm | Runtime: 112 mins | Classification: under 15 to be w/adult

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  • Mondo Domino

    Trees are cut down for a fashion show, beginning a delirious chain reaction as chaotic as grotesque.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

  • Zonder Meer

    A campsite in the summer holidays, aimless days spent in the shade of trees. Sunlight is glittering on the lake, but nobody is allowed to swim here. A boy has disappeared and may have drowned. Five-year-old Lucie is trying to understand what is going on around her. How long can you hold your breath?
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

  • A Summer Place

    Summer is a permanent state of mind in Limassol, a once small seaside town in Cyprus that has transformed into the oligarch paradise of the Mediterranean. Being both a player and a victim of this city transformation as a food stylist, Tina is depressed. On the day of her birthday, she is ready to give up on everything, until an extraordinary encounter changes her life.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

  • On My Mind

    Henrik wants to sing a song for his wife. It has to be today, it has to be now. It’s a question of life, death, and karaoke.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

  • Attached (Imposible Decirte Adios)

    When Paula’s painful breakup with Raúl causes her to stop seeing his son Dani, Paula will have no choice but to challenge a hypocritical legal system that ignores the custody rights of a loving, non-biological parent.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

  • The Blanket

    10-year old Marja is sent to fetch milk for her baby brother. On the way there are things even more dangerous than the thin ice.
    WORLD PREMIERE

  • Broken: A Lockdown Story

    A man plunges from the sky, a militia chase down two siblings, a woman weeps in a derelict house: vignettes from a surreal family breakdown, visions from an unreliable narration who speaks only in idioms.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

  • Shower Boys

    After a heated training match with the team, twelve-year-old Viggo and Noel go home to challenge each other’s limits and masculinity. A sudden stop to an innocent game questions what a male friendship is allowed to be.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE

  • Wall Unit

    A ramshackle wall unit is a symbol of the monotonous life of a certain 40-year-old man living in a grey, dirty post-communist block of flats district. Right after his birthday, suffering from the midlife crisis, the man decides to change his dull and routine-based existence. Alas, his wife stands in the way.
    AUSTRALIAN PREMIERE