Future Shorts Fall Screening
The worlds largest short film festival
Quench your thirst for film with Future Shorts’ brand new fall programme.
Start off your autumn of film cravings with Future Shorts brand new fall programme in the relaxed bar environment of our main stage. The programme is widely curated with genre-crossing shorts from international film makers and artists.
Future Shorts is an international film festival represented in over 40 countries worldwide. The screening is approximately 90 minutes long.
DIR. NICOLAS PROVOST
Belgium/ 3 mins/ Experimental/ 2015
A trippy journey to the furthest reaches of outer space.
DIR. NOEL LOOZEN
The Netherlands/ Drama / 10 mins/ 2015
Sam crashes his moped by Gilles’ famous food-truck in No Man’s Land. As Sam is put to work in the truck, he is struck by a dazzling beauty across the road.
DIR. LOVISA SIREN
Sweden/ 14mins/ Fiction/ 2015
Gender roles are challenged as a group of male actors are asked by a female director to do things they might not be comfortable with.
DIR. EVA WAGNER
RCA/ UK/ 4 mins/ Fiction/ 2015
Rooser and Owl meet online and spend a good night together. But what happens when reality doesn’t match the expectation?
DIR. REKA BUSCI
France/ Hungary/ 14 mins/ Animation/ 2016
Creatures on a distant solar system explore the meaning of Love in three parts.
IF MAMMA AIN’T HAPPY NOBODY’S HAPPY
DIR. MEA DOLS DE JONG
The Netherlands/ 25 mins/ Documentary/ 2014
A mysterious pattern emerges as a mother and daughter explore the history of women in their family.
DIR. CEDRIC RICHER + QUENTIN CURTAT
3 mins/ Music Video/ 2016
Mai Lan observes weird human habits in this punchy and sometimes unnerving music video.
THE SPECIAL ONE
DIR. LAMIN OO
Myanmar/ 7mins/ Documentary/ 2015
A local fishmonger, Myint Lwin in San Pya fish market in Yangon, has one passion in life: Chelsea Football Club.
DIR. JOHN THRELFALL
UK/ 14mins/ Fiction/ 2015
Reverse chronological storytelling reveals what happened one night in a quiet suburban neighbourhood.
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