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We're excited to announce the return of Future Shorts! Join us on November 14th for the best international short films. The autumn edition features shorts from France, Hungary, The Netherlands and Portugal. All films with English subtitles. 5 euro.
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Les Miserables (France, 2017)
Dir. Ladi Ly. Drama, 17 min.
In the modern-day Parisian neighbourhood of Victor Hugo’s novel, a new transfer cop learns of abusive policing practices of two veterans. When a young boy records them going too far, the community threatens to explode.
Sing (Hungary, 2016)
Dir. Kristóf Deák. Drama, 25 min.
Zso is admitted to her new school’s famous choir but soon learns of the cruel ways of their choir director. It will take Zso and a new friend to teach their teacher a lesson.
The Blaze - Territory (France, 2017)
Music Video, 6 min.
A young man returns home to the remote place he once called home, Algiers. Involving a charismatic protagonist, vacillating between fierceness and sensitivity, this music video embodies The Blaze’s rage, whose authenticity-driven adroitness as video and music producers no longer needs to be demonstrated.
Rocknrollers (The Netherlands, 2016)
Dir. Daan Bol. Drama, 24 min.
A moving coming-of-age story about depression and the beneficial, healing effect of music and friendship.
Batrachian’s Ballad (Portugal, 2016)
Dir. Leonor Teles. Experimental, 11 min.
Like the gypsies, ceramic frogs don’t go unnoticed to a careful observer. Batrachian’s Ballad comes about in a context of ambiguity. A film that intervenes in the reality of Portuguese everyday life, as a form of fabling about a xenophobic behaviour.