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MIC Mini Update:Oberhausen Last Auckland Screening


MIC Mini Update:Oberhausen Last Auckland Screening

MIC Mini UPDATE

One last chance tonight to see highlights of the Oberhausen Film Fest - A rare opportunity to see A-List Festival short film...

MIC and the Goethe Institut present

Highlights from the OBERHAUSEN INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

INTERNATIONAL FILM PROGRAMME

Tonight! Tuesday 1 June 6.30pm, Rialto Cinemas, Newmarket, Auckland

Introduced by Festival Director Dr Lars Henrik Gass. Far removed from the undemanding uniformity which meanwhile pervades mainstream feature films, the international competition program offers a wide diversity of genres and innovations. Among these contributions from six countries are humorous films that make us laugh, distressing films that make us pensive, animated cartoon films for every taste and documentaries thematizing the gender relationships, violence and growing up. Although many of the films manage completely without language, they do in fact communicate with each other and in the end you cannot fail to notice the thread that runs through them all. We invite you to take this long and exciting voyage of discovery through the great cinema of short films.

The Chinese Dog_Lut Vandekeybus_B 2001_35mm_rom+chiOV engST_15Œ A dogcatcher tries to make a living by catching dogs and selling them back to their owners. One day he catches a rather strange dog: a chow chow. Dog_Suzie Templeton_GB 2001_35mm_engOV_6Œ A young boy longs for reassurance about how his mother died. To protect each other, he and his father hold their pain inside, where it festers. Deadly Boring_Henry Moore Selder_S/MEX 2001_35mm_engOV_9Œ Sarah, a singer working in a Mexican night club, sings about her stories dealing with men. Joy_Cate Shortland_AUS 2000_35mm_engOV_10Œ Thursday night. Late night shopping. Joy wants to have fun. Erè mèla mèla_Daniel Wiroth_F 2001_35mm_no text_6Œ The bodies lightly touch each other, the hands communicate, the glances love. A delicate poem for the others without whom we would be nothing.

Comme un seul homme (As One Man)_Jean-Louis Gonnet_F 2001_35mm_no text_14Œ

In the changing room a rugby team is practicing the last ritual.

En malas companias (Doors Cut Down)_Antonio Hens_E 2000_35mm_spanOV engST_17Œ

Guillermo, a sixteen-year-old, with a lot of time on his hands to go to the new shopping centre, in his area, to unleash his hormones. Last year, he used to masturbate but this year he has decided to get to know men in the physical sense.

For more information check:

http://www.kurzfilmtage.de

http://www.goethe.de/z/wwfilm/guide/festival/enoberhausen.htm

http://www.mic.org.nz

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