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Intimacy

Basic human connections can have a day-to-day simplicity while offering us something deeper and intimate in this selection of short films.

Even if a screening is sold out, tickets are often available 30 minutes before the start of the film at the box office at each venue.

Intimacy

And the Going is Good

Og Leken er God

  • Director Vibeke Heide
  • Norway 2011
  • 22 mins

Three chapters; everyday stories. Pride, power and stopping while the going is good.

Ballet Story

  • Director Daria Belova
  • Germany 2011
  • 9 mins

Sophie notices a mysterious boy on the street. Maybe she likes him. But surrounded by her chattering classmates, she finds herself experiencing both grief and aggression.

Small

Klein

  • Director Sanne Vogel
  • Netherlands 2011
  • 6 mins

Noortje experiences her first massage, but she’s not yet prepared to feel the hands of a stranger on her skin.

Africa

  • Director Matti Harju
  • UK-Finland 2012
  • 9 mins

We don’t all live in the same reality. This frayed experimental fiction shows a psychotic man in a state of acute psychosis.

69.4 Degrees North

  • Director Eva Weber
  • UK 2012
  • 3 mins

With the sun setting at 2pm and temperatures plummeting to minus 18, the Sámi villagers in Utsjoki, Finland, get to work wrangling reindeer.

The 4th Dimension

  • Director Stanislava Buevich
  • UK 2012
  • 6 mins

A young couple spend the morning in bed talking about life and destiny.

Faraways

  • Director Audrey Lam
  • Australia 2012
  • 10 mins

An empty urban landscape echoes the isolation of two girls far from home.

We Will Never Be Alone Again

Nous ne serons plus jamais seuls

  • Director Yann Gonzalez
  • France 2012
  • 10 mins

A party at night. Teenagers dance and love each other as if it was the first and last time. With music by M83.

Exit K1

ΕΞΟΔΟΣ Κ1

  • Director Janis Rafailidou
  • Greece 2012
  • 15 mins

Exit K1 connects the airport to the city, at a point where the asphalt ends and there are no more road signs.

To Open, To See

Å åpne, å se

  • Director Camilla Figenschou
  • Norway 2012
  • 15 mins

A group of children are on a trip to a beach. They discover a stranded porpoise.

Total running time 105 mins

Philip Ilson

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