Thursday, 9 February
This screening session features 2 films (see below). All selected films are in English and/or have English subtitles.
Rue Antoine Dansaert 70
Reservations are not required, but advised. Reserve your tickets here.
BEFORE WE COLLIDE (UK) BY GUY GOOCH, GREGOR PETRIKOVIC
Synopsis: Before We Collide is a short film shot on a Nishika N8000 analog lenticular camera consisting of over 800 photographs pieced together. In a haunting encounter, the film captures our fragmented perception of time during the pandemic while exploring the dynamics of mutual support. The film does not give the impression that it is made for me, you, or anyone for that matter. It simply exists as an artifact that can be witnessed, like found footage of a ghostly apparition. Running time: 00:01:10.
Selections/awards: Super Shorts London FF, Amsterdam Independent FF, Hong Kong Arthouse FF, Boston Short FF, and more.
A PERFECT DAY FOR CARIBOU (USA) BY JEFF RUTHERFORD
Synopsis: An estranged father and son named Herman and Nate spend a perilous day together in the high desert looking for family and stumbling through their heartaches. Running time: 01:35:00.
Selections/awards: Locarno FF, Cork IFF, Slamdance FF.