11th LICHTSPIELKLUB SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

11th LICHTSPIELKLUB
SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
11th–17th Jan 2018
Sputnik Kino, Acudkino,
City Kino Wedding
HAU Hebbel am Ufer &
Kino Zukunft



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Film still: Robot And Scarecrow


Sat 13.01. 22:00 / Sputnik Kino


Festival-Screening

Animation / Comedy / Drama / Fantasy / Music Video


Have Heart (Animation), R.: Will Anderson, 12:00 Min.
A looping GIF has an existential crisis.

Smear (Comedy), R.: Kate Herron, 4:20 Min.
Chloe thinks she’s just going in for a routine pap-smear. Things do not go as planned.

Robot And Scarecrow (Fantasy/Drama), R.: Kibwe Tavares, 15:00 Min.
A fairy tale set against the backdrop of a heady summer music festival, where a robot (Holliday Grainger, "The Riot Club") and a scarecrow meet and fall in love.

Work (Drama), R.: Aneil Karia, 13:00 Min.
A teenage dancer’s perspective of the world around her begins to shift as she is confronted with its capacity for injustice.

Strays (Drama), R.: Aaron Dunleavy, 3:00 Min.
A dark and unsettling world in which children have taken over a forgotten terraced street.

Sparks: Edith Piaf (Said It Better Than Me) (Music Video/Animation), R.: Joseph Wallace, 3:45 Min.
Sparks find themselves in 1930s Paris, in pursuit of something just beyond their grasp.

Whip In Toilet (Comedy), R.: Ben Mallaby, 3:28 Min.
Rachel is having a bad night out. We see the evening unfold through the moments she spends in the toilet.

In The Grass (Drama/Crime/Comedy), R.: Rory Alexander Stewart, 16:34 Min.
Detective Wallace, an awkward sleuth suffering a crisis of confidence, finds himself unable to act when he has to.

Family Portrait (Drama), R.: Kelly Holmes, 15:00 Min.
Margaret must convince her daughter Louise to take responsibility for the family after the death of her father.

Gunship: Tech Noir (Music Video/Animation), R.: Lee Hardcastle, 4:57 Min.
In a dystopian future a hero tries to save his love, using old VHS tapes and a little bit of magic.