13th LICHTSPIELKLUB SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

13th LICHTSPIELKLUB
SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
16th–22nd Jan 2020
Sputnik Kino, Acudkino,
City Kino Wedding
HAU Hebbel am Ufer,
Kino Zukunft
& Silent Green



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Film still: Wale


Fri 17.01. 19:30 / Sputnik Kino


Festival-Screening

Music Video / Drama / Comedy / Animation


This Is England (Music Video), R.: Basil Anthony Harewood, 3:13 Min.
Music video for the song by Farai. “Theresa May, do you know how it feels to count days and hours until pay-day?”

Martha (Drama), R.: Christopher Haydon, 16:00 Min.
A teenager wakes to discover she’s the last person on Earth.

November 1st (Drama), R.: Charlie Manton, 24:42 Min.
Traveling to witness the execution of her son's murder, a mother is torn between retaliation and reconnecting with her estranged daughter.

Rice & Bread (Comedy), R.: Greta Griniute, 5:00 Min.
A night in a South London takeaway is enlightened by a contentious theory.

Sting Theory: Monday (Animation), R.: Dan Britt, 1:53 Min.
Sting hates autumn. And dying leaves remind him of his own death ... narrated by star comedian Katy Wix (“Torchwood”).

Little Monsters (Comedy), R.: Simon Harris, 5:00 Min.
Katie is scared of monsters, but her father (Dexter Fletcher, director of "Rocketman") is also plagued by nightmares.

End-O (Comedy/Drama), R.: Alice Seabright, 15:00 Min.
Jaq (Sophia Di Martino, “Yesterday”) is angry. But she also wants to have sex. Should be no problem, but her body is out to sabotage.

Wale (Drama), R.: Barnaby Blackburn, 20:00 Min.
Wale is trying to get his own business going, but one night can change everything.

Future Perfect (Comedy), R.: Sean Mckenna, 5:30 Min.
A sci-fi comedy, narrated by Julian Barratt (“The Mighty Boosh”).