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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Sun 19.01. 16:00 / City Kino Wedding


British Shorts Homage Screenings & Talk: Kate Dickie

Short film screenings and talk with Kate Dickie and Phil Collins

The exceptional Scottish actress Kate Dickie (double BAFTA Scotland winner) has a preference for extraordinary roles spanning theatre, film and, television. Whether it is the arthouse cinema like “Red Road”, cult TV (“Game of Thrones”), experimental documentary (“Tomorrow Is Always Too Long”), horror or block- buster cinema: Her character portrayals are always memorable and beautifully crafted. Dickie was and remains a keen supporter of the short film format. Our homage screening combines selected and award-winning short films from the past decade.


British By The Grace Of God (Drama), R.: Sean Robert Dunn, 15:51 Min.
Scotland during the summer of the Brexit referendum: Irene struggles to find her place in the world and in her family.

Wild Flower (Drama), R.: Claire Heather Molloy, 15:00 Min.
Two sons are taken to explore a dark but beautiful place in their mother's past on the promise of adventure.

Natalie (Drama), R.: Mikey Murray, 15:00 Min.
An estranged woman (Katie Dickie, "Game of Thrones") travels home to her fathers funeral in order to get closure with her prejudiced family.

The Gift (Drama), R.: Andrew Griffin, 15:00 Min.
A childless couple live out a quiet, isolated existence until a mysterious gift leads to tragic consequences.

Operator (Drama), R.: Caroline Bartleet, 6:00 Min.
An Emergency Services Operator in a Fire Control Room picks up a call from a desperate young mother.