16th LICHTSPIELKLUB SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

16th LICHTSPIELKLUB
SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
19th–25th January 2023
Sputnik Kino,
City Kino Wedding,
Acudkino & Kino Intimes



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Film still: The Ballad of Olive Morris (Dir: Alex Kayode-Kay)


Thu 19.01. 20:00 / City Kino Wedding


Opening Short Film Screenings & Live Music & DJ Set

Drama / Comedy / Animation

Live: Das Friedel, DJ-Set: Betti Bo Bikepunk


The Ballad Of Olive Morris (Drama), R.: Alex Kayode-Kay, 10:29 Min.
Brixton 1969. 17-year-old Olive Morris gets violently caught up in an incident of police brutality.

The Cope (Drama), R.: Jamie Delaney, 17:00 Min.
Sadhbh (Lauryn Canny, "Normal People") lives in a small Irish fishing town and has one dream: escape and dance for a living.

Pram Snatcher (Drama/ Dark Comedy), R.: Theo James Krekis, 12:00 Min.
Two vagrant criminals head to a remote service station off the A90 for one last job. With Michael Socha ("This is England '90").

Do Not Feed The Pigeons (Animation), R.: Antonin Niclass, 8:40 Min.
Lonely travellers are waiting for the last coach at the station.

Warm (Drama), R.: Alfie Barker, 12:28 Min.
Restricted by the world outside, Malaika and her two children seek temporary shelter in a swimming pool, finding their own freedom in the after-hours.

Drop Out (Drama/ Comedy), R.: Ade Femzo, 6:56 Min.
Tobi, an aspiring musician, faces his greatest battle ever. Telling his beloved mother he needs to drop out of university.

Three Meetings Of The Extraordinary Committee (Comedy), R.: Jones, 18:00 Min.
When the citizens of the small farming village of Dobre vote for a mythical creature, democracy comes face to face with reality.

A Fox in the Night (Drama), R.: Keeran Anwar Blessie, 11:20 Min.
Excited for a night out on the town, Lewis is suddenly uncomfortable when a friend asks him to pick up something from his dealer.

» The complete programme with all films and events as a PDF (1.2MB)