12th LICHTSPIELKLUB SHORT FILM FESTIVAL

12th LICHTSPIELKLUB
SHORT FILM FESTIVAL
17th–23rd Jan 2019
Sputnik Kino, Acudkino,
City Kino Wedding
HAU Hebbel am Ufer &
Kino Zukunft



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Film still: Call Me Alvy


Sat 19.01. 19:00 / Acudkino


Festival-Screening

Drama / Animation / Comedy / Documentary / Experimental


The Arrival (Drama), R.: Annetta Laufer, 17:33 Min.
A young Jamaican woman, arrives to England in 1962, to start a new life with her husband. But she’s holding a secret.

Hedgehog (Animation), R.: Edward Bulmer, 11:10 Min.
Gareth has a debilitating sense of self-doubt - which manifests in the form of a hedgehog.

Call Me Alvy (Comedy), R.: Alexei Slater, 10:20 Min.
When Bar Mitzvah boy Brian Silver becomes obsessed with Woody Allen, his mother Judith goes to great lengths to make sure the big day goes smoothly.

Nowhere Yet (Coming of Age/Drama), R.: Gabriel Bagnaschi, 10:00 Min.
T.T. and his Breakdance crew try to keep his best friend away from a street gang.

Kara (Drama), R.: Deepa Keshvala, 13:48 Min.
A young art student goes on a journey to find her estranged alcoholic father.

Lasting Marks (Documentary/Experimental), R.: Charlie Lyne, 14:00 Min.
The story of sixteen men put on trial for sadomasochism in the dying days of Thatcher's Britain.

The Sycamore Gap (Drama), R.: Lucy Rose Wilson-Green, 8:55 Min.
1841, Blackwood House. Clara's husband discovers her affair with her maid Mina. Drama surrounding issues of race, sexuality and women's gender politics.

Pull (Comedy), R.: Ben Mallaby, 13:20 Min.
A casual acquaintance in a group taxi turns into a one-night stand, but nothing more.