The very short movies Festival on June 17th at cinema Sõprus

Cinema Sõprus

June 17, 2017

Tallinn

How many movies can you watch in one day? Find out at the Very Short Movies Festival (Eriti lühikeste filmide festival) in Tallinn!

The Very Short Movies Festival on June 17th is an Estonian branch event of the Très Court International Film Festival (France). Très Court is an event without borders, with screenings during 10 days simultaneously in nearly one hundred cities in France and 30 other countries. All movies are less than 4 minutes long. The Tallinn held event is a one day festival with about 140 short films under 7 different programs. Viewers can participate in helping a jury select the best movie of the film festival program which will receive a Grand Prize.

Festival program :

11 am Festival opening screening : Differences, / 50 min / 
A program for those who stand out. We are all unique, yet some are more than others.

Register for a free entry at https://elff.eventbrite.co.uk

12:15 pm and 13:30 pm Competition Programs I and II / 50 min, 60 min /
These are the main film programs of the International Très Courts Film Festival with 36 movies, all less than 4 minutes long, giving an overview of the best of short films worldwide.

NB! Viewers can vote for their favorite films and win two passes for the Intsikurmu Music Festival!  
See : http://intsikurmu.com/

14:45 pm As a Family / 60 min /
Very short movies from children aged 7 to 107!

16:00 pm Women's World / 60 min /
An international collection of women's ideologies and experiences around the world.

17.15 pm Animated / 55 min / 
Animation art, computer-generated fantasies, stopmotion and the best modern technologies in visual art rendering.

18.30. INTSIKURMU presents: Dancing Music / 60 min /
Music, videos and dance, new experiments with bodies, sounds and pictures.

19.45 End Program: Trash and Glamor / 50 min / 
For fans of dark humour - films that shouldn't have been made, or still? 
NB! Not suitable for children under 16 and those of faint hearts!!!

All movies are shown in original language with English subtitles!

 

More info on the event's Facebook page.

Estonian festival organisers ShortEst Estonian Short Film CenterIntsikurmu Music Festival and Kino Sõprus.

Très Court International Short Film Festival is brought worldwide with the support of the French Institute

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