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October 27 @ 6:00 pm - October 29 @ 3:30 pm
The Super8000 Film Festival offers you an exclusive chance to see 39 films by young, European filmmakers from 18 different countries. The films have been chosen by a jury, on the basis of their level of uniqueness, curiosity and innovation. Three films have extraordinarily been chosen to receive this year’s The Rethink Award, as they in particular are examples of films that have found their unique artistic language. The three award winners will be announced at the Super8000 Film Festival.
Friday 18:00 to 19:30
Saturday 20:00 to 21:30
Sunday 14:00 to 15:30
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Title: An Angry Man (19:59)
Director: Jannik Dahl Pedersen
Synopsis: A self-help tape leads the spineless Lars out on a road trip with his father. Their relationship has always been strained, and it does not get better as they are confronted with both strong women, a self-proclaimed guru and their repressed past along the way. The tape leads Lars astray, but how does one take the wheel on life’s inscrutable roads when you’re usually the one being run over?
Title: Wolf (17:00)
Director: Magdalena Staneva
Synopsis: Elin works as a social worker at a drug rehab clinic in Southern Sweden. Her day is already taking a bad turn, when someone from her past reappears in her life. As it becomes more and more difficult to distinguish memories from reality, she needs to find a way and save her life in the present.
Title: Drifting Away (14:27)
Director: Cyprien Clement-DelmasCountry: Spain
Synopsis: Paul dreams to go sailing with his father one day. But his father tumbles into a depression and literally dissolves right before his eyes. The film is pervaded with a sense of melancholy, but also hope, as the son helps his father along the elder’s journey, thus pulling the entire family out of its lethargy.
Title: Grand Tour (10:16)
Director: Floor Houwink ten Cate
Synopsis: Grand Tour is the portrait of a 16-year old girl who travels to an island for a nocturnal meeting with the first love of her life. Even though she feels herself seen by him and fantasizes about a future together, the morning shows the naked reality of their love and her true maturity is revealed.
Title: After the Reunion (13:42)
Director: Kirsikka Saari
Synopsis: 50-year-old Saila wakes up next to her old classmate Esa the morning after their class reunion. To her surprise Esa recalls things about her she has herself already forgotten.
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