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October 28 @ 4:00 pm - October 29 @ 11:30 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.
Saturday 16:00 to 17:30
Saturday 18:00 to 19:30
Sunday 10:00 to 11:30
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Title: A new home (14:00)
Director: Žiga Virc
What is the biggest danger Europe faces: the crisis on its borders, or its own paranoia and fear? Our protagonist drives to work, she passes the refugee tent city in the park. She means them no harm; they mean her no harm. So why, when their paths intersect, do things go catastrophically wrong?
Title: Break-in (18:16)
Director: Andrias Høgenni
In a desperate attempt to avoid arrest, burglars Gitte and Frank risk committing an even more horrible crime. They thought they were doing a simple breaking-and-entering; instead they’re facing life and death on a winter night.
Title: Warszawa (23:26)
Director: Albert Morel
Josefine feels stuck in life. One night at an underground event I Copenhagen, she meets the mysterious Emma, who invites her to move with her to Warsaw the very next day. Josefine kindly rejects the offer, but she can’t seem to get her mind off Emma and the thought of moving to Poland.
It it’s only the beginning of a night where Josefine explores deeper layers of her existence. She needs to make a decision about her future, but does she have the courage to follow new paths in life?
Title: The boy in the ocean (14:41)
Director: Friedrich Tiedtke
The 12 years old Mathias discovers his sexuality on a sailing boat. Surrounded by water, trapped on a boat with his parents, who still treat him like a child, his desire is to have new experiences with a girl on land.
Title: Import (16:55)
Director: Ena Sendijarević
Country: the Netherlands
A young Bosnian refugee family ends up in a small village in the Netherlands after getting a residence permit in 1994. Absurd situations arise as they are trying to make this new world their home.
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