The International Short Film Festival Oberhausen
Oct 21, 2012 Sunday 19:00
1F, Associate Mission Building (Shanghai 169 Yuanmingyuan Road)
Lars Henrik Gass,Zhou Fei
In short film, anything is possible:f ormally, content-wise, oraesthetically. Hard to pin down, extremely open–and for that reason endlessly fascinating–short film remains an inexhaustible reservoir from which cinema, television, Internet and even the museum cull new visual languages. The International Short Film Festival Oberhausen is one of the major international cross roads for the short form, unique in the range of forms and genres it presents to the public, and particularly well known for its spot light on experiments.
Admission Free. Reservation is required.
Josephine Ahnelt_Austria 2011_b/w_silent_2'30''
Parkour is a sport in which the traceur/traceuse takes the fastest and most efficient way from A to a chosen B, overcoming any obstacles on the course. Tic Tac means: Pushing yourself off from an object to overcome an unstable or smaller one.
Jalan Jati (Teak Road)
Lucy Davis_Singapore 2012_color_english+mal OV english ST_23'
Partmagic, partscience, parteco-historical investigation, this animated film traces real and imagined journeys of a teak bed found in Singapore across SEAsia to the original tree, using DNA. A film about the memories of wood, trees and people.
Documentary III: Slot Machine
Wu Chang-Jung_Taiwan 2010_color_notext_3'... Read More
Free admission, No need for reservation.