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Saturday, July 4, 2020

Anthology of short films. Part 92.

Anthology of short films. Part 92.
 Fresh issue of Anthology of Short Films number ninety-two is ready for viewing. This time in the collection there are 7 mini-films including the old rare Iranian short film partially cartoon.
1. Nihče ni rekel, da te moram imeti rad. 2019. HD.
SI. Aleksander je karierno uspešen moški, ki se pripelje po enajstletnega sina Jana, da bi ga odpeljal v glasbeno šolo. Jan očeta ne čaka pred blokom, ampak v banji, kjer se tušira, umazan od nogometa. Aleksandru se zelo mudi, Jan pa niti slučajno noče iti v glasbeno.
EN. Aleksander, a man with a successful career, comes to pick up his 11-year-old son Jan to take him to a music lesson. Instead of waiting for him outside, Jan is still in the shower, grubby from playing soccer. Aleksander is in a hurry, and Jan won’t come to the lesson.
Director: Matjaž Jamnik.
Cast: Jernej Gašperin, Lea Mihevc, Tina Vrbnjak.
Language: Slovenian.
1920x1080 HD
2. Changing Rooms. 2005.
Eight-year old Ralph arrives at the pool expecting a regular swimming lesson. Instead, he is thrust into a chaotic world of gender identity.
Director: Tyson Koschik.
Cast: Trevor Toffan, Tyhr Trubiak.
Canada, 2005.
Language: English, Korean.
3. La Culpa / Guilt. 2018. HD.
Diego is humiliated and threatened by his father after telling him what happened.
Director: Moises Aisemberg.
Cast: Diego García Moreno, Patricio López de Rodas, Luis Alberti.
Mexico, 2018.
Language: Spanish.
Subtitles: English.
1440х1080 HD
4. I Remember Ashes. 2019. HD.
Set sometime in the late 1960s, “I Remember Ashes” is the story of a young brother named Oliver and his older sister Sally who spend their summer days at their special hangout spot in the hills of the Czech Republic. Their relationship and personal ideals are tested when the two of them are forced to remedy a morbid situation. The film acts as a distant memory, an upended fairytale exploring both children’s introduction to mortality.
“The surreal state of childhood perception is evoked in this beautifully captured 35mm portrait of a mischievous duo running amok in the Czech countryside.”
Director: Graham Phillips Turner.
Cast: Lucie Bohata, Gabriel Kibardin.
USA, 2019.
Language: Czech.
Subtitles: English.
1366x566 HD
5. Ik ben de enige / I am the only. 2014. HD.
The movie takes us through beautiful landscapes and oppressive spaces. A dream sequence that leads to liberation, on the border between imagination and reality. We travel with a boy who matures. He dreams, he dances and he is the only conductor.
Director: Barbara Makkinga.
Cast: Wolfgang van Oostrom, Golan Yosef, Lin He Rong.
Netherlands, 2014.
Language: None.
1280x720 HD
6. Forsvunden / Embrace Me. 2006.
Christine, breaks up with her boyfriend, Martin, before leaving for a school camp. While at camp, Christine seems to withdraw. Slowly, she slips further and further away from the others.
Director: Kaspar Munk.
Cast: Marie Tourell Søderberg, Stine Stengade, Frederik Paarup, Kirstine Rosenkrands Mikkelsen, Benjamin Boe Rasmussen.
Denmark, 2006.
Language: Danish.
7. Man ham mitounam / So I Can. 1975.
So Can I (Persian: منم می‌تونم‎, romanized: Manam mitunam) is a 1975 Iranian short film directed by Abbas Kiarostami.
Two boys watch a cartoon film about various kinds of animals and one of them claims repeatedly that he can do the same things he sees the animals doing. But then the sight of birds flying plunges him into confusion: the film ends with the shot of an aeroplane circling the skies overhead.
Director: Abbas Kiarostami.
Iran, 1975.
Language: Persian.
Subtitles: English.
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Anthology of short films. Part 92.
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Anthology of short films. Part 92.

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