Miraculous filmmaker, performance artist and writer Miranda July is kind of like an impersonated Swiss-army knife and we love her for that. Now, the pretty talent will release her new film titled ‚The Future’ at the Sundance Film Festival 2011 in Utah, which takes place from January 20 – 30.
Everybody that has seen her previous work, such as the fantastic film ‘You and Me and Everyone We Know‘, knows to expect something great. This is exactly why the fact that there has yet to be a trailer hardly matters. Right now you can only read this synopsis: “When a couple decides to adopt a stray cat their perspective on life changes radically, literally altering the course of time and space and testing their faith in each other and themselves.”
If you are lucky enough to be in the area we highly recommend you make it to one of following the screenings.
Friday, Jan 21, 6:15 pm, Eccles?
Saturday, Jan 22, 8:30 am, Library
Friday, Jan 28, 9:15 am, Eccles
Clap your hands and say yeah, because from Friday the 14th to Monday the 17th, the British Short Film Festival opens in Berlin with a variety of amazing short films, concerts, parties, workshops, exhibitions, open screenings, panels and much more.
Judging by the submissions we’ve read about so far visitors and film-addicts can look forward to a flood of first-class shorts from a variety of genres such as comedy, drama, documentary, animation, thriller, experimental, music and Horror. Here is a very exciting preview of some of the films that will be shown at the festival:
Paris/Sexy by Ruth Paxton (Thriller), 24 min Thriller about a woman, keeping a dark secret in her house. But everything changes when a young couple visits her. With Elisa Sakowski (Eastern Promises and Shane Meadow’s Somers Town), Martin Compston (Ken Loach’s Sweet Sixteen) and the famous burlesque performer Missy Malone from Scotland.
Laika by Avgousta Zourelidi (Animation), 8:39 min Funny animated adventure about the dog Laika who went to space with the „Sputnik 2“ mission. The Sputnik Kino will be the best place to show it!
Reign of Death by Matthew Savage (Thriller), 6 min Dark mixture of elements from Film Noir and Science Fiction. A detective tries to fight a killer robot. With Noel Clarke (Dr. Who)
Scent by Emily Bignell (Drama), 16:23 min An old man keeps the death of his wife a secret. He doesn’t tell anybody, he still washes her, feeds her, brings her to bed … But it gets more and more difficult to hide the truth. A very intense drama about love and loss.
Check out the complete programme here.
Tickets Screenings & Concerts: 5 Euro / for students & jobless 3 Euro
Festival Ticket for all Sputnik Screenings & Concerts: 25 Euro / 20 Euro
(Advance booking: Pay 20 Euro / 15 Euro until January 10th at Sputnik Kino)
Schaubühne am Lehniner Platz (Studio)
Kurfürstendamm 153, 10709 Berlin-Charlottenburg
Tickets Screening incl. Concert: 5 Euro / 3 Euro