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WUFF Night 3

When:

Sat 28 May 2016, 6:00pm–8:20pm

Where: Nga Taonga Sound & Vision, 84 Taranaki St, Te Aro, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General admission: $10.25 ($10.00 + $0.25 fees)
  • Concession: $8.20 ($8.00 + $0.20 fees)
  • Eventfinda tickets no longer on sale

WUFF identifies and encourages contemporary filmmakers who have an original, radically personal approach and are producing work outside mainstream film production and distribution.

This year's WUFF selection will screen over three nights, May 26–28. The programme for night three follows. See full film and filmmaker details at https://wuff.org.nz/wuff-2016/

Night 3 Programme
"Gross Text" (Leonid Kalyadin, Russia, 2015, 3:10)
I cooked my brain on an iron rod…

"Minore" (Yiorgos Nalpantidis, Greece, 2014, 5:14)
Not of a vivid recollection or a distant age, but of a missing connection; a forgotten relation to the world.

"Te Beero" (Tom O'Halloran, NZ, 2016, 8:46)
The bells of change are ringing for Kiribati, climate change is happening and the people are powerless to stop it.

"The Road to Middle England" (John O’Hare and Tom Phipps, UK, 2015, 4:15)
A parody of the English obsession with social mobility.

"Change Isn't Always Easy" (Cait Davi, USA, 2015, 0:40)
A dystopian Adam and Eve. Conversely, the goal of humanity.

"XO" (Brian Ratigan, USA, 2015, 3:30)
Fearing her own memories, a girl begins the cerebral journey of longing for escape before completely fading away.

"L. O. Q. Shun" (Dan Inglis, NZ, 2015, 4:00)
An experimental digital collage film exploring ideas of communication and comprehension.

"The Shadow of Your Smile" (Alexei Dmitriev, Russia, 2014, 3:05)
The shadow of your smile, when you are gone. A teardrop kissed your lips and so did I.

"Nature Advances Through The Suburbs - The Geese" (Zach Webber, NZ, 2016, 3:44)
An idiosyncratic, slightly pretentious, and deluded but well-meaning narrator and his best friend, Dennis struggle through various social situations.

"With Eyes Open" (Melissa Bruno, USA, 2016, 3:25)
An intimate encounter from a first-person, feminine perspective.

"Over & Over" (Michael Fleming, Netherlands, 2015, 8:17)
An examination of the depiction of fear and revenge seen in commercial cinema.

"Abandoned Theme Park" (Dan Harris, NZ, 2016, 4:02)
A short animated documentary about Abandoned Theme Parks and the thrills they provide even after the rides have stopped.

"Electronically Reprocessed" (Cody Schmitt, USA, 2015, 3:49)
The darker side of seemingly harmless album covers.

"Guide To Fetal Development" (Scott Willis, UK, 2014, 1:00)
The influence of social media on the fetal development process.

"Very Long Play Vinyl" (Vladimir Morozov, Russia, 2015, 10:57)
A person’s life is accompanied by subtle melodies coming from unknown places.

"They Call Us the Enemy" (Pim Zwier, Netherlands, 2015, 11:00)
Shining boots and buttons, epaulettes on shoulders, medals pinned to the chest, a confident look in the eyes…

"Scherzo" (Fabio Scacchioli and Vincenzo Core, Italy, 2015, 5:16)
O, wonder! How many goodly creatures are there here!

"Then Then Then" (Daniel Schioler, Canada, 2015, 29:47)
A stark glimpse into the moral struggles of a generation coming to terms with its own inability to affect social change.

"No Body" (Duncan Poulton, UK, 2015, 10:00)
A creation myth for the digital age.

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