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Show Me Shorts - Tangled Worlds

Where: Stewart Island Bunkhouse Theatre, 10 Main Road, Half-Moon Bay, Stewart Island, Southland

Restrictions: M

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  • General Admission: $15.00
  • Seniors / Students / Film Industry Guilds: $13.00
  • Children: $10.00
  • 027 867 9381
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We all exist in our own universe, but sometimes we are thrust into the worlds of others. We can become tangled in the lives and moralities of the people we meet along our path. The short films collected here take our characters into unexpected situations where they don’t know what to expect, what is real, or where home is any more.

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The films are:

- Figurant
Drama, 14 mins, Czech Republic/France
Dir/Writ: Jan Vejnar
A dishevelled man follows a group of workers looking for day-work in an industrial area. Soon, he’s stripped of his clothes and identity, dressed in a military uniform and armed. His determination not to fall behind the others is tested by a series of increasingly unsettling events.

- Nimic
Drama, 12 mins, United States
Dir/Writ: Yorgos Lanthimos
A professional cellist has an encounter with a stranger on the subway that has unexpected, far-reaching ramifications for his life.

- Fame (Hunger)
Art, 12 mins, Italy
Dir/Writ/Prod: Giuseppe Alessio Nuzzo
On the waterfront and in the ancient centre of Naples, there is a crossroads of culture and colour. Here many social and economic groups collide in hope and despair, and a child's eyes are witnesses to her father's fate.

- Career by Wax Chattels
Music video, 4 mins, New Zealand
Dir/Writ: Dylan Pharazyn
In this vivid music video, a sound recordist ventures into a haunted swamp to make field recordings, disturbing dark forces in her wake.

- Tangle
Animation, 8 mins, Iran, Islamic Republic
Dir/Writ: Maliheh Gholamzadeh
This moving animation visually illustrates the way people who have left their homes and loved ones behind, through war and displacement, carry with them a quilt stitched of threads connecting them to their past.

- Bambirak
Drama, 14 mins, Germany
Dir/Writ: Zamarin Wahdat
A young girl is hiding in her father's truck. When he discovers her, he is forced to continue his workday with her along for the ride. This touching story of father–daughter bonding explores the plight of Afghani migrants who have settled in Germany, where they face mistrust and integration difficulties.

- Trumpet
Comedy, 17 mins, Switzerland
Dir/Writ: Kevin Haefelin
A Japanese trumpet player on a cultural pilgrimage to discover New York City jazz experiences a hell of a night after getting lost in Brooklyn.

Total length: 82 minutes
Rating: M Violence

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