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Best Short Film – Shorts Package

Best Short Film – Shorts Package
6 February, 2019 Buff

Screening is shown the following dates :

- 26/03/2019 - 09:30 - 11:10 - Auditorium: 3 - Panora


Norway 2019. Director: Atle Blakseth, Einar Rafoss Dunsæd. Language: Norwegian. Subtitle: English. Recommended for age: From age 7.

Tommy lies in his bed, unable to sleep. He drifts away in dreams about his father, fantasising about a dad who is everything and then some. He imagines all the fun things they could do together and wonders what is dad is up to right now. Perhaps he’s battling lions in the dark jungle?

Mahalia Melts in the Rain

Canada 2018. Director: Emilie Mannering. Language: French,. Subtitle: English. Recommended for age: From age 10.

9 year old Mahalia feels different to all the other girls in her ballet class because her hair and the colour of her skin are different from all the others. In an attempt to boost her daughter’s self-confidence, her mum has Mahalia’s hair fixed before a photo shoot. A film about everyday racism.

My Time

UK 2018. Director: Giulia Gandini. Language: English. Recommended for age: From age 11.

Five minutes before 12-year-old Eva is to give her presentation in front of class, she notices a spot of blood on her skirt. The clock is ticking and the time to present getting nearer. Where is help when you need it?


UK 2018. Director: Annabel Vine. Language: English. Recommended for age: From age 12.

A boy with spelling difficulties struggles with his self-confidence. In his grandad’s workshop, he learns to carve wooden spoons. On the way home, he runs into older kids, who tease him for hanging out with his grandad, something from which everyone learns a lesson later on.


Germany, Iran 2019. Director: Afsun M. Nezhad. Language: Persian. Subtitle: English. Recommended for age: From age 13.

When Parvaneh shaves away the hair on her upper lip and between her eyebrows, her parents are livid. A film about beauty ideals and norms, but most of all about young women’s limited rights to decide over their own bodies. The boy next door thinks Parvaneh is fine just as she is, but stands by her side when she risks punishment.

Big Wolf & Little Wolf

France, Belgium 2018. Director: Rémi Durin. Language: French. Subtitle: English. Recommended for age: From age 7.

At the top of a small hill, under a tree, lives Big Wolf, alone. This is the way he likes it, and he would rather not be disturbed by anyone. One day, Little Wolf turns up, and wants to hang out with him, but Big Wolf wants him to disappear and find a tree of his own. When Little does disappear, Big Wolf discovers for the first time what it’s like to miss someone.

The School Trip

Italy 2018. Director: Salvatore Allocca. Language: Italian. Subtitle: English. Recommended for age: From age 13.

Megalie was born in Italy, and sick of hearing that she speaks good Italian. She’s lived there all her life! But her family is from Senegal, and she’s unable to take part in the school trip to Paris because her residence permit hasn’t yet been renewed. As if that wasn’t enough, she’s in love with Marco, who she helps with maths. Here, the film’s music adds feeling and perhaps bodes a happy ending?


Sweden 2019. Director: Sophie Vukovic. Language: Swedish, Kurdish. Subtitle: English . Recommended for age: From age 12.

Jamila is 13 years old and lives a normal teenage life in Sweden which she doesn’t want to end. Then she sees the envelope. Jamila’s family have had their asylum request rejected. Towing her little sister behind her and pretending that nothing has happened, Jamila goes to school and meets up her friends. While practicing for their dance exam in the playground, she suddenly sees them: the police.

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