Screened at the 2014 International Short Film Festival in Oberhausen, Germany, these works give insight into the current state of international artist films.
Directed by Lior Shamriz
Lost love and lost artistic collaboration meet for one night as she briefly visits the city where he still lives. 2014, DCP, 26 minutes.
Directed by Michael Klöfkorn
Deconstructed advertising posters in the form of thin paper strips are rapidly woven together in this mesmerizing animation that intersperses digital and analog imaging. 2014, DCP,
Directed by Josef Dabernig
Nature and technology intertwine in this black-and-white short set in northern Italy. 2013, DCP, 16 minutes.
Directed by Sandro Aguilar
The hidden memories and lost treasures of our primeval inhabitants are revealed within the confines of a man-made environment. 2014, DCP, 21 minutes.
Directed by Federico Adorno
Instigated by a massacre amidst a land-rights conflict in Paraguay, this haunting winner of the Grand Prize at Oberhausen voices the struggle for essential freedoms. 2014, DCP, 14 minutes.