Happenings and Le Cool in association with Future Shorts presents: The Future Shorts Festival Autumn Season 2013.
Another wonderful screening in the stunning surroundings of the central chamber of Freemason's Hall. €10 (+ booking fee). Whiskeys on the house from the wonderful local Teeling Whiskey Company - Lovely Lovely!
This season we have 7 colourful films from around the world for you.
From India comes Andrew Hinton's documentary Amar (2011), which follows a 14-year old boy through his daily life. American director Meghan O'Hara presents us with a lush meditation on the centrality of color in our everyday experience in her documentary Color Film (2008), while the German / Romanian production Silent River (2011) by Anca Miruna Lăzărescu takes you back to 1986's Romania when Gregor and Vali try to get away.
Norwegian director Kristoffer Borgli shares with us the story of "Inspector Norse" in his documentary Whateverest (2012), a failed musician who produces dance videos and drug recipes for YouTube. The Brazilian short A DISTRAÇÃO DE IVAN (2009) tells the story about Ivan, an eleven-year-old boy, who lives with his grandmother in the suburbs of Rio de Janeiro, directed by Cavi Borges & Gustavo Melo.
The animation Bonefeather(2009) by Nathan Gilliss & Callum Paterson offers us an insight into the mating behaviour of Canadian birds and from France director Sean Ellis sends us his comedy Voyage d'affaires(2008), where we follow Jean Paul Clement on his business trip and learn he has one saved message on his mobile phone and a personal dilemma.
Future Shorts Festival continues to be the world’s largest and boldest pop-up film festival. Anyone anywhere can set up a screening and become part of this global community of film lovers, explorers and adventurers.
And for more info about Future Shorts: http://www.futureshorts.com/