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Picture: Phil Collins
11th British Shorts Film Festival – Film still "Delete Beach" by Phil Collins
Picture: Phil Collins
Picture: Filmstill "Diagnosis", Eva Riley
11. British Shorts Filmfestival – Filmstill "Diagnosis" by Eva Riley
Picture: Filmstill "Diagnosis", Eva Riley
Picture: Filmstill "La Madre Buana", Sarah Clift
11. British Shorts Filmfestival – Filmstill "La Madre Buana" by Sarah Clift
Picture: Filmstill "La Madre Buana", Sarah Clift
Picture: Filmstill "Men Talk About Mother" von Bunny Schendler
11. British Shorts Filmfestival – Filmstill "Men Talk About Mother" by Bunny Schendler
Picture: Filmstill "Men Talk About Mother" von Bunny Schendler
Picture: Filmstill "Unseen", Katie Mitchell
11. British Shorts Filmfestival – Filmstill "Unseen" by Katie Mitchell
Picture: Filmstill "Unseen", Katie Mitchell
Picture: Filmstill "The Silent Man" von Charlotte Colbert
11. British Shorts Filmfestival – Film still "The Silent Man" by Charlotte Colbert
Picture: Filmstill "The Silent Man" von Charlotte Colbert
Picture: Filmstill "Fish Story" von Charlie Lyne
11. British Shorts Filmfestival – Filmstill "Fish Story" by Charlie Lyne
Picture: Filmstill "Fish Story" von Charlie Lyne
Picture: White Wine
11. British Shorts Filmfestival – Concert: White Wine
Picture: White Wine
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British Shorts Film Festival

Festival opening, film screenings and concert by White Wine

200 films, seven days, five venues – now in its 11th year, British Shorts once again brings international prize-winning short films to Berlin’s screens, including numerous world and German premieres. All kinds of films are represented, from drama, comedy, documentary, experimental film, music video, thriller to horror. As part of the festival opening at HAU Hebbel am Ufer, the films nominated for the jury prize will be introduced and an exciting programme with works from all genres will be presented. The Screening features the animation “Delete Beach” by Phil Collins (a cooperation with Mica Levi and Studio4°C), the short film debut “Unseen” by theatre director Katie Mitchell, the comedy “The Silent Man” starring top comedian Simon Amstell and the entertaining doc “Fish Story” by The Guardian film critic Charlie Lyne – just to name a few.

The line-up:
Delete Beach (Animation), Dir: Phil Collins, 7:00
Diagnosis (Drama), Dir: Eva Riley, 18:00
La Madre Buena (Comedy), Dir: Sarah Clift, 6:00
Men Talk About Mother (Animation/Documentary), Dir: Bunny Schendler, 8:00
Unseen (Drama), Dir: Katie Mitchell, 18:22
The Silent Man (Comedy), Dir: Charlotte Colbert,15:00
Fish Story (Documentary), Dir: Charlie Lyne, 13:00
Trailer: "La Madre Buena", Sarah Clift
Following the screening the band White Wine (Portland/Leipzig) will present their album “Killer Brilliance,” which was released this autumn. Its sound is located somewhere between “Nerdrock” and chamber pop – a work with the “potential to become a classic” (Intro). In addition DJ Betti Bo Bikepunk will play rock’n’roll, garage and soul in WAU, and you can watch experimental films by Ruaidhri Ryan in the entry lounge.

The entire festival programme, with all the screenings, concerts, parties, a free film workshop including a 48-hour film project, an exhibition, an open screening, talks and much more at Sputnik Kino, Acudkino, City Kino Wedding and Kino Zukunft will be published online at the end of December.
White Wine - Where Is My Line
Current Performances
Thu 11.01.2018, 20:00 / HAU2
English
Tickets (Screening + Concert): 9 €
Tickets only Concert: 6 € (depending on availability at box office after 22:00)

Screening approx. 90 Min.
Concert approx. 60 Min.
In cooperation with HAU Hebbel am Ufer.