International Changing Short Film Festival will present a special selected programme of short films in Copenhagen in collaboration with City Link Festival and Givrum.nu
Venue kindly provided by Videomøllen
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Istanbul based International Changing Perspectives Short Film Festivalpresents a special selected programme of short films in Copenhagen! In collaboration with City Link Festival and Givrum.nu.
Lean back in the festival chairs provided for the event, indulge in hot popcorn, and enjoy a special selection of short movies from various countries under open air.
The International Changing Perspectives Short Film Festival is an international festival held in different countries throughout 2015, dealing with the topic of identity and cultural exchange. The festival had a three-day programme in Istanbul, from which a selected programme has been screened in Berlin, and now Copenhagen has the honor to host an evening of short film screenings.
It will take place on a (hopefully!) beautiful late summer night at the corner of Skt. Hans Gade and Ravnsborggade, where Videomøllen has an open air cinema and exhibition space.
“Aissa”, Clément Tréhin-Lalanne, France, 2014, 8′
“Blue Eyed Boy/ Mavi Gözlü Çocuk”, Masoud Soheili, Iran, 2014, 18′
“Edifice” Irmak Karasu, Turkey, 2014, 12′
“God by the Neck/ Kravat”, José Trigueiros, Catalunya, 2013, 16′
“Listen/ Dinle”, Hamy Ramezan/Rungano Nyoni, Denmark/Finland, 2014, 12′
“Load/ Yük”, Niv Shpigel, Israel , 2014, 9′
“Room in Lisbon/ Lizbon’da bir Oda”, Francisco Carvalho, Portugal, 2015, 16′
“Strings/ İpler”, Pedro Solis Garcia, Spain, 2014, 11′
“To Be A Poet/ Şair Olmak”, Michael Johnston, Australia, 2014, 3
More info: https://icpsff.com/films/
The Changing Perspectives Festival is initiated and organised byKatadrom, an Istanbul based Arts, Culture and Social Politics Association, which will be collaboration partners for the City Link Festival in Istanbul 2016.
This event is realised in collaboration with: City Link Festival and GivRum. Venue kindly provided by Videomøllen.
All films are in their original versions with English subtitles.
Admission is free of charge