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Poster by Stasys Eidrigevičius for International Short Film Festival

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Choosing a short film is a bit like matching wine & food: if well paired to the mood, can save your day (or dinner). That’s exactly what happened to me when I bumped into The Cub, a Sundance-selected #ShortFilm by Riley Stearns

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(Interview to a three-year-older, excerpt from the film) - Who are you? - I don’t know

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6th Psarokokalo Athens International Short Film Festival

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“Tea! Now! Go to the kettle and make me a cup of fucking tea!” Steve (2010, 16 min.), dir. Rupert Friend. A screenshot from the film.

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When Stripes Collide – Lily Silverton for Patternity SEEING PATTERN EVERYWHERE - ‘A shared awareness of pattern can positively engage us with our environment and each other’

The Last Performance, dir. Resa Moayedi (Iran): Tic toc, tic toc, tic toc - shock. Makes every second count and leads you to a superb ending.

Migration, dir. Andrey Levkovitch (Belarus): Sound, colour, choreography. Add to this the geopolitical context, and you get what the Ukrainian acoustic band 5’nizza once called трудно понять легко догадаться, “hard to understand, easy to guess”.

"What makes a great one-minute film? The best one-minute films resonate beyond one minute and affect audiences the same way any great film does. The challenge, of course, is to do it all in 60 seconds – no more, no less."