TWELVE TALES TOLD, Dir. Johann Lurf
New Shorts

NEW SHORTS: International: Heaven, Purgatory & Hell

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16:30 Sat 7 Jan 2017

Picturehouse Central

Six worlds, six states of being, six films that explore personal and public realms that range from the hellish to the heavenly. Be it a prom night in rural Florida or a psychedelic world of evolving creatures, these unique visions tackle uncertainty and possibility through the lens of ecology, sexuality, and politics.

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  • TWELVE TALES TOLD

    Johann Lurf 4 mins (AT, 2016)

    Johann Lurf’s maximalist, 35mm barrage of Hollywood studio logos, transforms the iconic corporate prelude to the big production-to-come into a sustained, stuttering spectacle in which fractured and fantastical worlds collide into a bombastic anti-climax. Like a riff on Jack Goldstein’s looping Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1975, Twelve Tales Told has an aggressive musicality that resonates with our sonic memory, and rather ingeniously creates desire for the dominion that is Hollywood.
  • AMONG US

    Guido Hendrikx 24 mins (NL, 2016)

    Three self- conscious, high-educated pedophiles give an insight in their minds and thoughts. How do you cope with a sexual orientation that’s considered morbid?
  • LOVE

    Habib Habib 8 mins (US, 2015)

    Audrey’s mother wants her to move with her to Washington D.C. but her father wants her to stay. As a result, she’s forced to make a decision in the midst of their divorce.
  • IMAGO

    Raymund Ribay Gutierrez 15 mins (PH, 2016)

    On a humid night within the bustling slums of Metropolitan Manila, Inday, a 54-year-old single parent of a special child goes to her unusual work.
  • LIMBO

    Konstantina Kotzamani 30 mins (GR, 2016)

    The leopard shall lie down with the goat. The wolves shall live with the lambs. And the young boy will lead them. 12+1 kids and the carcass of a whale washed ashore…
  • THE SEND-OFF

    Ivete Lucas & Patrick Bresnan 13 mins (US, 2016)

    Emboldened by a giant block party on the evening of their high school prom, a group of students enter the night with the hope of transcending their rural town and the industrial landscape that surrounds them.