YARAT announces opening of 11th autumn session of largest short film festival FUTURE SHORTS
Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov. 25
Trend Life: YARAT has announced the opening of the 11th autumn session of world's largest short film festival, FUTURE SHORTS.
Baku screenings will be held with the support of 28 Cinema on November 25-30 and December 1, at 19:30 (local time). The tickets can be purchased at the spot in 28 Cinema.
Currently, the festival audience lives in 90 countries and 325 cities worldwide, in six continents.
During the 10 years of its existence, the festival organizers managed to create the largest network of professionals, amateurs and enthusiasts of film, which covers the area from Finland to Mexico, including Mongolia and Kazakhstan.
About 40,000 short film fans participate in the shows every year. However, the plans of the organizers go far beyond.
The autumn program of the festival includes "Amar" (directed by Andrew Hinton, India 2011, documentary), "Color Film" (directed by Meghan o'Hara, USA 2008, documentary), "Silent River" (directed by Anca Miruna Lazarescu, Germany-Romania, 2011, fiction), which received 70 international awards, premiums of European Film Festival in Lille and Grand Prix of Brussels short Film Festival.
The program also includes "Whateverest" (directed by Kristoffer Borgli, Norway - Denmark. 2012, documentary), "A Distracao de Ivan" (directed by Cavi Borges, Gustavo Melo, Brazil, 2009, drama), "Bonfeather" (directed by Nathan Gillis, Callum Patterson, Canada in 2009, animation) and the film-winner of BAFTA premium, "Voyage d'Affaires " (directed by Sean Ellis, France, 2008, comedy).