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Saturday, June 20 • 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Short Film Selection from Europe LIMITED

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The Cutting Room 13min From France
François Gauthier is hired by the great film director Angel Rizzoli to edit his upcoming film noir. He becomes completely obsessed with Isabel , the lead actress and star of the film and buries himself in this editorial madness, performing horrific acts in the name of his obsession.

Follies of Youth 8 Min from Ireland
An office worker blows off his female co-worker's invitation to lunch, but his arrogant attitude is tested when he runs into a group of kids in the park.

Shopping for One 11min from  Denmark
The young woman, Rebekka, has murdered her boyfreind and is now in a hardware store to buy supplies to get rid of the body. She is interrupted by the very forthcoming service imployee, Søren, who is clearly interested in Rebekka. At first Rebekka tries to get rid of Søren, trying to get as little attention as possible, but she soon realizes that she actually needs his expertise.

The Clowning 20m from Sweden 
A class in clown-technique goes awry.

The Experiment 5 Min from Italy
A young boy in a commercial centre is focusing intensely on an unknown subject. A bodyguard with old fashioned mentality who is getting bored and is waiting for the time to pass observes the boy, but only when several hours pass and the boy is in the same place staring at the same thing almost without breathing, the bodyguard's ego and curiosity pushes him to get bossy about it and try to find out what the boy is doing.

I know You 9min from Italy
This short film does not push the envelope of cult personality and distortion of media; neither does it break the bonds of false exaggeration. Rather it enfolds it. It's a game of confidence. What if you couldn't tell the difference between what was real and what was not? What if you could get away with something and everyone seemingly believed you?Sometimes it doesn't matter who you are, it's who they think you are.

Rohan 10min UK
Rohan, a south London haulage porter, struggles to confront his mother’s impending death risking the final precious moments he has left with her.

Horla 11min from France
In the end of the 19th century, an isolated aristocrat becomes convinced that the house and grounds are haunted.

Give Me Back My Shine 3 Min from UK
A man discovers that he has no money to pay for his shoe shine...

Scrabble 12 Min from Switzerland
“Scrabble” addresses the secret desire to break out of the routine of a loveless relationship and illuminates with irony the depths of humanity behind a traditional façade – using a simple board game.

The Man Who Fed His Shadow 18min from Greece
A man intrudes into rich people’s dinners claiming that he can collect the food from their table and feed his shadow, which, curiously enough, is a female figure.

Outlier 18min Germany
Successful novelist and misanthrope LILITH WINTERBOTTOM (80) and chatty, religious ODAMEE MARSHALL (64) couldn’t be more different – and yet, they are united by the same lethal diagnosis – and the same hospital room. What starts as a power struggle about the TV remote control ends up in a deeply touching and heart-warming story about finding new hope.

Saturday June 20, 2015 2:00pm - 4:00pm CDT
National Gallery Theater Esterly Tibbetts Hwy, Cayman Islands

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