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Future Shorts Greece

The summer screening for Future Shorts in Greece will take place on Friday 22 June, 11:45pm, at the open air cinema Cine Psirri. The ticket costs  €7.50 for the screening, while there will also be an after-party, on the premises of the cinema by Yes It Does!! Sure It Does!!, the entry for which will be free.

(Update: The screening time changed from 11pm to 11:45pm due to a previous screening of the football match between Greece-Germany)

The short films which will be screened are the following:

A Morning Stroll (2012) – Grant Orchard, UK, 7 min

Guest (2011) – Ga Eun-Yoon, South Korea, 20 min

Notes on Biology (2011) – Will Madden, USA, 6 min

We’ll Become Oil (2011) – Mihai Grecu, Romania, 6 min

Street Vendor Cinema (2011) aka Cine Camelô – Clarissa Knoll, Brazil, 15 min

Fireworks (2011) – Victor Hugo Duran, United States – 11 min

TUMULT (2011) -John Barrington, UK, 13 min

For more information you can visit the Facebook event pages for the screening and the after-party.

αθηνόραμα magazine has been a warm supporter of Future Shorts Greece, and is providing entry to 20 people (plus date) for the screening.

You can watch the trailer for the screening:

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