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This year’s European Shorts section is a tight selection of no more than a dozen films, favouring bold, fresh voices over films that follow the beaten paths of formula-based cinema.

Photo: Still from the film QUALITY TIME
Credits: Robbie van Brussel Pupkin

 

Twelve films from seven European countries are competing – alongside the regional Competition Programme – Short Film – to be awarded a European Film Academy nomination.

European Shorts selection: 

1000 SMILES PER HOUR
Germany, 2016, 15 min.
Director: Fabian Altenried

AFTER DAWN / PASSÉE L'AUBE
Belgium, 2016, 24 min.
Director: Nicolas Graux

ARTIFICIAL SUNSHINE
United Kingdom, 2016, Colour, 18 min.
Director: Conor Rollins

THE BROTHER / LE FRÈRE
France, 2016, 9 min.
Director: Léa Triboulet

THE BURDEN / MIN BÖRDA
Sweden, 2017, 14 min.
Director: Niki Lindroth von Bahr

CONSEIL D'ETAT 
Belgium, 2016, 8 min.
Director: Fanny Zaman

THE HOSTEL / DIE HERBERGE
Germany, 2017, 15 min.
Director: Ulu Braun

MARTIN CRIES / MARTIN PLEURE 
France, 2017, 16 min.
Director: Jonathan Vinel

MERYEM
Netherlands, 2017, 15 min.
Director: Reber Dosky

MISS HOLOCAUST
Poland, Germany, 2017, 22 min.
Director: Michalina Musielak, Irena Siedlar (Co-Director)

POLONAISE / POLONEZ
Poland, 2016, 16 min.
Director: Agnieszka Elbanowska

TITAN
Germany, 2017, 25 min.
Director: Johannes Frese

Special Screening

QUALITY TIME
Netherlands, Norway, 2017, 85 min.
Director: Daan Bakker

 
European Shorts