Includes short films from Nadav Lapid, Amit Dutta and Jennifer Reeder.


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The 65th Berlin International Film Festival (Feb 5-15) has unveiled its line-up of shorts, comprising 27 films from 18 countries.

The titles will compete for a Golden and a Silver Bear, as well as the nomination for best short film at the European Film Awards and the first-ever €20,000 Audio Short Film Award.

This year’s members of the International Short Film Jury are documentary filmmaker and curator Madhusree Dutta from India, Turkish artist Halil Altındere, and producer and festival director Wahyuni A. Hadi from Singapore.

Screening in competition are the latest works of Nadav Lapid, Amit Dutta, Jennifer Reeder, Matt Porterfield, artist duos Daniel Schmidt & Alexander Carver, Mischa Leinkauf & Matthias Wermke in collaboration with Lutz Henke, Billy Roisz & Dieter Kovačič, among others.

A special programme, titled The Golden Night of the Short Bears, with a selection of films from 60 years of shorts at the Berlinale will be held at the Zoo Palast on Feb 14.

Berlinale Shorts 2015

Architektura, Ulu Braun, Germany, 15’ (WP)

Bad at Dancing, Joanna Arnow, USA, 11’ (WP)

Blood below the Skin, Jennifer Reeder, USA, 32’ (WP)

Chitrashala (House of Painting), Amit Dutta, India, 19’ (WP)

Däwit (Daewit), David Jansen, Germany, 15’ (WP)

Dissonance, Till Nowak, Germany, 17’ (WP)

Hosanna, Na Young-kil, South Korea, 25’ (DP)

La Isla está Encantada con Ustedes (The Island is Enchanted with You), Alexander Carver & Daniel Schmidt, USA / Switzerland / Australia, 28’ (IP)

El Juego del Escondite (Hide & Seek), David Muñoz, Spain, 23’ (WP)

Kamakshi, Satindar Singh Bedi, India, 25’ (WP)

Lama? (Why?), Nadav Lapid, Israel, 5’ (IP)

Lembusura, Wregas Bhanuteja, Indonesia, 10’ (IP)

Lo Sum Choe Sum (3 Year 3 Month Retreat), Dechen Roder, Bhutan, 20’ (WP)

maku (veil), Yoriko Mizushiri, Japan, 6’ (WP)
The Mad Half Hour, Leonardo Brzezicki, Argentina, 22’ (WP)

Mar de fogo (Sea of Fire), Joel Pizzini, Brazil, 8’ (WP)

Of Stains, Scrap & Tires, Sebastian Brameshuber, Austria / France, 19’ (IP)

Pebbles at Your Door, Vibeke Bryld, Denmark, 18’ (WP)

Planet Ʃ, Momoko Seto, France, 12’ (WP)

San Cristóbal, Omar Zúñiga Hidalgo, Chile, 29’ (WP)

Shadowland, John Skoog, Sweden, 15’ (IP)

Snapshot Mon Amour, Christian Bau, Germany, 6’ (WP)

Superior, Erin Vassilopoulos, USA, 16’ (IP)

Symbolic Threats, Mischa Leinkauf, Matthias Wermke & Lutz Henke , Germany, 16’ (WP)

Take What You Can Carry, Matt Porterfield, USA / Germany, 30’ (WP)

The, Billy Roisz & Dieter Kovačič, Austria, 13’ (WP)

Yúyú, Marc Johnson, France / Spain / USA, 15’ (WP)