(100 min) – 11/5/2016 – 12:20pm


A Sunny Day

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Showing on 11/05/2016 at 12:20
Director: Timo Behnke
Rating: NR
Running Time: 9:10 minutes
Country: Germany
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Synopsis: PART OF THE HUMAN CONDITION SHORTS (100 min) Directed by Timo Behnke. After an intense shopping day, a mother of two children comes back with a new toy. The father shows no interest. The children might be more impressed. Germany, Narrative Short, 9 minutes.

Age Of Kaos

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Showing on 11/05/2016 at 12:20
Director: Tim Larson
Rating: NR
Running Time: 24:39 minutes
Country: USA
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Synopsis: PART OF HUMAN CONDITIONS SHORTS (100 min.) Directed by Tim Larson, Age of Kaos is an exploration into the nature of reality and perception. When a young nurse finds herself caring for a famous comic book writer with dementia, she struggles to find a way to help him escape the terror and loneliness of a world that only he can see. USA, Narrative Short, 25 min.

Figs For Italo

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Showing on 11/05/2016 at 12:20
Director: Bob Celli
Rating: PG
Running Time: 18:48 minutes
Country: USA
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Synopsis: PART OF THE HUMAN CONDITION SHORTS (100 min) Directed by Bob Celli, Figs For Italo is inspired by true events. A question from a journalist transports Dora to a day in her past during WWII in her small hometown in Italy. She is eager to help her older brother, Italo, prepare for an important exam. Meanwhile, just a few miles away, the war is about to change their lives forever. USA, Narrative Short, 19 minutes.

Incomplete (Incomplets)

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Showing on 11/05/2016 at 12:20
Director: Mickaël Schapira Villain
Rating: NR
Running Time: 12 minutes
Country: France
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Synopsis: PART OF THE HUMAN CONDITION SHORTS (100 min) Directed by Mickaël Schapira Villain; an old man, almost deaf, observes hospital patients. A pain-insensitive boy feels like a superhero. A young lad into a coma is surrounded by his owns. A nurse, who lost all sense of smell, treats wounded soldiers. And a father-to-be is scared to pass down his mutism to his baby. Five stories in one film, five characters facing their disabilities. France, Narrative Short, 12 min.

Promissum

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Showing on 11/05/2016 at 12:20
Director: Svere Grablomst Galgum
Rating: NR
Running Time: 5:45 minutes
Country: Norway

Synopsis: PART OF THE HUMAN CONDITION (100 min) Directed by Sverre Gråblomst Galgum, an aging couple travels with an old ferry. She has developed Alzheimer, and they have a deal that he will stage an accident on the ferry when her mind has left her for good. But will he keep his promise? Norway, Narrative Short, 5:45 minutes.

Ring, The

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Showing on 11/05/2016 at 12:20
Director: Shikha Varma
Rating: G
Running Time: 2:59 minutes
Country: Bahrain

Synopsis: PART OF THE HUMAN CONDITION SHORTS (89 min) Directed by Shikha Varma, Nandini gets tempted by the aroma of food coming from a house. She peeps in and her world changes. The homemaker becomes very fond of the orphan girl. She gets warmth and affection until one day, her kind mother-figure misplaces her ring. Can Nandini be so ungrateful? “The Ring” unfolds… Bahrain, Narrative short, 3 minutes.

Valery’s Suitcase

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Showing on 11/05/2016 at 12:20
Director: Arshad Khan
Rating: PG
Running Time: 14 minutes
Country: Canada
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Synopsis: PART OF THE HUMAN CONDITION SHORTS (100 min) Directed by Arshad Khan, Ali Momen (Beeba Boys) stars as Navid in this quirky romantic comedy about a brown boy looking for love in all the wrong places in a small Canadian countryside village. Canada, Narrative Short, 14 minutes.

Viktor

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Showing on 11/05/2016 at 12:20
Director: Ann Prim
Rating: NR
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Country: USA
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Synopsis: PART OF THE HUMAN CONDITION SHORTS (100 min) Directed by Ann Prim, young Viktor escapes his parent’s world with the help of his grandmother. She allows Viktor to discover who he truly might be. USA, Narrative Short, 11 minutes.