IFFH | 12 november | Block 8 IFFH Shorts!
This is a compelling film block that comprises five diverse and thought-provoking short films, each delving into a range of personal and social topics, with a particular emphasis on the complexities of human relationships
12.45 – 14.05 | Block 8 | IFFH Shorts!
This is a compelling film block that comprises five diverse and thought-provoking short films, each delving into a range of personal and social topics, with a particular emphasis on the complexities of human relationships. This captivating collection of films offers a multifaceted exploration of the human experience, providing audiences with insight, empathy, and reflection on the interconnectedness of our lives.
The Hunt [France; 22 min]
Director: Yann Reuzeau
15 years have passed since that violent night, and Xavier’s life is now idyllic.
But today, Boris is being released from prison, causing the mysterious events of that night to come rushing back to haunt Xavier. He decides to find and confront this man who was his friend in hopes of finding out the truth about that night and the nightmarish crime on which his current happiness was built.
Goose [Republic of Korea; 2 min]
Director: Jieun Park
Suzie believed that returning to her community will make herself a true being. This is a story mesmerized by commercial-look visual and satire script motif of The Ugly Duckling and gireogi family.
Slaps [USA; 1.5 min]
Director: Angela Chen
The mysteries of love and relationships boiled down to 90 seconds.
I, Adonis [The Netherlands; 15 min]
Director: Angelo Raaijmakers
Nicky’s world revolves around fitness, with the goal of getting bigger and stronger. But when hidden childhood memories emerge, Nicky starts losing control and his body obsession sets off in an unhealthy direction.
LOS [The Netherlands; 22 min]
Director: Karlijn Koel
Lena’s estranged brother doubts her ability to carry on their mother’s legacy as the Toothfairy, forcing Lena to choose between her comfortable life or reconnecting with her brother by taking on this magical responsibility.
Q & A with filmmakers
Note: Show times, screening or sequence of films may change at IFFH management’s discretion for technical or unforeseeable circumstances