Munich International Short Film Festival

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MUNICH INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILM FESTIVAL: Short-film buffs have a good excuse to visit Munich in June. This festival, known as KALIBER35, throws emerging film-making talent into the spotlight.
Non-German language films under 15min spanning documentary, fiction, animation and experimentation are shown.

Anything goes

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EXPERIMENTAL: A scene from Dorte Wogh's short film The Pig.
There’s a focus on learning and experimentation in film and there are workshops and “master classes” to accompany the screenings.
The festival website charmingly claims “everything which is not forbidden is allowed”.

Danish director Dorte Wogh won the competition with a flick titled “The Pig” a few years ago.

The plot followed a lonely old man in hospital adopting a picture of a pig as his guardian angel, bringing him into conflict and discussion with the guy in the next bed - a Pakistani Muslim.
Festival organisers are offering free accommodation in Munich to film-making participants. Submissions are open from around the world and if the films aren’t in English they need to at least have English subtitles.

The Details of the KALIBER35 Munich International Short Film Festival

Next on: June 18 - 24, 2015
Location and directions: Karlsplatz 5
Screenings are at the Gloria Film Palast am Stachus in Munich’s centre.
To get there take any S-Bahn to Karlsplatz-Stachus.
Website: www.kaliber35.de
Tickets and costs: Tickets Season tickets to all shows are available for €35 through the official website 
The ticket hotline number is 049 089 515 651. 
You can buy also buy tickets for separate screenings at the Gloria Film Palast.
Contact: You can contact the event organisers, Muenchener Filmwerkstatt, by phone 089 90 54 21 84 or by email mail@muc-intl.de . The U.S. representative Derek Horne is available by phone +1 714 744 7931 or email dhorne@chapman.edu


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