DO NOTHIN’ TILL YOU HEAR FROM ME Director: Pernilla Hindsefelt and Jonas Dahlbeck Country: Sweden Running Time: 5′ It is night time and we are in a restaurant. A sensual violin awakens and a trumpet and a sax try to seduce him.
JÄÄKARHU SOITTI KERRAN AFRIKKAAN Director: Ismo Virtanen and Mariko Härkönen Country: Finland Running Time: 4′ A polar bear makes a phone call to an African gorilla. They decide to go into business: some bananas are sent to Greenland in exchange for an igloo in Africa. The postal service does the transporting.
TORO DE NUIT Director: Philippe Archer Country: France Running Time: 6′ In the moonlight a young bull-fighter leaves his sleeping village to fight the “bull”.
SIENTJE Director: Christa Moesker Country: Holland Running Time: 5′ A little giri is angry after a discussion with her parents.
LE CYCLOPE DE LA MER Director: Philippe Jullen Country: France Running Time: 13′ Ro is a Cyclops and he is the guardian of the lighthouse. He creates a colony of wooden creatures, puppets to which he gives voice and movement. He does this to make time pass and be less lonely. His life goes on...
A DEVIL IN THE CLOSET Director: Lars Berg Script: Birgit Semb Christophersen Photography: Gaute Gunnari Editing: Sophie Hesselberg Music: Sverre Indris Joner Cast: Marie Tandberg Bø, Elias Holmen, Sebastian Kvalvag, Jesper Magerøy, Ada Strøm Production: Christian Wlldhagen Running Time: 10’ Year: 2000 Country: Norway Best short film Berlinale 2000 A soft horror film for children...
CHET’S ROMANCE Director: Bertrand Fevre Country: France Running Time: 9′ It’s also a tribute to the American jazz musician Chet Baker.
P(L)AIN TRUTH Director: Ilpo Pohjola Country: Finland Running Time: 15′ A “symbolic documentary”, which tells the story of a transexual and visually describes her /his emotions during the transformation from a biological woman into a biological man. It moves somewhere between the realms of memory, fiction and reality.
THRU THE WIRE Director: Aki Kaurismaki Country: Finland Running Time: 5′ Nicky escapes from prison somewhere between Alabama and Utah sometime in the future. He looks for his giri in the bars and hotels. Ali he can see in his new freedom is that no one cares for the future of the human culture.
FLAMMA FLAMMA Director: Jan Bultheel Country: Belgium Running Time: 7′ The beauty of the music, its dramatic and emotional dynamics were the first and strongest motive in producing this film.