Berli­nale short film col­lec­tion to be screened in Haø Noäi

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HAØ NOÄI — A col­lec­tion of 10 short movies in the se­ries Berli­nale Shorts Go

Abroad from the Ber­lin In­ter­na­tional Film Fes­ti­val will be pre­sented in Haø Noäi next week.

Ac­cord­ing to cu­ra­tor of the shorts, Maike Mia Hohne, the se­ries present un­com­pro­mis­ing films, which take an undis­guised look at the present.

The short movies deal with cur­rent topics, rang­ing from sur­real to real, from mar­vel­lous to cruel. They dis­cuss a world which changes dra­mat­i­cally and en­dan­gers na­ture. A high­light of the screen­ing will be the

Three Stones for Jean Ginet, which is about de­sire, prom­ises, and friend­ship. The seven-minute pro­duc­tion by Ger­many’s Frieder Sch­laich won the high­est prize at this year’s fes­ti­val.

Other movies to be pre­sented in­clude Marc Ja­cobs by Sam de Jong from the Nether­lands, Sym­phony No. 42 by Reka Bucsi from Hun­gary, Birds by Ulu Braun from Ger­many, A Par­adise by Jay­isha Pa­tel from Cuba.

The movies will be shown in orig­i­nal lan­guage with Viet­namese and English sub­ti­tles, on Au­gust 8-9 at 7pm at the Goethe In­sti­tute Haø Noäi, 56-58 Nguyeãn Thaùi Hoïc Street. En­trance is free. —

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