Foreign films will be shown over the first two nights, including Denmark’s Oscar-nominated “On my mind” by Martin Strange-Hansen, “Silence” by 2018 PSFF winner TJ O’Grady-Peyton, and “Pops” by 2017 PSFF winner Lewis Rose.
Domestic shorts include Andrija Tomić’s “Bulky Waste”, Marko Šantić’s “Marko”, Filip Antonio Lizatović’s “Carpe Diem”, which won the best Croatian short at the recent Mediterranean Film Festival Split, and Marko Dugonjić’s “A Moving Target”.
Films vying for the audience award include “Friends” by Andrey Svetlov and “The Silence Echo” by Suman Sen, which won the best short at the Raindance Film Festival.
The Midnight Shorts programme will feature the Brazilian “Sideral” and “SOS Cine” by French director Laurent Firode, among others.
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