Once again a fabulous evening of MIFF Shorts will be screening this summer at the Ford Fiesta Moonlight Cinema on Sunday 10 January 2010.
The MIFF Shorts program includes (Running time 99 mins):
The Cat Piano
In a city of singing cats, a lonely beat poet falls for a beautiful siren. When a mysterious dark figure emerges, kidnapping the town’s singers for his twisted musical plans, the poet must save his muse and put an end to a nefarious symphony that threatens to destroy the city.
Instead of Abracadabra
UP-CLOSE GOTHIC DEATH AND MAYHEM! Can the Napoleon Dynamite of the magic world save the day and win the girl?
The Six Dollar Fifty Man
To deal with bullies, eight-year-old Andy must leave behind his superpowers and face the music on his own. Received a special distinction award at Cannes Film Festival 09.
In this absurd and grotesque universe, ritualistic gastronomic carnage leaves gluttonous banquet guests with only one place left to go. Winner of City of Melbourne Grand Prix for Best Short Film at MIFF 2009!
Lars and Peter
Lars just wants his family to be happy, but with his mother gone and his father grieving he feels more alone than ever.
One Of Those Days
About your application – there was just one little thing…
A quirky scientist in a sperm bank is in love with the nurse at the fertility clinic, but she doesn't even know he exists. In this tale of unrequited love, he takes some crazy steps just to prove his heart. [The Banker] is ex-pat Hattie Dalton's BAFTA-Award winning first short.
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